Milwaukee doesn’t have a lot of wedding videographers. I’m not sure why. Maybe because it’s a time-intensive job that requires hours sitting with earphones on, watching, clipping, capturing, editing, coordinating, and referencing, and that’s all AFTER the hours spent actually filming the wedding day.
Maybe because there truly is a bit of an intense passion, beyond an artistic eye, that comes with doing a fabulous wedding video. There’s the question of being a tad traditional for the parents and using newer technologies for the couple; who can mesh both qualities together?
I (Sara) have known David since 1991. We’ve gone to homecoming dances, worked on 7th grad math problems, and shared drinks on Milwaukee rooftops with our significant others. He’s hung with my kids and hubby, and I am counting the weeks before we all can barge in on his brand new baby. I know that from the beginning, David has loved video. He made the best Huckleberry Finn video for sophomore English class, and has made countless home movies of excellent quality while we were growing up. And now, he’s become this fantastic videographer for weddings in Milwaukee. His passion shows. His eye for art shows. And I know he cares about every video he makes, and that, right there, makes all the difference.
He’s done the videos for many of my couples, and I believe they are all thrilled with the final product. Check him out here: http://davidschulta.com/ and maybe he can capture your day in motion too!