A wedding videographer is my vocation.
Eleven years ago, a friend of mine made a memorable video for my family.
That day, I picked up a professional camera for the first time.
A couple of months later, my husband gave me one of the same ones.
I haven't been able to stop acting ever since.
I love it when my clients text or call me and say, “Vera, I've watched the video you made for us ten times in a row and I'm crying because I'm happy. I can't stop watching our wedding video. Thank you so much.”
I make videos for such reviews.
This is where I found my vocation.
I'm a videographer.
Every time I discuss with my bride and groom how the wedding should go, I'm always looking forward to shooting.
I love to experience my wedding day in a different way every time.
During the consultation, I can give advice on how best to spend the wedding day and what to worry about and what not to worry about.
I've shot more than 300 weddings and I'm still doing so.
I know how to present every moment of your wedding in the most enjoyable way possible while maintaining the festive spirit.