As an event videographer, I truly believe that if you're serious about preserving your special moments, video is your best bet. I also believe that stories can change people’s lives.
For me this started by capturing milestone moments in my life and in the lives of people in my spiritual community. When the camera started going everywhere with me, I realized that videography is not a job for me - it’s a way of life.
As a husband, father of twins, and an active member in my community, I understand how life’s moments can slip by. I slowly transitioned out of my language teaching career to pursue this new adventure of helping people preserve their significant moments. I combined training from world-class cinematographers and my own aptitude for language to carefully craft meaningful keepsakes for my clients.
I take pride in being a videographer because I not only preserve visuals, but also the parts of life that are experienced with the ears. Having shot many weddings from different cultures, I realize that we all have that common desire to remember and share our lives.
You, whether you believe it or not, you have a story to tell, so I’m looking forward to discussing how I can capture yours. If it’s not your time to share, then please follow Aperture Lane on social media and see how stories can bring us all together.
Itua & Tobi's Nigerian wedding at Arlington Estate, Vaughan, ON, Canada
Ian & Natalie's Jamaican
Duane & Renee's all white
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