We are so excited to share this post with you, as it has been something in the works for a few months now.  Last weekend, we had the opportunity to collaborate with Jodi Miller Photography on a new project called “E-Fusion”! E-Fusion is a new concept that combines still + motion photography of an engagement session into one medium.  For couples, this means that they will not only receive photos of their engagement session, but a video too. This video can be shared online with family and friends all over the world and help you’re wedding guests get excited for the big day!

Kurt, Jodi, and I traveled to Washington D.C. to work with an amazing couple, Paula &Jared.  Since Paula is from Colombia, they thought it would be fit to incorporate a travel theme into their session.  We came up with several props that would represent them both, including a vintage luggage piece, globe, paper airplanes, maps, and some old-timey letters (a fun DIY we created with tea-stained paper + some photoshop action :] ) . We shot around Georgetown and ended up in a field behind Reagan Int’l Airport (the perfect setting for their theme!). So without further adieu, here is Paula & Jared’s E-Fusion:

Music: “Fly Me Away” by Annie Little

We hope you enjoyed our first E-Fusion! Here are a few behind the scenes images!!

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If you are interested in having a fusion created of your engagement session, please contact us for more details!

Last week I was fortunate enough to photograph Andi Arndt, a talented voice over artist. Since 1998, Andi has done all kinds of recordings for use on the radio, TV, over the Internet, and for instructional software products. Her e-learning and product demo clients include Hess Energy, Panasonic, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and Blockbuster.

Check out one of the shots from our session below!

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//how do you describe your style?

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I would describe my style as journalistic, unique, and modern. We give some direction to our portraits, but we strive to capture them unobtrusively and naturally.

//where do you find inspiration?
My photographic inspiration comes from stories, music, traveling, art, nature, and culture.

//favorite things to film at weddings?
Details are my absolute favorite things to shoot at weddings. I find them so important and reflective of the bride and groom. We strive really strive for capturing the atmosphere and high emotions of the event.

//what did you do before filmmaking?
Before photography, I was an avid traveler. I lived in England as an exchange student for two summers and loved every minute of it. The culture, people, and landscape forever changed who I was and it continues to inspire me today. I also won several awards for my work as a web designer, but I soon found that my true passion was photography and cinematography.

//what do you do when you’re not behind the camera?
I love to go road bicycling. Often you will find me riding through Harrisonburg, Virginia with some friends on the weekly classic ride. I also enjoy going to the cinema and writing.

//favorite artists?
I have many favorites, but Joe Wright would have to be the one that inspired me the most. His style of warm colors and tracking shots always reflect in my work.

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Recently I was offered the chance to write for Zacuto, which is one of the largest camera accessory manufacturers in the United States. Their mission is to provide a resource for filmmakers to learn and gain inspiration from, and I am honored to be able to contribute to that. Check out my first post, “How To Market Your Film The Social Media Way,” by visiting their articles section.

I look forward to sharing some very exciting articles with you over the next few weeks and some great shoots + films!