We now take you to a love story already in progress
This is going to be a bit taboo, considering the overwhelming use of the following catchphrase in our profession. But bear with me. We aren’t telling a love story. We aren’t crafting a love story, nor are we storytellers. Not fundamentally. This story — your story, your love — started long before you met us. Our privilege is in memorializing this bonding of souls. Our talent is in making the experience as cinematic as it feels to two lovers in love. If you ask us, your story was already foretold; some would say it’s written into the fabric of our universe.
It might be more accurate to say we’re in the business of creative preservation. Sure, that’s not as catchy as storyteller. But years from now, when your grandkids start entertaining their own notions of love — when they ask mom and dad how grandma and grandpa make it work so well — this Wedding Film will resurface. Dusted off and scanned into the holodeck thingy only the kids know how to operate. We’ll take them back to a day when two people committed life and love to one another, and danced and cried and got really drunk. In love, of course. (Never mind that bottle of cinnamon-flavored whiskey the Best Man taped his GoPro to and “forced” everyone to guzzle). Fox Jump Cinematics remains your purveyors of immersion — for the love stories already in progress.
Crystal & Clark
San Luis Obispo California
Crystal, you’re beautiful. Clark, you’re a freaking stud…
These two were some of the most laid back individuals we’ve had the pleasure to work with. Their love for each other was so fun to watch, and their reactions to those precious moments, throughout their day, was truly special. We enjoyed working with their photographer, Jeremy Wirth (close friend of ours), in collaborating to create memories that will last a lifetime.
Nicole & Ian
Villa San Juliette, Paso Robles California
Beautiful Vineyard wedding at Villa San Juliette. This place felt like an oasis at the heart of a grape leaf meadow. When you see the aerial video of vineyards which seem to stretch all the way to the horizon, you get some idea of just how blissfully isolated this little escape felt.