Filmed inconspicuously and almost entirely handheld, your wedding highlight film will not be run-of-the-mill. There are no rolling tripods on the dance floor, there is no light show, and there are not three people running around your ceremony capturing thirty angles.

I shoot the entire weekend, because that's what you want to remember, right?  It should feel like one of your best friends or family members is filming.

Most importantly is the music. No stock audio tracks here, only songs by artists who are temporally relevant, on-the-rise, and whose narrative and musical structure corresponds with the energy of the accompanying visual. I specialize in rehearsal evenings, the preparations and wedding day. Then, I get right there with you on the dance floor until the end, and will wake up to capture "the morning after" brunch with you, as you hug goodbye to your nearest and dearest.

Please enjoy the films below, and if your unique, quirky, or outdoor wedding seems to fit, I'd love to know.

[The password to the SARDEGNA, ITALY film is sardegna.]

Some folks say that if you're going to spend money on something at a wedding, it should be the photography. But take it from someone who attends a lot of weddings, the biggest regret I've heard from a couple is that they wish they hired a videographer. Isn't that crazy?! Without doubt, you will look at these photos for years to come.

So I want to make sure that if you want photos and videos for years to come, it should hold up in an ever-changing technological world. If you're going to watch on your AppleTV, I will include that in the end product. I will burn a set of DVD's to send to your parents and grandparents. You will have a web-ready version of the highlight film.

To read reviews on Yelp, click the image below, or the link here: Chris Battaglia Wedding Films on Yelp.

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Photo by Bryce Eriksen, 2012

Photo by Bryce Eriksen, 2012