When Nick called to book our services it was a great feeling for me as a videographer and editor. This was not the usual inquiry about services and deliverables, it was more complimentary, as he proceeded to tell me that he had seen our work and it was what he was looking for. Not a “run & gun” style but more of a storytelling approach that was thorough but unobtrusive.
On a beautiful day in July we traveled to Akron, NY and spent the day with Gail & Greg and their family and friends. It is always nice when everything from getting ready thru the final dance take place at one location. Add friendly helpful staff and lively guests, and we had the formula for a great time. Their ceremony and reception took place outside with the dinner inside at The Timberlodge at Arrowhead Golf Course.
More than a year after their wedding we received this review from Rebecca and Dan. It warms our hearts to read their comments about how we told their story.
“If you are looking for a wedding videographer who feels like part of the family and captures those special moments, but produces a professional, high quality, beautiful product, Duprey Video will surpass those expectations.
Although it is our job to capture the “moments” that occur, it is also our job to be as invisible as possible and not be a distraction during these special moments. I’ve often been told that once I’ve chosen my position in the Church to please stay put, no running around during the ceremony especially during the vows! So I have put together this short example of the same vows sequence using one, two & three cameras. The three clips are separated by two seconds of black.
Meredith & Adam chose to see each other before bridal party photos and their Wedding Ceremony. The location was in the vineyard at the beautiful Heron Hill Winery on Keuka Lake in upstate New York. We were there to get quick comment from Adam and then capture their “First Look”.
We enjoyed filming Holly & John’s wedding day!
Their Ceremony was held at Saint Michael’s Roman Catholic Church in Newark NY. It was a full Mass supported by a wedding party of seven Bridesmaids, seven Groomsmen and included two Flower Girls and two Ring Bearers. Considering the solemn tradition that made this so beautiful, we had no any idea what a fun loving DANCING group this would turn out to be.
Our first contact with Melissa & Val:
“We are looking for someone to document our joyful, relaxed, inter-cultural wedding in Rochester on September 7th. Please let us know of your availability. Thank You. Melissa & Valery”
Here is a short video to give you a feel for the beauty of the day.
I was contacted by Mike and we discussed the making of a “proposal video” that he wanted to surprise his girlfriend Katie with. He had a pretty good idea of what he wanted to accomplish and I had some ideas to contribute regarding video taping and final presentation of the surprise.
What a great honor! Congratulations to Executive Director Kevin Smith, Steve Chartrand, Director of Development, Anne Ventura, and all at Seneca Cayuga ARC who participated and made this production possible. We enjoyed working with all of you and appreciate the work that you do every day, improving the lives of those with disabilities. http://vimeo.com/dupreyvideo/seneca-cayuga-arc
A Duprey Video Production has been nominated for the “Promotional Video of the Year” Award for a video created for the Seneca Cayuga ARC. Viewers can visit the NYSARC webpage to vote for the “Video of the Year”.