(But here are a few of the most important elements in our formula, cause you don’t have all day to read through this whole site) 🙂
And illustrated with bold colors,
that transcend the fading of time.
The bride leans in. The groom races to catch her. Lips meet, and applause is heard from every corner. In that moment, a lens lies strapped to its partner in crime – the video camera – engraving every second into permanent memory. Right behind this potent duo lies the human mind that coordinates every photographic and cinematic element – the alchemist to the formula: the Wedding Cinematographer.
It’s a process that our team repeats hundreds of times a day, every weekend. And from this process, the knowledge gained from it, and a unique formula to our wedding films that we’ve constructed through that knowledge, we’ve become privy to what others can’t even see. It’s our box of unique tools and secrets, and it’s given us a window into you as a bride and how to immortalize your special day in only the way a Pinwheel cinematic artisan can. It’s wedding cinematography from a new perspective. Innovation in every frame.
Stories. Moments. Words. Expressions. Emotions. Life – engraved, deconstructed and told with a unique formula each time.
The team behind the camera, but at the front and center of immortalizing your special day.
5 favorite films (in no particular order): 2001: A Space Odyssey, Vertigo, Donnie Brasco, Godfather II, Pulp Fiction
My dream dinner guests would include: Kubrick, Carlin, Hitchcock and Gen. Washington
On weekends where there are no weddings to film, I'm: watching classic and foreign films, working on my feature length screenplay and exploring new Miami foodie spots
All time favorite creatives: Caravaggio, Rembrandt, Rigaud, Kubrick, Nolan and Shakespeare
5 years in history that I would love to spend a day in: 1945, 1929, 1787, 1763 and 117
If filmmaking/video didn't exist, I'd be: hatching out new political and economic systems from a cozy room in a dense forest somewhere
5 favorite TV shows (in no particular order): Buffy: The Vampire Slayer, LOST, Battlestar Galactica, The Wire, Mad Men
A few words of praise from the reason the film keeps rolling at Pinwheel.
Our minds on paper, as opposed to on film.
Or simply, send us a smile 🙂
75 Valencia Ave., Suite 700
Coral Gables, FL 33134
(305) 799 – 4885