I had so much fun working with this couple! Ken and Niressa are both such beautiful people, inside and out. Their wedding was so romantic with all of the diy details done mostly by Niressa. If you love peacock wedding details you can see their wedding HERE. We captured their wedding through photography and videography. I love how Phil, of LIVE+LOVE PRODUCTIONS really captured their “first look.” There was some really special moments that he captured on film and am so pleased to share them with you. Enjoy.
As many of you know, the winter months are not always the busiest of seasons for wedding videographers (if only we lived in South America!). It’s a season to sit back and relax, and then to work hard in preparation for the season to come. We are getting so amped up for the Boston wedding season of 2012 and are so excited to work with some fabulous clients. Although the winter months offer some down time, we have been able to get involved with other things to keep our hearts and minds busy. We here at Live + Love Productions believe that giving back is better than receiving, which is why our videographer, Phil, decided to take a trip to El Salvador. He couldn’t keep his camera down the entire time and came back with one of the most inspirational films I have watched in a long time. Here’s his words about the trip:
“This world is so full of good stories! We participated in and captured one unfold in El Salvador and are pumped to show you some footage. ENLACE is a non profit that helps churches in El Salvador focus less on themselves and more on their community. Over a 10-year period, ENLACE trains and coaches church leaders to work with their communities to develop sustainable health, infrastructure and community economic development projects. ENLACE currently works with more than 50 local churches impacting the daily lives of nearly 50,000 people. ENLACE’s vision is to see 100 churches transform the spiritual and physical lives of 250,000 people in El Salvador by 2015.
Our team was able to build two houses in one week. The first house was for a man who had suffered from a stroke 18 years ago (he is now 58) and has been homeless ever since. The second was for a single mom with two kids who was also homeless. Neither of the benefactors were church members, but were both identified with a partnership between the local church and town committee to be the most in need of housing. Both the church and community as a whole committed resources and man power to build the homes.
After churches establish partnerships among the community, ENLACE helps them also build partnerships with outside help from the states to aid in getting resources into the community. Our church will take three trips a year to help with projects that have been agreed upon by the church and local government.”
Anyway, we hope you enjoy.
Again, I was thoroughly entertained by the students of Boston University School of Law. I was invited by the Journal of Science and Technology Law (JOSTL) to record their annual dinner at Maggiano’s Little Italy, and what an evening it was! I was pleased to have the photo booth up and running because this group really knew how to rock it! Enjoy this short but sweet stop motion film.