This video received the 2011 SILVER Award in the "Wedding Highlights" category at WEVA.
Maui is one of the most romantic and peaceful places in the world. With the sound of the ocean surrounding you, breathtaking sunrises and spectacular scenery, It's no wonder Glyncora (Cory) and Mark chose Maui for their destination wedding.
The bride and groom welcomed 60 of their very close family and friends at the Four Seasons Maui, a five star luxurious resort, situated near Wailea Beach. It was the site for their intimate ceremony and elegant reception overlooking the ocean under the hawaiian moon.
For the wedding film, we spent 2 days with the bride and groom. Upon our arrival, we scouted out some areas where we could film their casual session, and we found some great spots along Makena Road. We loved the combination of lava rock, sand and gushing waves. What was best was that Cory and Mark had total faith in us and allowed us to be as creative as possible. They were so natural and so in love, they made it easy for us to capture such stunning moments.
We travelled for 2 hours in the middle of the night up narrow winding roads to HaleakalÄ, Mauiâs highest peak of 10, 023 ft to film an unbelievable time lapse of the sunrise. We used 4 cameras (including an iPhone) to make sure we caught it!
We also had the pleasure of attending a full-out Luau complete with Hula Dancers, fire-breathers and great food. Hawaii is truly a healing place.
The film we put together combined footage from the wedding day, the luau and the casual shoot we did before the wedding. By using time shifting we were able to weave these events together and create this touching film. Every wedding brings new inspiration and depth to our films, capturing such precious moments, and shaping them into our memories is our passion.
Glyncora + Mark
November 13, 2010
Four Seasons at Wailea
filmed by Riccardo Marrone & Domenic Marrone
edited over 3 flights back to Montreal
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