Photo: Sculpting With Time Productions
Here at Weddings in Houston, we take pride in the quality work that our vendors produce on a regular basis—not only for brides and grooms, but for the community of Houston as a whole. We have seen firsthand the hard work and dedication it takes to grow a successful business, and it is the highlight of our week when one of our clients is recognized for their time, talent and effort. Which is why we couldn’t WAIT to announce the newest accomplishment of the international award-winning cinematography studio Sculpting With Time Productions. The talented husband-and-wife duo took home THREE Lone Star EMMYs for their outstanding achievement in directing, editing and filming a remarkable 7-minute piece on the unique experience of the University of Houston football team. We are beyond impressed, but not at ALL surprised! Congratulations, Alex and Whitney! You earned it!
Weddings, sports, historical documentaries—Sculpting With Time excels at it all. Check out their breathtaking highlight film for the Weddings in Houston-featured nuptials of Cameron and Bryar here, or watch the intro to the UH Football Experience here. More of their inspiring work can be found on their website.
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Cameron & Bryar ~ October 5, 2013
There’s something to be said for spontaneity, notes bride Cameron, whose then-boyfriend Bryar “proposed completely out of the blue at my apartment on a lazy Sunday afternoon.” While the proposal may have been less than formal, the couple’s Galveston wedding was a grand celebration at the historic Tremont House hotel, where 300 guests enjoyed gourmet Texas specialties—seafood gumbo, shrimp and grits, beef brisket—along with DIY Champagne cocktails, glamorous boas, and dancing on a magnificent monogrammed white dance floor. The bride’s favorite memory? “Dancing a father-daughter dance to ‘My Girl.’”
Names: Cameron Dunn & Bryar Johnson ~ Number of Guests: 300 ~ Venue: The Tremont House~ Wedding Theme: rustic-chic ~ Flowers & Decor: Darryl & Co. ~ Cake: Susie’s Cakes & Confections ~ Photography: Adam Nyholt Photographer ~ Videography: Sculpting With Time Productions ~ Registry: Kuhl-Linscomb ~ Honeymoon: Hawaii
And be sure to check out the awesome wedding video from Sculpting With Time Productions!
Cameron + Bryar | Highlight Film from Sculpting With Time Productions on Vimeo.
When acclaimed Houston wedding videographers Alex Douglas and Whitney Henderson, of award-winning Sculpting With Time Productions, said their own “I do’s,” it was with glorious Palm Beach, Fla., as their backdrop. The couple’s wedding, with its Royal Poinciana Chapel Gardens ceremony and gorgeous Flagler Museum reception, is so utterly sigh-inducing, we’ll just go ahead and let photographer Jess Barfield’s stunning pix speak for themselves. Visit Barfield’s blog for more beautiful images of this wondrous wedding. And while you’re at it, check out Alex Douglas’s award-winning documentary “The Passage,” on the incredible history and modern-day significance of the Panama Canal, which took Best Cinematographer honors at the Harlem International Film Festival and will have its West Coast premiere on Jan. 30th at Opening Night of the huge Santa Barbara International Film Festival, where it is nominated for the Social Justice award (and where this year’s speakers include Oprah Winfrey, Martin Scorsese and Leonardo DiCaprio, to name a few).
And don’t forget to visit Sculpting With Time at the Sunday, Jan. 26 I Do! Bridal Soiree at the Royal Sonesta Hotel Houston to congratulate the newlyweds in person…and tap into their extraordinary filmmaking talents to document your own unforgettable day!
Photos: : Jess Barfield Photography