|Lucas Lowry in grey sheen|
|Christopher Cuozzo in navy cotton|
|Channing Johnson in blue-grey wool-cashmere|
|Robert Ebeling in a classic tux|
|Ron Neugold in khaki|
|Micah Whitson in blue-white seersucker|
STOP GO LOVE!
Read below to hear Jason and Jared's take on capturing the rare, most cherished moments between couples and churning out cinematic true love stories in captivating short wedding films.
How did you get into this business?
JASON: "I began to teach video to high schoolers, one of whom was my current business partner, Jared. Years later, after Jared attended media school, we decided to work together. We both love shooting video and working with people so it was a natural fit."
Can you describe your first project?
JASON: "The first wedding StopGoLove did was definitely a blessing. We called around and through friends, found a beautiful, amazing couple to shoot. Sara and Josh were, in many respects, dream clients."
What's the most frightening thing about filming weddings?
JASON: "Basically, you have one shot to do it right and weddings are so unpredictable. This is the most important day of a person's life. There's a lot riding on your lens."
What do you look for to capture the essence of a couple? How do you cram so much footage into such a short film?
JASON: "It all starts with getting to know WHO these people are. The relationships we develop with couples are essential to the process. I also think that a wedding is so emotionally raw and genuine that, in a way, it's easy to capture who these people are and what their love is really about. At that point, it comes down to simply observing and documenting all the cool stuff that goes on throughout the day. As far as the trailer videos we do, we always have in mind certain things we'd like to see in that video, but in ways it's creating on the fly. It's art. Part of what we like about this job is the ability to freely create."
What do you notice about weddings with regard to how people dress? Anything stand out to you?
JASON: "I think what I observe the most is how much a couple's wedding style reflects their personality. I think this is true of style in general. Clothing is art. Art tells a story. Clothing tells the story of you. I think that definitely plays out during a wedding, but magnified times a million. And, men accessorize at weddings!"
How far in advance do couples need to book your services?
JASON: "NOW… just kidding. To be honest, it really depends on availability and if we aren't booked we're always open to work with amazing, fun people. Typically though, couples book us at least nine months in advance, but sometimes even two years."
Thank you, gentlemen! We are huge fans of your work!
*All photos courtesy of StopGoLove
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