Thayler Allyson Gowdy
Kristen* is the Coco Chanel and Eddie Van Halen of wedding photography all in one. She brings an elegant, couture look to the once mundane field while also adding an documentary-like rocker vibe. With her company, Bliss Video Productions, she has had the opportunity to work with celebrity clients such as Molly Shannon, Rachel Nichols and KaDee Strickland on their wedding videos.
Along with fellow videographers Bruce Patterson of Cloud Nine Creative, Jason Magbanu and Julie Hill of Elysium Productions, she is part of the Re:Frame Collective, a one-stop resource for education, leadership, community involvement, and referrals for the event filmmaking industry.
Here, Kristen* talks with us about the easiest way to personalize your wedding video, new trends in the industry and what to ask when shopping for a videographer. —Cari Wolfert
What are some new trends in videography that you hope more brides will want to incorporate into their wedding videos?
Super 8 & 16mm film is becoming more and more popular. Many brides want a more atmospheric memory of their wedding rather than a literal cinematic film. Film is perfect for this reason because