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5 Productivity Hacks You Need to Implement

Productivity has become quite the “buzz word” in the entrepreneur world. Everyone is all about optimizing the time that they have to get as much done as possible. Who wouldn’t want that? Being a work-from-home entrepreneur, productivity is even more important to me because there are so many other things surrounding me, vying for my Continue Reading

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In Home Coaching Sessions: Why We Love Them!

Personalized Education for Wedding Filmmakers

Ty and I are big believers in using our platform to raise up, encourage, and support those around us. We wouldn’t be where we are today if others hadn’t come alongside us when we were first getting started. If others hadn’t encouraged us to keep going, to keep doing the next thing, and that our Continue Reading

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5 Tips For Transitioning from 9-5 Office Grind to Work-From-Home Life

My sister and I have never been able to talk much about work in a way that we can both “relate” to the topic at hand. She’s a nurse turned government contractor in the dialysis field. I, on the other hand, have worked in ministry and now in the wedding industry since I graduated from college. Continue Reading

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3 Tips For Writing Your Wedding Day Letter to Your Future Spouse

This is one of my favorite moments of the wedding day. The moment when the bride, fully dressed in her gown, sits down to read her wedding day letter from her groom. And when the groom, alone for possibly the first time all morning, sits down to read his letter from his bride. It’s almost as if time Continue Reading

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The Reset Conference 2017

The Photographer + Filmmaker Relationship

Last month Ty and I traveled to Indianapolis for The Reset Conference. Last year was our first experience at Reset and we loved it so much that when Bekah and Kellie invited us back for a second go of it, we couldn’t say YES fast enough!! Photo by: Ashley Richardson We LOVE having the opportunity Continue Reading

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5 Things You’re Forgetting on Your Wedding Timeline

Wedding Planning

I remember when Ty and I were planning our wedding, the last thing I thought we needed was a timeline. Like…I literally didn’t even know that people actually wrote those out before their wedding day. That is until our photographer called me and asked me to work through it with her. Now after 4 seasons Continue Reading

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Calendly | No More Back and Forth Emails

If your schedule looks anything like ours, it’s often full of various meetings, calls, and google hangouts. We LOVE utilizing iCal and syncing it with our Google Calendar and our Honeybook calendar (where we book all of our shoots/weddings) across both mine and Ty’s schedules. But, too often we’ve felt the frustration of not being Continue Reading

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3 Things You Miss Out On When You Don’t Hire a Wedding Videographer

The first question of any newly engaged couple when they sit down to start planning their wedding usually falls along the lines of “How are we going to pay for this thing?”. The budget is obviously a big concern when making your dream wedding day come together. And we all know that weddings can get expensive really fast! Continue Reading

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Summer Coaching Sessions are LIVE!

When Ty and I first launched the education side of our business, we had no idea what would come of it. We both knew that we were passionate about helping people and we had a lot of knowledge to share, but we really didn’t know if this thing would take off. But it did. When Continue Reading

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Using Markers to Organize Footage in Premiere Pro CC

Series: Premiere Pro Quick Tips

New Series: Premiere Pro Quick Tips! I am super excited to announce a brand new video series that I’m starting today, called “Premiere Pro Quick Tips”! In this series of short series of tutorial videos, I’m going to be walking you through all of my favorite Tips & Tricks for getting the most our of Premiere Continue Reading

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