Posted by chris
October 24th, 2013
We packed our bags, loaded our gear, and hit the skies a few weeks back to do some work in the concrete jungle where dreams are made of [here's lookin' at you, Alicia *wink*]. Alas, the view of the bright lights and the GWB from the plane window would be the closest we would get to the city that doesn’t sleep. After a late night landing, we made the hour-and-half drive out of The City to the quaint town of Sayville.
The charm of Sayville proved to be a reprieve from the hustle and bustle an hour-and-half away. Complete with a quaint downtown filled with independently owned shops, a harbor buzzing with the noise of sleeping boats and resting seagulls, and a picturesque view of the water, all proved to be the perfect backdrop for a wedding.
But the charm wasn’t just resting with the town. It was also found in Megan and Boaz’s handwritten, personal vows. It was found in the storybook that Boaz gave Megan as a gift. It was found in the the joy of their family and friends as they witnessed Megan and Boaz tie the knot.
As the celebration continued into the evening, we locked ourselves in our hotel room. Armed with caffeine and sugary snacks that our wives surely would not approve of, we labored on, editing the day’s footage to create a Next Day Edit to be shown at the bride and groom’s second reception the following day. The result of which, is their wedding film below, filled to the brim with all the charm that the concrete jungle couldn’t offer.