divine road trip married at St. Monica and Morris Park CC in South Ben

Chrissy and Rick’s Divine Road Trip as Husband and Wife!

Wow, what fun it was to witness the beginning of Chrissy and Rick’s divine road trip as husband and wife! Their whole day was great. Chrissy, Rick and their wedding party had no trouble goofing around and posing for us and the lovely Sarah Sage Photo who kindly referenced us to them.

Highlights

A couple of additional highlights. Their priest was not only hilarious but very insightful in his homily. He correlated marriage to a divine road trip. I’ve never heard this expression used but it really makes sense. In marriage much like a road trip you choose your partner and start your adventure. On a long road trip you better like your travel partner because you’re going to be spending a lot of time together. Also as in marriage choose someone who can help you get through. The divine aspect being marriage is orchestrated and ordained by God. Marriage is his idea. So there you have it, a divine road trip! Another highlight, though not as thought provoking. Rick and his groomsmen made a human pyramid! That’s something isn’t it? I’m glad to say the pyramid stood strong and no one was crushed. So there’s a good metaphor for Chrissy and Rick’s marriage!

The wedding

The wedding ceremony was at the beautiful St. Monica Catholic church and the reception at the newly renovated and amazing Morris Park Country Club in South Bend, Indiana. In fact Chrissy and Rick were the very first couple to host a reception at Morris Park since it’s remodel so they got to do their turns on a brand new dance floor and we got a first look at all the new updates. And of course Elena and team did a great job serving a delicious dinner and hosting us all. Also check out the new space in the film we did for Lindsay and Stephen just a couple weeks later!

Our best to Chrissy & Rick in their divine road trip as husband and wife!

ND shoot for Stack Media

A couple months back Vibe Productions had the opportunity to shoot interviews for Stack Magazine an online and print resource for young athletes looking to get into college athletics at the University of Notre Dame in South Bend, IN. Working with Stack as a freelance videographer is risky business honestly. Their disclaimer is they don’t pay freelance debts until 2 months after the shoot. Guess what 2 months came and went for me and I never heard from them. I had done two shoots for them. I called the department of payroll several times with no results, after getting in touch with the producer I was able to finally get paid. Not something I would go through again.

The video did turn out pretty cool. I filmed interviews and got b-roll as we spent the day moving around campus and talking to various athletic department heads and student athletes. I believe we covered ND ice hockey, mens soccer, girls soccer, and lacrosse. I’ve included a link to the video taken there. Vibe Productions was contracted freelance for the shooting on this project. Check out the film here