I’ll take a break from harping about the Importance of Audio in a Wedding film this week to touch on something a little less technical in nature. (But mostly because their outdoor rooftop ceremony during the Toronto Air Show didn’t work out so good:(
I’m currently in the process of rebranding my business to help with the log jam and incredible overflow of interest I’ve been experiencing. One of the most important things I have done during this process is to sit down and write out who my ideal Wedding Cinematography clients are.
My Ideal Client Profile:
People who LOVE my work
People who are WILLING to work with me.
People who VALUE Cinematography
People who have great ATTITUDES (Relaxed and Trusting)
People who RESPECT the process (Time+Attention)
People who are UNIQUE
Mike and Laura both embody all of these traits. My work and efforts become so much more profitable (than simply dollars and cents) when I experience the joy of working for couples that appreciate what I’m all about (and vice versa!). They were quirky, fun and best of all were not interested in traditional wedding videos or vendors. Their priorities were incorporating the most important things through out their day that expressed who they are, that their closest friends and family have fun, that they have fun. Simply put all the ideal ingredients that go into creating the perfect wedding film recipe.1