·· A Shoulder to Lean On ··

Sinthu & Vishan are both amazing people… we tend to have a blast every time we meet up! brainstorming sessions turns into us laughing so hard that the entire cafe hears us.
our team has definitely grown close with them and that is purely because of their magnetizing personality. it was so much fun being around their family and friends – it eases them and allows us to capture the right emotions on their faces.

what a beautiful day it was on the morning of sinthu & vishan’s hindu ceremony – we had some great light which we got to share with Aamer & Iman from Studio95. i tried a little something different with their song, it was something that i came across on the wonderful world of facebook. it was a cover done by Sooraj Santhosh on the show Music Mojo for the song Munbe Vaa. the first time i heard it i fell in love with it – i wanted to use it for exactly the type of wedding that Sinthu & Vishan had.

you can watch the original song here

i hope you all enjoy this next day edit!

A Shoulder to Lean On from p-your vision. on Vimeo.

°° life’s a little weird °°

“We’re all a little weird. And life is a little weird. And when we find someone whose weirdness is compatible with ours, we join up with them and fall into mutually satisfying weirdness—and call it love—true love.”

with their first look by the old elevator inside the Gladstone Hotel, having meaningful quotes to go along with their vows, the high ‘fyvie’ to end and seal their kiss, the best dance moves to make their reception entrance and the wonderful words from some of their closest people!
this wedding was a blast from the very beginning – regardless of the rain that came down on this october day.

we were accompanied by the talented megan andrews who was snapping some beautiful shots of the unique venue,sudbury 99, where they had both their ceremony and reception

Chantel & Chris, thank you so much for letting us be part of your special day!

°° Life’s a Little Weird °° from p-your vision. on Vimeo.

°° at first daylight°°

Today we wanted to share a creative film that we have been waiting to share since last year.

Last fall we had travelled to the french river to film Vina + Jey’s love story. After many days of googling for the right location, we found The Lodge at Pine Cove – it was the perfect spot, exactly what we had pictured. We then proceeded with the storyboard for the visuals that we wanted to film.

We spent two beautiful sunny days by the french river filming Vina & Jey re-live their proposal. Hope everyone enjoys their creative film that we presented at their reception last week.

Thank to you all the staff at The Lodge At Pine Cove for their hospitality and exquisite food.

•• UYIR •• Hamsa & Kartheep

What an entertaining weekend we had filming Hamsa + Kartheephan’s wedding. On thursday we shot their hindu ceremony at the Richmond Hill Centre for the Performing Arts – a great venue to film in. it was a delightful spring morning that accompanied the beautiful ceremony.
Their reception had some of the most creative entertainment pieces that we’ve seen to date – a job well done by the bride + groom’s family and friends.
We shot alongside Impressions by Annuj and their team, its always great being around them – not to mention all the fun we have.
But what better way to tell you how great their wedding went than sharing their next day edit that we put together for their reception which took place at Markham Convention Centre.

” A Visual Trip” – Cinevate

This past christmas we had posted a visual travel film from a trip to sri lanka that i had taken with my family.
it was personal project of mine, something to hopefully foretell my love of documentary and travel filming.

well, it definitely has paid off because Cinevate had picked it to post it on their blog and do an interesting write-up. if you aren’t aware of who they are – they make some of the world’s best tools for filmmakers.

we couldn’t be happier, thank you Cinevate!

#cinevate #pyourvision #telegramfromsrilanka

you can read their full post here : http://www.cinevate.com/blog/telegram-from-sri-lanka-a-visual-trip/