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I am so excited about this trailer. It took a lot longer than normal to create primarily because of an exciting new element … CUSTOM MUSIC! I’ve been collaborating with my friend Andy Ferris on various commercial video projects now for quite a while, and when I approached Andy with the idea of writing something for a wedding trailer, he jumped at the opportunity. Over the last few months we’ve been working together on a musical score … and after a few changes in direction, we landed on on this exciting piece of music. The music was written entirly by Andy Ferris, and I helped direct and produce it during the process.

One interesting element in the music is that it features actual strings and not just synthesized strings from a keyboard. Andy recorded live violin performances to bring this song to life. It was a night and day difference from the rough draft which had the synthesized strings.

So it is with great excitement that I post this trailer today. If you’ve been following my blog you already know about the “first dance” video I posted, as well as the behind the scenes look at our camera crew on this wedding. If not then click the links in the last sentence and check it out. : )

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  1. Great trailor, John. WOW! Couldn’t keep it running. Kept stopping..might be my computer?!?!?!?

    Please eamil me ablerb abouit your videotaping for realtors. I’ll get on it.

  2. Another Solid Video – Nice Job John! If anyone is looking for some video work and doesn’t choose you….they are crazy! You got Game!

  3. The music sounds great, wonderful editing and the guys did a rockin job capturing all that footage. If you want to take on the delivery room (above the waste of course!) that would make an awesome keepsake video. I’d gladly be your guinea pig:)

  4. You’ve begun to develop a signature style, John, I would have known this was your work anywhere! What people can count on is your ability to capture their personal moment imbued with the essence of their own personal style, and yet you see it through the lens of an impeccable artist. And you’re not too shabby with the editing shears either. It’s not hard to see this is more than a job, this is a passion. Again, and once again, Wonderful.

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