One of the hottest couples in the wedding and event filmmaking scene is Eugene and Heather Brown, or just “Eugene and Heather.” Based out of Nashville, TN, they have quickly risen to become one of the highest paid wedding filmmakers in their area. They have a pretty large social media following too and frequently teach (they will be one of the guest speakers at next year’s In[Focus] Video Event.) Lately they’ve been shifting their brand and their business to focus on music industry related videos. In this week’s show, we’ll talk about their rise to glory, secrets to their success, the importance of branding, and what it’s like working with your spouse. We’ll also get into the controversial topic of wedding photographers dissing wedding videographers. Don’t miss it.
This show is co-produced by Dan Rollins of LiveWire Films. The music used in this week’s sponsor segments was “Audeamus,” graciously provided by Clocks and Clouds. Learn more about their unique fusion of classical music and rock instrumentals and www.clocksandcloudsmusic.com. They are a great source for indie filmmakers to get amazing and unique music for your productions.
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