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Bina and Derek’s wedding was a beautiful mixture of both Chinese and Korean cultures, that included a tea ceremony and a lion dance at the reception. The dance was absolutely mesmerizing. It felt so life-like, just like two animated playful giant puppies. They had their eyes blinking and ears moving. I also love their vows, they prepared for each other. Nothing impersonal or phony, but short, genuine and straight out of heart. Bina even had a little book that said vows on the cover.

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Unbelievable Hindu 2 day wedding celebration of Viraj and Rishi. Day 1 was greeting of families, dancing and choreographed performances of family and friends. Day 2 started with wedding preps and Baraat. The forecast keep saying it’s going to rain, but it just miraculously held off until the ceremony was over. It was a visual feast of colors; reds, gold, greens everywhere you look. The evening reception was no less stunning, packed with choreographed dances, drummer, and glow-stick partying. Just a perfect party.

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Our last wedding of the year ended up in NYC, downtown Manhattan. The ceremony and reception were at the Lighthouse at the Chelsea Piers. Jen was getting ready at the Dream hotel, with an amazing view of the Empire State building. They even had a hot tub on the balcony, where the girls decided to take a dip for a picture. In November in 45 degrees, crazy. The ceremony was officiated by their friend and the ending had these confetti poppers that were perfectly timed with the kiss. So awesome. And watch the video for the reception decor, simply stunning.

place: The Lighthouse at the Chelsea Piers
photo: Brian Hatton Photography
band: Dylan Matthews Band – Hank Lane
florist: Atlas Floral Decorators
planner: Details by Gina

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  • Andrew - December 17, 2014 - 12:42 pm

    WOW! This video is simply stunning! Crazy high quality in colors and resolution, nice steadicam mooves, how you people do it?ReplyCancel

  • Kamerzysta lublin - February 23, 2015 - 11:47 am

    I really enjoy your work!ReplyCancel

A very rainy Long Island wedding day. It prevented us from doing any kind of shots outside. However we’ve got beautiful shots inside of the tent. There were these Christmas lights wrapped around the tent poles, that created a beautiful soft light.
Diana and Evan used a decorated classic Marathon car to arrive and leave the church. So much cooler than a limo. And we always love when the wedding ends with sparklers. We recorder that shot in slow mo, and it turned out fantastic.

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I might have to explain the picture of the road on the top. When Maureen called us to do her wedding, she said that the route 30A, a famous scenic road in Florida Panhandle, made her decide to get married over there. We now understand why. We came a day early to Panama City Beach just to take a ride along the road and record some footage. It’s truly amazing. We really enjoyed our trip to Florida, even though it was like 95F and 100% humidity. Panama City has the worlds most beautiful beaches, the sand is like sugar. And as we found out, it is the capital of spring break. Luckily not at the end of July. I also love those southern trees, that are so low to the ground and covered with moss. Just like the tree on the cover of this film.
Maureen was wearing traditional Filipino wedding dress, and John wore a Filipino Shirt. They met in Philippines and got married few years back, however they didn’t really have a big wedding celebration. So they got remarried this summer at the St. John’s church and the celebration was at the Shark Tooth Golf Club. We are so glad they asked us to fly over to capture this beautiful event.

Photogrpaher: Kiersten Grand Photography
Venue: Shark Tooth Golf Club
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