New Yorker, organic farmer, onetime government bean counter, former NYU film student, foodie, lover of learning, volunteer firefighter, husband.
Paperweight Films’ Lead Cinematographer and Editor.
California native, professional dancer/choreographer, amateur floral arranger, expert vegan baker, student of drums, curator of treasures, wife.
Paperweight Films’ Creative Director.
Together, we bring a combination of creativity, compassion, adventure and commitment to everything we do. Especially making films.
The first time we met in New York City, we held hands. Since then, we’ve been side-by-side through school, long distances, career changes, achievements, failures, and even life on a small farm. We love cooking, watching movies, riding bikes to the farmer’s market, spending time with our families, lying on the beach, finding new restaurants, and sleeping in. We’re in year three of our marriage, and try to spend every day loving, learning, and laughing together.
David’s talent behind the lens, and Lindsay’s unbridled love of all things wedding make this a natural fit. But it took a little while for us to figure it out. Before our own wedding, we were each involved in very different pursuits. When we decided to tie the knot and jumped into planning our celebration, we were surprised at how much it felt like we were working with friends, not vendors (friendors?), who were genuinely excited for us. With that inspiration, and a few timely opportunities, we decided to launch our own business.
We are passionate about making beautiful, honest, and emotional films for couples, all while providing them with the comfort and feel of working with a friend. Our films are observant, emotional, warm, and honest. To achieve this, we take a fly-on-the-wall, documentary approach to filming a wedding and are committed to being unobtrusive. We believe that the best, truest moments come alive on camera this way.
We firmly believe that weddings should be documented, not set-up or recreated. During your wedding, we won’t run down the aisle with Steadicam vests, you’ll never have to hit a “mark,” and we’ll never ask for a second “take” of your first look.
We’d love to learn more about you, your story, and how we can be a part of documenting your wedding.