Our production company was tapped to provide a full production crew for this full day shoot for FirstNet, built by AT&T, the nation’s first high-speed, wireless broadband network for first responders. It was a privilege to work with Fire Chief Bruce Evans and his team at the Upper Pine River Fire District to capture the first-hand stories of first responders right here in La Plata County.
EMS professionals are called to help people at some of the most difficult moments in their lives, and FirstNet has taken the initiative to help these heroes maintain their mental wellness in the face of what they see and hear on a daily basis. Our Director of Photography, Producer and Production Assistant coordinated with a remote producer at FirstNet on the shoot day, to capture broadcast quality footage of these important stories.
We also worked with the EMS team to recreate several first response scenes, and finally shipped the footage out next day to the internal editing team at FirstNet headquarters. Thanks to FirstNet for sharing the final product with us, and taking initiative on mental health in EMS.
Jacob and Lyndsey had one incredible Jeep adventure on their elopement day culminating at sunset on Imogene Pass!I had the pleasure of shooting this epic Telluride elopement with the awesome and incredibility talented michaelmorsephotography.com. Initially, I was bummed about the thick haze from this year’s wildfire season, but it ultimately added a very dramatic effect to the final film! Congrats Jacob and Lyndsey, you two free spirits!
Paige and Ryan married on a perfect August day in the Needle Mountain Range under beautiful cotton-ball clouds. Cascade lodge an old Boy Scout lodge, served as the ceremony site, and had a special connection to Paige’s family. Decade’s ago, a member of her family worked to preserve this unique site and protect it as a historic building. Congrats Ryan and Paige!
Calvin and Kim said their I-do’s in the Switzerland of America, otherwise known as Ouray, Colorado. What better place to get married, than a natural amphitheater of epic mountains! Their ceremony site is not open to just anyone, you have to know someone who is a Ouray local and who knows the property owner. A little rain and mountain mist added to the dreamy feel of this wedding video. Congrats Calvin and Kim!
There’s no place in the world like the 360-degree vista on top of San Sophia Overlook in Telluride, Colorado. Lauren and Sean tied the knot at 10,000 feet in altitude in one of the most beautiful places in the Rocky Mountains. What a pleasure it was to shoot their wedding film in such a breathtaking location! Congrats to this beautiful couple. May your love grow stronger and stronger for each mountain in life you climb together!
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