Mawwiage Films is:
An organic approach to wedding videography. Your wedding film is peeking in on this moment. It’s seeing the people, not just the faces; the unity, not just a ceremony; the personality and not just the production. The guys of Mawwiage Films are learning how to see it so that you can too. Relish | Relive | Share.
Behind Mawwiage Films are two guys.
Isaac Svensson and Morgan Lott. They met at camp. Well, sort of. They actually met at Biola University where they both studied the art of making films. But it was working at a camp – filming every day for eleven weeks in a row – where they developed a skill set that allows them to approach filming a wedding in a fresh way. At camp and now at your wedding: Faces. Moments. And a split second to capture them. It’s this experience that helps set them apart. Here’s the guys:
“Hello all. Isaac Svensson here—pictured right. I am very much pleased to be able to serve my community through film. The Hollywood film didn’t sit quite right with me, so – ear to the ground – I think I have found a way to do film that pushes for inter-personal relationships and creative diversity. I hope that as you see our work, you can feel our deep concern for the integrity and individuals at the weddings and events we film.”
“Just recently, I began really thinking about the art of on-the-fly film. The idea that moments happen one time and one time only in the entire timeline of history is a pretty intense realization, especially when you’re in the position to capture these precious moments. There is something about this idea, however, that intrigues me to the point where it has become my main interest: going out in the world and capturing once-in-a-lifetime moments on film. I hope the videos Isaac and I produce are able to take you back in time, right back to the community you were married in.”