Thank you so much for joining me on “How To Make The Most Out Of Your Wedding Day!” Every other week this online program is here to help Brides and Grooms be introduced to some of the best wedding vendors in the industry. We’ll be sharing tips & tricks, along with features & benefits of why hiring professional vendors on your wedding day will not only save you time, but money & your sanity.
This is the page, where I’ll be chatting with some of the best Videographers in the industry. From professionalism to personality, these are the ladies & gentlemen that I’ve had the honour of working with over the years.
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Mr. Mike McCaleb
“Mike McCaleb is a film editor and cinematographer that specializes in event documentaries.
He loves shooting and editing wedding films, because it let’s him tell the story of an emerging family and relationship. His strong family ties and love for life makes his job NOT just a job.
His company, Mission Visual, has won the Knot Best of Weddings award three years in a row. He has also done work for American Music Awards, Make A Wish Foundation, and The Improv.”
Mr. Michael Bauch
Wedding Video Pro
As a kid Michael began making short films with his neighborhood friends using an old super 8 movie camera. They would tell action adventure stories and use simple movie making technique and in camera editing, but it would form the basis for his love of story telling. In high school he bugged his parents to pitch in and help him get his first video camera. And once in college, he began working doing live educational programming to local high schools and he formed his own production company, A Pro-Vision Production and started filming weddings and events.
Bauch’s dossier also includes on-location television production for the History Channel in New York, Washington D.C., London & Paris and grant-funded documentaries filmed in remote villages of Alaska and the boroughs of New York. Bauch has produced several promotional pieces for non-profits such as the American Film Institute, Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, George C. Page Museum at the La Brea Tar Pits, Santa Monica Bay Restoration Foundation and Rails-to-Trails Conservancy. In 2010 he filmed his own independent documentary, Riding Bikes with the Dutch, which is used by the government in Amsterdam to introduce Americans to the incredible biking lifestyle of the Dutch.
Throughout this time Michael also continued to create documentary-style wedding videos, looking at weddings as another way to hone his skills and tell a great story. He has covered hundreds of weddings throughout his 16 year career, including on-location in Puerto Vallarta Mexico and in the middle of Dodger Stadium, complete guest of honor, Tommy Lasorda. His work has also been featured on Lifetime TV’s Weddings of a Lifetime.
“A good wedding videographer has to be able to predict the future…you always have to be one step ahead of the game in order to catch those magic moments that will never happen again.