Sunday, April 23, 2006

Memoirs of a Wedding

We spoke with Sylvia and James tonight, our darling bride and groom who married on March 25 and just returned from their honeymoon in Bora Bora. We’re so excited!

They loved the Vignette and have played it on the 'BridePod' we sent them over 100 times within the first few days. They said they thought the movie trailer we produced was better than most movie trailers they see in the theaters because even if people don't know them, they will want to find out how the story ends. Here is their Vignette:

Life really must be like a movie…there are over 500 people on alone who have said their lives are like a movie. Hopefully, their movies are light comedies or romances, and not science fiction or horror flicks.

Thursday, April 20, 2006

Life Is Sweet

Life Is Like a Movie will be a commentary of the people we meet, the places we go, and the things that happen to us that inspire us to think, "It doesn't get any better than this. My life is like a movie!"

Together with my darling husband Chuck, we own and operate a cinematography company. Every time we serve a great client or receive some recognition for our efforts, we're in a life-is-like-a-movie moment. These moments happen with moderate frequency since we film weddings, which are happy events.

We're excited because we just fedex'ed a new video iPod with a movie trailer to a fabulous couple in Boston, Sylvia and James, of their March 25 wedding. They should receive it today. We can hardly wait to hear their comments. Hopefully, life will be like a movie to them in a few hours.

Chuck and I are also so thrilled that Daily Candy mentioned us in their April 18 column. Who knew the power of the press? We had 10x more visitors to our website than usual and the phone was ringing all day. We had requests to film weddings as far away as Greece, and as near as an exclusive private estate in Napa. And all that from just a word from the fabulous Ashley McAdams, editor of the San Francisco Daily Candy. Thank you Ashley! And thanks for the other 364 columns you and your team write throughout the year. You always seem to find the 'next best thing'.