Capturing Your Cherished Moments
Life is full of beautiful moments that define us. My goal is to help you capture the big and small building blocks of your life's most important moments through an artistic lens that is custom tailored for you. You're one-of-a-kind, so I make sure your film is too!
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When I was a kid growing up near Detroit, I loved getting lost in cinematic worlds. I loved the stories, the characters, and the imagery. This drove me to create my own worlds through various mediums. Whether filming, drawing, or building, I enjoy the creative process; even the stressful moments. Creating films that means something to someone is what drives me. And if I can do that with my silly cat Gizmo by my side, then I'd say that makes me pretty happy!
"Red Byrd Creative was absolutely amazing! From the first time we talked on the phone to reviewing our vision for the day and video, Aaron was like talking with an old friend!"
- Lexi B.
We are based in Metro Detroit, MI
but always available to travel!
What is the difference between a Documentary Film and a Highlight Film?
A Documentary Film is all the major moments of the day put chronologically into one film. This includes your ceremony, toasts, and formal dances. The length of each of the major events (usually over 30 minutes) determines the total duration of the film.
What are the Major Events that are included in the Doc Film?
The major events of the day are usually the Ceremony, Grand Entrance, Cake Cutting, Toasts, First Dance, and Parent Dances. Other items can fit this category too, such as a first look or a cultural tradition. Any alternate Major Moments are something we discuss in a meeting or phone call.
How long is a Documentary Film?
The documentary film’s length relies mostly on the length of each of the major events. A 30-minute ceremony usually results in about a 1-hour film, while a 1-hour ceremony usually results in a 1 hour 20 minute film.
What is the Extended Documentary / Montage add-on?
Is Wedding Videography worth it?
Wedding Videography may seem newer to weddings or not as vital as photography, but it can quickly prove to be the most important vendor at your wedding. That thought doesn't come from me (the videographer), it comes from past clients and their families. Film and videos are still the best way we can relive a moment. Much like seeing footage of yourself or family from years ago, you not only see people as they were that day, but you see how they moved, how they acted, and in many cases how they sounded. To this day, it is the closest thing we have to time travel. So if you hire a videographer for your wedding day, you're creating a professional quality video that allows you to relive the day with your partner, or with any new additions to your family that didn't get to be there on the day.