January 17, 2013
I’m unique to the Fargo area because I’ve actually been through 5 years
of film school, unlike the other videographers in town. I’ve been
trained how to film and edit things on a professional level. I
actually like to call myself a cinematographer and not videographer
because I try to shoot my weddings with a cinematic eye.
*See Adam at work in the photo below!
I enjoy to work with couples that aren’t afraid to have fun infront
of a camera. Your wedding day is special and being relaxed in front of
the camera will make a better video!
I really like to see live bands at wedding receptions. I know it’s a thing of the past, but the BEST weddings are the ones with live
You should invest in a good videographer for the simple fact that
the way people move describes so much
about a person. If you watch some of my past videos, pay
attention to how a person smiles or gives a hug and you can almost
feel like your there with them. You need to be careful who you hire,
just because they charge a lot doesn’t mean they’re good.
The best advice I could give is that I have never ever ever seen a
wedding day go perfectly as planned. Almost every wedding gets a
little behind on schedule so leave some breathing room and know in
advance that if something goes unplanned it’s perfectly normal.
Thank you Adam for the fun interview! I hope your 2013 season is filling up well, and maybe I’ll have the pleasure of working with you again!