What can I say about Sarah & Eric’s wedding film other than besides the drive through hours of rain from Indianapolis to New Harmony it was seemingly effortless to create! Shots seemed to jump off the lens at me and everything about the day seemed to be an artistic composition waiting to be filmed. I think to create a super wedding in a place like New Harmony you need to first love the place and take part in the culture that exists there which is what Sarah & Eric obviously did. This wasn’t the first time I’ve filmed there and I hope it won’t be the last as it’s an incredibly unique, beautiful and harmonious place. Pun intended! A big thanks to the couple, their families and the great staff at the Granary for treating us well and being so great to work with.
Tonight I’ll be filming the semifinal match of the Notre Dame Bengal Bouts. This will be my second year filming this sporting event to demo one of the competitors. Here’s a excerpt from their homepage to describe the event.
Started in 1931 by Knute Rockne and Dominic Napolitano, the Bengal Bouts is a long-standing Notre Dame tradition. Each year, thousands of fans come out to support the students in the tournament, the proceeds of which benefit the Holy Cross Missions in Bangladesh by funding educational initiatives for tribal peoples who make up the poorest one percent of the country.