This has been a long time coming. I often get the following request: Tell me about Aperture Lane. It’s been almost six years of building my wedding videography brand and I feel that I only now understand it well enough to not only explain it but to teach my team. In the early years, I […]
Here’s a quick snapshot from Kevin & Melissa’s little elopement in the Kawartha Lakes region.
Super short post today: Today marks 7 years lugging my camera bag and stick (monopod) to every event and shoot as Aperture Lane! 🎉🎊⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀I’m not gonna lie: Year 7 sucked (thanks, COVID…) … but it’s that “suckage” that I’m sure God will use to give me the perspective to appreciate the silver lining […]
This past weekend Andrea, Reva and I ventured off to the small town areas of Ontario to join the intimate celebration with our newest Aperture Lane couple, Daniel & Ashley!
While others rescheduled or cancelled until further notice, Imran and Sheza were my only Aperture Lane couple to keep their original wedding date this year. With the timing of everything, it worked out for them to stay the course.
We gotta believe in our stuff but every now and then some validation is always appreciated. And this is quite timely. This morning I logged on to Instagram and realized I was tagged in the following post: I was voted as one of the best wedding videographers in the Greater Toronto Area! This was kind […]
First wedding of the season in the second half of the year. Yup… this is 2020! Big shout-outs to Kevin and Grace, proving that love is indeed not cancelled and choosing to go forward with their wedding plans with their closest friends. As we narrate together!– Ryan
In an industry where most of the popular imagery in magazines, social platforms, and influential personalities is white, I can sometimes feel out of place as a professional who is a visual minority. In light of the blackout Tuesday conversations happening, I’d love to briefly share my experience here.
A beautiful story of perseverance at Babatola and Abimbola’s wedding. We were reminded that no matter the difficult situations, family can choose to come together and celebrate the blessings.