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San Angelo Wedding Video – Movie Poster

Here is a little marketing artwork we created for the January wedding show.

The Story of Love Movie Poster

The Story of Love Movie Poster

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-Derrick Perrin

Marathon Texas Wedding Video – Gage Hotel

Selby & Wes Genz married on August 25, 2012.  They had fallen in love with the Big Bend area of Texas and chose to share it with their family and friends.

Shelby & Wes Wedding Highlight – Gage Hotel from San Angelo Wedding Video.

Marathon, Texas wedding highlight film. Shelby and Wes wanted their closest friends and family to enjoy West https://vimeo.com/58769152/settings/embedTexas and the Big Bend. These two had a beautiful wedding day.
Church – First Methodist Church – Marathon, Texas
Reception – Gardens at the Gage Hotel in Marathon, Texas

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San Angelo Wedding Video

Kendra & Derrick Perrin

Wedding Film at Trinity’s Parker Chapel

Sarah & Jason choose the Parker Chapel on the campus of Trinity University as the beautiful backdrop of their wedding. One of the best touches of their wedding day was the personalized wedding voles. The voles help tell their sorry and let their guest into the story of how they fell in love and got to this chapter life together.

We hope you enjoy their wedding film.
-Kendra & Derrick Perrin
San Angelo Wedding Video

Fun Shoot With Classic Cars

In the fall of 2010 we headed up to New England to shoot a little film involving two classic cars.  Our first stop was Hollis, New Hampshire.  We shot for a day around the Lull Farms.  Dave and his crew there were so nice to give us full access to their farm and the orchard.   The next two days were spent in Stowe, Vermont and on the campus of Dartmouth College.  Our last day as spend driving the Kancamagus Highway in New Hampshire.

When all the shooting was done we were able to relax in Camden, Maine.

Family in Maine - By Gray Photography

Take Care,

Kendra, Grason & Derrick Perrin

Wedding Video Update

San Angelo Wedding Video and an update about Meadowlark Films, Juliette for the CC7D Film Project.

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