Monthly Archives: July 2013

More and more each year, we have been traveling to new and different locations around New England and beyond for weddings and events. This weekend, we shed our Boston wedding videographer title and had the pleasure of covering a 20-year wedding vow renewal on beautiful Block Island in Rhode Island. The Anderson and Gelsomini families that we filmed this weekend had a great connection to the island and that really helped build a great story line. With less formalities than a traditional wedding, we spent a lot of time outside of the “party” to capture the true essence of the couple and their family. We were lucky enough to film this Block Island Wedding video at the Spring House on the Southern side of town, which is a gorgeous venue with majestic views and an tremendous wrap-around porch. The highlights of the film will definitely include the family time on the beach, the flash mob dance from Static Noyze that kicked off the dancing section of the party, and the fireworks which rivaled that of the Fourth of July! The last two items were a surprise from Nick to his wife of 20 years, Pam.

Besides the Spring House, we were able to travel around the island and look at many of the other great locations that the Island has to hold a wedding which included the Atlantic Inn, The Rose Farm Inn, The Sullivan House, and the Cushman House. We snapped pictures of some of the picturesque locations on the island that are popular for wedding photos and video like the Southeast Lighthouse, the Southeast Bluffs and Great Salt Pond which is where most of the boaters can be found. I also attached the sunrise timelapse that we captured looking over Great Salt Pond, which is already slated to be one of the opening clips of the this Block Island Wedding video. We worked with some cool vendors in Leslie Ulrich of Lesley Ulrich Photography and Chris Whitten of Coastline Entertainment. So, if your need of a wedding video on the islands, we’ll gladly take our Boston Wedding Videographer title on the road to any wedding in Block Island, Nantucket or Martha’s Vineyard.

Southeast Lighthouse Wedding Video Spring House Wedding Videographer

Martha's Vineyard Wedding Videographer Nantucket Wedding Videographer

Melissa and Daniel were a Boston couple who got married back in Melissa’s home area of Suffield, Connecticut. We met for the first time in a Italian pastry shop nearby and little did I know that it was a great choice, as Daniel had a deep, native Italian heritage. It turned out that the bride and some of us at JPod Productions actually had some mutual friends and this was quickly turning into a great connection and a potentially great Boston wedding video.

Melissa and Daniel were married in her neighboring town of Simsbury, Connecticut at St. Mary’s Church with the reception at one of the area’s most popular reception venues, the Riverview. Deacon Arthur Murray infused his great personality, while using Daniel’s Italian heritage and family accent within the ceremony. I loved Melissa’s simple and classic style with her Casablanca dress from Bella Sera Bridal. She was just such an easy-going bride with a relaxed groom to match which always makes for a pleasurable wedding day.

We got to work with Jodi Lott from Be Still Photography and Mike Paganelli from C-Zone Productions, who took care of the uplighting and DJing for the evening. The wedding had a great energy all day long and I think this highlight film really brings that energy back to life. Enjoy our most recent Boston wedding video.

Music: “Counting on You” – by Mikey Wax – licensed through

Other vendors:

Cinematographers: Jamie Podworski, Anne Newman

Editors: Mia Major, Jamie Podworski

Flowers: K + P Flowers

Limousine: Wiltshire Limousines

As Boston wedding videographers, one of the major reasons we enjoy filming wedding is that we get to meet and become friends with so many great families along the way. We love to watch their families evolve and grow through multiple family weddings and then the babies and children that follow. For JPod Productions, family is a key element to what we do.

On July 4th, as we take a break from our hectic wedding schedule, I thought it would be the appropriate time to share our family. Recently, we hired Massachusetts and Cape Cod Photographer Sarah Gallagher Studios to photograph a moment in time in our family’s life. As much as I have taken and will continue to take hundreds of photographs of our family, it was time to put the camera down and turn to a professional for a day. The greatest thing about the experience was becoming the client once again.  It was a humbling experience to feel the joy and satisfaction of capturing a moment in my family’s life as we perused through the dozens of pictures we received. The investment was priceless. It definitely has reinforced why we take so much pride in creating great family and wedding films for our families. So, on this holiday, I share our family because this is what life is all about! And, I think there maybe even a budding Boston wedding videographer in the bunch.

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