Friday, 25 September 2009

Pacific Northwest: now open for business!

Announcing our new addition to the Hello family, Ms. Wanna Camcam. Hailing from Portland, Oregon, Wanna is a wonderful cinematographer with a keen eye. Having worked as a camera assistant on feature films under some of the great cinematographers of our day (Roger Deakins and Darius Khondji, anyone?) she is a self-proclaimed "camera nerd" and really knows her stuff. We are ecstatic to have her as part of our team and are thrilled to offer our services to those of you on the left coast.

So if you're located in the PNW, Wanna will come to you and film your wedding or family event. We will give your footage the special editing love back at headquarters in NYC and ship your final DVDs back to you. YAY!!

Wednesday, 23 September 2009

Vendor Spotlight: Angela Cappetta

Tatiana and I had the absolute pleasure of working with one of the most talented photographer's in NYC last month, Angela Cappetta. She was so much fun to work with and was true to my heart because she shot with real film too (on vintage cameras no less)! We were a little dream team, referring to ourselves as the "art department" for the day.

The groom from the wedding summed it up best by saying: "It felt like you were our oldest friends at the wedding."

Her photography is so unique... she has a truly artistic vision and is by no means your run of the mill wedding photographer. She's got an incredible eye and amazing energy to boot! I can't wait until we can do it again!!


We have officially launched our family films division today and want everyone to check it out. It has some new samples including a family film reel, a pregnancy and birth film, a celebrations film and a day in the life film... all great momentos of your family history!

Please click here to check it out and let us know what you think!

Friday, 4 September 2009


We just filmed the most fantastic wedding last weekend at one of my most favorite places in the whole world... Coney Island. There is something magical about that place. It makes me completely giddy. From the thrills of the Cyclone and Wonder Wheel to the old carnies and bizarre patrons, the place just fascinates me. And let me tell you, it was an incredible backdrop for some sweet wedding shots.

(these photos taken a few years back)

I'm DYING to get the footage back. The worst part about this job is the wait. You can see how it will all look in your mind's eye but really have no clue until you get that little mini-DV back from the lab and get to watch it for the first time. It's kinda like Christmas. You have no idea what's inside the package but when you see if for the first time, your eyes light up. Such a fun feeling.

In the meantime, Tatiana and I will be heading to London for a shoot for 10 days. It'll be great to see all my old pals while working on a cool production. We're excited!

Then it's back home for a wedding we're looking forward to in Connecticut. I'm hoping for some fall foliage to appear by that time. Will make for some gorgeous shots. Until next time...
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