Q: I love your work, could you be my wedding filmmaker?
A: The first step is to check to see if your day is available.

Q: My day is available what do I need to do to get it booked?
A: To lock in the date on the calendar all I need is a signed contract and the deposit.

Q: What is your style?
A: First of all, if you haven’t checked out my recent work, make sure you take a few minutes and watch a few examples.
If you’re looking for 2 to 3 cameras to capture every moment then I’m not the right videographer for you. On the other hand, if you’re looking for a well edited, handcrafted story, directed by myself, then you came to the right place. I like to give the short film a journalistic feel with a cinematic flavor, incorporating natural audio with the ideal soundtrack. So many couples pick the photographer because you love their style, I want to you to choose your videographer the same way.

Q: So how do you choose the music used in the edit?
A: It depends. Some couples leave it up to me to be creative. Others give me a list of songs that they really want in the edit. What I suggest, give me a list of 4 to 6 songs that you think would work well, both fast and slow, and I will pick what I feel fits best.

Q: You have me for seven hours when should you start?
A: I always tell couples it’s better to have me there early than late. There’s only so much footage you can get of dancing in a dark room. There are a lot of good opportunities to capture amazing footage before the ceremony even begins. If needed, you can always book me for extra hours.

Q: How long is it going to take to get are edited video and raw footage after our wedding?
A: Some companies take up to eight months before you get your wedding video, with MK wedding story it generally takes between 2-5 months.

If you have any other questions, send me an email.