This weeks Vendor Shout Out goes to…. Shattered Glass Productions!!! Shattered Glass Productions has been providing film production service since February of 2011. Shattered Glass Productions has been in the wedding industry for six years. With the ability to tell stories through video, Shattered Glass Productions allows their clients to do just that. They believe that wedding videos should not be something that is looked over in the wedding planning process. Instead, Shattered Glass thinks Brides should consider that the video is not just for watching but for hearing the words said by their loved ones and the vows shared on their special day.
We talked with Shattered Glass Productions and here is what they had to say!
How did Shattered Glass Productions get started?
Shattered Glass Productions officially became a business in February of 2011.
How long have you been in the industry?
We’ve been a business for almost 4 years, but have been doing weddings closer to 6 years.
What is your favorite part of working with weddings?
Our favorite aspect of filming weddings is finding a way to make it look more cinematic through creative camera angles.
How big is your team?
Nicco and myself are the partners of the company, but we employ up to 3 videographers for shoots and 1 or 2 editors depending on the length and complexity of the video.
How does Shattered Glass stand out against other photographers and videographers?
As filmmakers, we try to make our videos stand out by layering music and moving images to give the sense of a story being told on film.
How would you describe the style of the photos and videos that you produce?
Our shooting style tends to have a dramatic flare to it, so that we accurately reflect the dramatic relevance of the moments we are capturing.
What is the most important thing for couples to know when it comes to their wedding photos and videos?
We think it is important for couples to consider a wedding video essential as it not only allows you to relive all the moments visually, but also to hear the words spoken during vows and toasts.
Have you noticed any trends that couples are asking for when it comes to their wedding photos and video?
A couple trends we’ve noticed lately have been the bride and groom holding hands around a corner before seeing each other for the first time at the ceremony. Another has been that the bride and groom will sometimes write letters for each other to read in their dressing rooms prior to the ceremony.
Introducing Nico and Caleb