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Mary bess champion

Originally, my start in video production began with an interest in news reporting. I studied journalism at GC&SU in Milledgeville, GA with a B.A. in Mass Communication, concentrating in Broadcast. Following graduation in 2011, I interned at NorthStar Church in Kennesaw, GA, assisting Chris Boggess in the Visual Arts department.

I had the opportunity to go on two mission trips with the church and video the experience. WOW. I guess that is really where my desire to continue in video production began, but how? I didn’t know.  

I married the love of my life, Chris Champion, in October of 2011. My mentor, Chris Boggess, gifted me a wedding video. He shot the entire wedding and made my short video of the highlights. Best video EVER – yes, I will always stand by that statement! That video allows me to relive my wedding day over and over again. I watch it on our anniversary every year. I cry, every time.

Then I put two and two together. Weddings. Video production. Why hadn’t I thought of this before!? My sweet cousin, Erin Secor, offered her wedding up as my trial run; I was hooked. The rest is history for me (and I guess, love, for the married couples!).

So, if you are getting married and want to have a precious reminder of your favorite day, allow me to serve you and video your wedding. Every bride should have this opportunity. : ) I look forward to meeting you!

 


Rachel Gazaway

My love for videography started my freshman year of high school when I had signed up for the Video Production class to make an easy A; instead, I ended up finding my passion.

I am currently enrolled at Kennesaw State University, where I am working on completing my bachelor’s degree in Communications, with a concentration in Media Studies and a Minor in Film.

Woodstock First Baptist is our church home. I serve on our media team on Sunday mornings by assisting with videoing the service and working in the control room.

I love editing video. I love being able to tell a story with video, especially from my point of view.

In my spare time, I am a soap maker! Being able to combine soap making (Goat Milk Goods) and video is such an awesome art! I film my soaping process and post the "how to" videos on YouTube. Check us out on our Facebook page.

Just like Mary Bess, I was also gifted a wedding video by Chris Boggess when I married my best friend, Chase. I really believe this started our passion for wedding videos: knowing how special it is to have one done for you. Your big day goes by so quickly, and after all those months of planning, it is nice to be able to watch it all over again with the click of a button. 

 


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Logan Lewis

My passion for videography began after I traveled to Thailand and entered a video contest to document my trip. To my great surprise, I won, and have been recording and editing video ever since. 

I love to be able to tell a story with footage, and when it comes to the "big day," wedding photographs are a must-have, but they cannot tell the whole story. For me, there's hardly anything more exciting than to capture the expression on a groom's face when his bride is walking down the aisle towards him. It only comes second to seeing the look on his bride's face when she watches her wedding video for the first time! 

I sincerely regret not having a wedding videographer present on the day that I said "I do," and I want all brides to have something special to look back on when the memory itself begins to fade.