Meet Justin S.
Hometown: Farmingdale, NJ
Staff Wedding Videographer
Staff Wedding Video Editor
Shooting and Editing Professionally Since 2010
BA in Film & Television
BA in Spanish
Has filmed award winning movies and music videos that are currently airing around the world in countries such as India and Australia.
Why I Love Weddings:
There is nothing more rewarding than creating a film that will make a couple smile not only the day after the ceremony, but 50 years later. It is a privilege to turn a breathtaking day into a timeless memory. Weddings are incredibly enjoyable moments, and I believe fun is always the key to an amazing video.
A Little Bit About Myself:
Growing up in a small town encouraged me to take enjoyment in simple pleasures, and throughout my college and professional career I have learned to translate this into film. I take the time not only to focus on the big picture, but to bring out all of the subtle details that make your special day so unique. I have always enjoyed meeting new people, and believe all clients should be treated as friends.
Most Memorable Wedding Moment:
I recently filmed a good friend’s wedding at a hotel in central New Jersey. The bride read a beautiful vow which swept everyone off of their feet. As I focused on the groom afterwards, it seemed he had been completely mesmerized by her. He shed a tear. It’s hard to describe, but to capture that moment was absolutely amazing. I hope they will watch it in the years to come, and be just as overwhelmed with joy and love.
How I Incorporate Music:
Music is almost always the key element in creating a video; it acts as a guide, sets the tone and evokes emotion. I will happily take any requests and make sure that they not only fit, but play an influential role in the final film’s charm.
Volleyball, Soccer, Playing Guitar, Watching far too many movies
Graduated Magna Cum from The College of New Jersey with a BA in Film & TV and a BA in Spanish
Professional Certifications Relating to Videography:
Cinematographer for award winning films The Ground Keeper, Broken Days, and Appolonia. Appolonia is currently being used in Asia to teach students about film making techniques.
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