Today I was reminded of some work I did over the summer, and how I’ve totally forgotten to share it publicly. Summer brought me driving all around Halifax and the south shore (have I mentioned that I love road trips?) shooting some stellar weddings for some stellar people. I’ve uploaded a few of my favorites to my Portfolio page, but the most fun that I’ve had working this summer was with these folks:
This summer I had the opportunity to travel to Finland to stand with one of my very best friends as he was married to the love of his life. Not only did we get to share this lovely experience with them and their wonderful families, but we also saw the chance to capture some great footage for them and for all the folks back home. Matthew and Rosemary, here is our gift to you. I love you both dearly. May you see many, many years together.
Check out the portfolio for a full-size version of the video.
Ted and Amelia’s special day. This beautiful couple’s wedding was shot in Ferguson’s Cove, Nova Scotia, reception shot at The Cut in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Congratulations to the both of them, working with them was a lot of fun.
I helped my buddy Aaron with this earlier in the summer, so I thought I’d share how it turned out. It’s a little late getting up here, I’ve been incredibly busy with work – which means I don’t get much video time for the time being.
In other news, I’m shooting a wedding for my friends Caleb Howitt and Becca Wing today. I might also bring along my old film camera, it’s been a few years since I’ve used that. Updates to follow!
Welcome to the official launch of JeremyWaterman.ca, home to the videographer/photographer from Halifax, Nova Scotia. To coincide with the website launch, I am also launching the summer promotion videos for Bayside Camp, a non-profit campground located in Sambro Head, Nova Scotia. A very special thanks to our friend Josh Porter of Showbread, and to our friends in All the Day Holiday, for providing Dan and I with music needed to make these two videos.
Interested in working together? Let’s meet for a coffee.