It was wonderful to see our best friends Dana & Brandon tie the knot! Sarah & I were so happy to be in this wedding and it was a blast to shoot video throughout the day, and piece together this showcase of their love! Their marriage took place at the awesome Imperial Centre for Arts & Sciences in Rocky Mount, NC. Our friend Kelly from Anchored in Love was there to capture their wedding day photography and you can check out her work by clicking here.
We were fortunate enough to be there when these two got engaged, and to do an engagement photo shoot with them back in the Spring. So be sure to check that out too!
This was such a wonderful wedding to be a part of!
Erin & Kyle are a fantastic couple who wanted a low key wedding in Carolina Beach. They got their wish at this cute location on the canal. The wind and rain tried, but there was no messing up this awesome union. Enjoy some photos from their wedding day below!
River Whyless is an incredibly talented four piece band with a very unique sound based out of Asheville, NC. As one of our favorite bands, we have seen them on many occasions, and shot many of their shows. In April, I had the pleasure of shooting video of the entire River Whyless performance at Bourgie Nights in downtown Wilmington, NC. The always awesome Rick Badger and Patrick Shea shot as well in order to cover everything from multiple angles. I edited the live video below for their song “Life Crisis,” check it out!
Thanks to Sean from Bourgie Nights for running sound and letting us grab the board audio!
“Life Crisis” at Bourgie Nights in Wilmington, NC 4-18-2015
Shot By: Bradley Pearce, Patrick Shea, and Rick Badger
Edited By: Bradley Pearce
Audio: Zoom H4N
Cameras: Canon 6D, 5D mkII, GH4, GoPro Hero4
Sarah & I travelled up to Raleigh for SPARKcon this year and participated in the street painting festival for the first time since 2012. In honor of Sarah’s birthday, we made a “Birthday Totoro” drawing on Fayetteville Street in downtown Raleigh. I captured some photos and video during the process and decided to make this fun little video that also features some other parts of the festival. Hope you enjoy!
We had so much fun documenting the Codington Elementary School Empty Bowl Project!
The Empty Bowl Project is a grassroots movement that has helps to end hunger. Since 1990, this artistic project has been working hard towards that goal and this is the second year in a row that the Codington Elementary School Service Club has contributed by hosting it’s own event to raise money for Nourish NC.
Led by our very own Sarah Pearce, the Service Club created their bowls and held the event on September 17, raising over $750 and receiving an amazing amount of food donations to help battle hunger locally.