Emma’s attention to detail is remarkable, which is a huge strength on many different levels:
1. Learning what her couples find most important through the pre-wedding consultation, and then being conscious of those moments from filming the wedding to delivering the final film.
2. Shooting alongside Shae and Raj since 2016 on weddings with A Love Story and corporate projects with Orange Fountain, she absorbs techniques and approaches to filmmaking quickly and immediately implements them into her shooting.
“I began creating “films” as a child where I would draw frame by frame stories of adventure, princes and princesses, love and marriage.
From behind my old television set I would narrate the story as I reeled the pages up over the screen for my audience (often line up of stuffed animals).
This form of story telling evolved over the years into a hobby of capturing my own memories via scrapbooking and eventually turning my passion for creating into a dream career.”
“I feel very lucky to be able to call this my job, capturing moments of people surrounded by love is pretty is awesome.
Throughout the years, and specifically after my Dad passed away, my attention shifted from focusing heavily on the couple to capturing the relationships that surround them on their wedding day, as I realized that the wedding day is so much more than just two people getting married.
I am so grateful for the opportunities that wedding filmmaking has given me.”