Eloise saw my work during a wow the bride event at the Renissance Event Hall, I’m a featured vendor there. She completely fell in love with my style and immediately setup a meeting to screen some films at my studio. The Ceremony took place at MT. Sinai Cathedral http://www.mountsinaicathedral.org , with the ceremony coordinator Star Robinson Lewis. Photography was done by Eric. Snell Design “http://www.esnelldesign.com/photography-portfolio-2012.html“ and the reception was at the Renissance Event Hall. One of my favorite places to film is at The Renissance Event Hall, the food was fantastic with a home cook feel and taste to it. Teresa was an awesome host to the party. Very polite and attentive. The lighting during the dancing was very dramatic and led to great footage for the trailer. The DJ used was The Sound connection and did great work. It was a beautiful wedding with such a great couple. A few weeks after we I met with the Eloise and Karel at Dumbo Brooklyn to interview them and film them as a married which led me to produce this wedding trailer.I love wedding trailers. They are simple and fun! It’s always nice to create something for the couple before the delivery of the final film, it truly does satisfy their hunger to see their film before they get the film in their hands. Usually 3-4 minutes in length, trailers are a perfect addition to you wedding film; they are great for sharing to friends and family through Facebook, email or text. Marvin Suarez Films incorporates a unique style in producing a wedding trailer; we get personal by interviewing the couple and mix it up with footage from the day. We always try to stretch what’s possible in producing a wedding film; wedding films are truly and art form so there is no wrong or right way in making them but certainly every wedding cinematographer has their own style. In this trailer I introduce to you Karel & Eloise. A beautiful couple with a great story. Enjoy!