In a world where our lives are filled with endless distractions and fleeting experiences, it’s the intentional moments that truly matter. It’s those stolen glances between loved ones, the feelings that escape from the depths of our souls, and the stories seamlessly woven into the fabric of our lives that hold the most significance. As a videographer, my goal is to capture these moments, to capture time and encapsulate the wealth of emotions that make us who we are. And this is one thing that was important to Nora and Rex on their wedding day.
Videography, at its core, is a form of storytelling. It’s the art of capturing just the right moments that can speak volumes; a single clip in time that encapsulates the essence of a person, a relationship, or an event. It’s like a documentary, where every piece becomes a chapter in a larger narrative, carefully unfolding to reveal the intricacies of our lives.
From the moment you step through its doors, you can sense the history and love that permeates Morgan’s on Fulton in Chicago, IL. It’s a place where families come together to celebrate life’s milestones and create lasting memories. The worn wooden floors bear witness to countless dances, laughter, and tears shed in both joy and sorrow.
Nora and Rex. Married. Stolen glances. Giddy moments of excitement. All of the little things that make wedding days worth having and life worth living.
And it was all witnessed on Super 8 film.
See more of their marriage below. Interested in creating a Super 8 film of your event? Reach out, and let’s show you the magic of your own life.