1. Nicole & Mohamed // Wedding Film

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    One year ago, we spent the evening with Nicole and Mohamed at a friend's little dinner party. Though the two of them had just recently met, we mentioned on the drive home they totally had to get married. Incredibly happy for them. Together, they are absolute perfection. www.choatehouse.com

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    • Morgan Family

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      • Lauren & Nate

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        He surprised her with flowers in the space her grandparents fell in love. A sample photo + film engagement session. www.choatehouse.com

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        • CHOATE HOUSE // Reel 2014

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          We are Kara and Jeremy Choate, the husband and wife team behind CHOATE HOUSE. After first meeting in art school, we fell fast for each other and have been together ever since. We have grown to be a family of five and are in awe of being parents to our cool kids. Originating from a huge passion for art, the focus of pursuing our dream has come full circle. Our collective group is passionate about documenting personal stories & advertising projects through photography and motion films. We believe this is what we were meant to do in this life and aspire to collaborate with others and grow in big ways. Our drive is to create a representation of life from a perspective of energy, love and authenticity. www.choatehouse.com

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          • Hope & Taylor // Wedding Film

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            Nostalgia for these two, their family and friends. www.choatehouse.com Wedding Team: Cinematography - CHOATE HOUSE Photography - CHOATE HOUSE Coordination & Design - Ever Something Event Styling Venue - The McGranahan Barn, Rebuilding History Lodging - Aloft Oklahoma City Downtown-Bricktown Hair - Blo / Ashley Kirby Makeup - Chanel / Ashley Adams Dress - Bridal Elegance, Tulsa Bridesmaids - Prim OKC Florals - Ever Something Event Styling Cake - Amy Cakes Catering & Bar - Scratch Kitchen & Cocktails Linens - Party Perfect Rentals - Marianne's Rentals Stationary - SEA THREE Designs DJ & Lighting- OKC Entertainment & Events

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            • Brittney & Marshall // Wedding Film

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              From capturing their proposal to preparing for their wedding day, the experience of documenting the authentic story of Brittney and Marshall has been beautiful Proposal _ https://vimeo.com/102884042 Preparing _ https://vimeo.com/110293119 Wedding _ https://vimeo.com/116396671 Wedding Team: Cinematography - CHOATE HOUSE Photography - CHOATE HOUSE Coordination & Design - Plenty Mercantile Venue - Plenty Mercantile Lodging - Aloft Oklahoma City Downtown-Bricktown Hair - Trichology Salon / TJ Elias Makeup - Chelseyann Artistry Florals - Juniper Designs Cake - Andrea Howard Cakes Catering - Cheever's Cafe Linens - Plenty Mercantile Rentals - Plenty Mercantile + Kahoy Studios + factor 110 event solutions Stationary - England Branding Band - SquadLive

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              • VIDYA SEASONAL KITCHEN | WINTER

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                A Film Produced by CHOATE HOUSE Cinematography & Editing by Jeremy and Kara Choate Styling by Claire Ragozzino Client: Vidya Cleanse --------- Each season, Claire Ragozzino shares a peek inside her kitchen and what she’s cooking to create balanced health. Eating seasonally is a way to nourish and connect in with the fluid rhythms of the earth and our evolving health needs. The Vidya Seasonal Kitchen series shows that seasonal eating can be simple, nourishing and satisfying to the body, mind and spirit. Sometimes health means savoring the sweeter parts of life. This holiday, find bliss in sharing these earl grey, orange and dark chocolate cinnamon buns. For more seasonally-inspired plant-based recipes, visit www.vidyacleanse.com. EARL GREY, ORANGE & CHOCOLATE CINNAMON BUNS Yeast ½ cup almond milk
 ½ cup earl grey tea 1 packet yeast
 1 tsp coconut sugar Boil hot water, steep 2 bags earl gray tea in ½ cup water. After 15 minutes remove the tea bags. In a medium saucepan, heat the almond milk together on a low heat. Remove and pour into a small bowl. Test temperature before adding yeast, you want it around 100-110 degrees F. Stir in the yeast and a sugar, then allow to activate for 15-20 minutes. The yeast is active when it starts to create bubbles on the surface of the bowl. Dough 3 cups spelt flour ½ cup coconut sugar 1 tsp baking powder
 ¼ tsp baking soda
 ½ tsp salt
 1 tbsp cinnamon ½ orange, juiced & zested ¼ cup cold ghee, cubed (or coconut oil) In a mixing bowl, combine the spelt flour, coconut sugar, baking powder, baking soda, salt and cinnamon. Mix lightly. Next, add the orange juice, zest and cubed ghee, slowly mixing until well incorporated and the mixture begins to form in a slightly wet and sticky ball of dough. On a dry surface, sprinkle spelt flour and knead the ball of dough 130 times (about 3-5 minutes). Place back in the mixing bowl, cover with a damp cloth and allow dough to rise for 1-2 hours. Once ready, roll the dough out. Brush a little melted ghee or coconut oil on top and sprinkle a layer of cinnamon on top, then spoon the filling mixture evenly across the dough followed by a sprinkling of the crushed chocolate chunks. Gently roll the dough into a log. Use a sharp knife to score the cinnamon rolls, then gently cut and place into a greased baking pan. Bake at 375 for 20-25 minutes. The cinnamon buns should be slightly hardened on the outside while still soft and gooey on the inside. Remove from oven and serve hot with {many!} heaping helpings of frosting. Filling ½ orange, juiced & zested 1 tbsp cinnamon 2 tbsp ghee (or coconut oil) 4 tbsp maple syrup ½ cup pecans, chopped 1 bar extra dark chocolate, crushed Optional: 1 fuyu persimmon, diced (when in season) In a small saucepan, combine all ingredients and heat on medium low. Stir frequently to avoid clumping. The mixture will become thick and sticky. Remove from heat and spread evenly on the rolled out dough. On top sprinkle the crushed chocolate bar evenly across the dough. Orange Frosting 1 ½ cup raw cashews, soaked overnight ½ cup maple syrup ¼ cup melted coconut oil 2 oranges, juiced & zested 1 tsp lemon juice ½ tsp vanilla bean pinch of Himalayan pink salt Combine all ingredients in a high-speed blender, puree until creamy. Transfer to a bowl and store in your fridge to thicken before spreading on the cinnamon rolls.

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