Morgan + Scott’s Atlantic City Wedding at One Atlantic was quite extraordinary, not only because they have such a long and storied history as a couple, but also because it snowed… on the beach… in April. Everyone remained warm indoors while remarking over the rare, yet beautiful, storm raging outside.
As you’ll see in their Highlight, the snowflakes & surf made for some captivating visuals.
Morgan + Scott were married by their childhood friend (and friend of Be Films), Sarah Croce. We also had the pleasure of collaborating with the Eddie Bruce Orchestra, Manic Botanic and Jason Diliberto Photography.
Happy New Year! We took a break from blogging to spend the holidays with the newest addition to the Be Films crew, our son, Luca. This time of year we receive many inquiries from newly engaged couples, and those on the hunt for a videographer as a last minute addition to their vendor list. If you fall into one of those categories, you’re in luck! Today we’re back to blogging with a behind the scenes look at our creative process, courtesy of Isabel March Photography.
Nicole and Andrew had a beautiful wedding at Lambertville Station, located just outside Princeton, New Jersey. We were privileged to collaborate with Isabel for this special couple, and thanks to her, we’re able to share a few photos from the wedding showing Anthony + Jeff hard at work:
As with Nicole + Andrew’s wedding, our goal is to collaborate with the photographers at every event so that our couples receive the best possible outcome – gorgeous photos and films that they will treasure forever. Whether it’s that goal, our minimalist approach, unobtrusive style, or artistic contributions, we’ve been fortunate to win over many photographers (many of whom have had poor experiences with others in our industry). Curious about our creative process, our gear or anything wedding cinema related? Use our contact form to learn more, but not before watching Nicole + Andrew’s Highlight: