In this episode of the Hindsight Bride Podcast, I interview Meg Simone — a New England Wedding Videographer who has a storytelling style that focuses just as much on relationships and emotional details as she does on the reception decor. In her own words, Meg creates “timeless and classic wedding films with an organic, natural, and realistic approach, to be enjoyed for generations to come.”
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She is the recipient of the Lucent Award for Best Picture, (NYC Wedding Film) – IN[FOCUS] 2013 and has been voted one of the 25 most influential event filmmakers in the world. – Event DV Magazine, 2011. In this podcast, we discuss:
- Some photographers and videographers pride themselves on being “friends” with their brides. Is this really necessary?
- When should a bride book her videographer?
- What should brides look for in wedding videos?
- What are some red flags couples should look out for when hiring a wedding videographer?
- Are those vendor questionnaires brides find in wedding planning books and in magazines a useful place to start a conversation with vendors?
- What advice can you give brides working on a budget?
- What do you wish brides and couples knew before their wedding that they always seem to learn the hard way?
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Meg Simone is a distinguished member of the Mountainside Guide, an exclusive vendor directory featuring the best and most reliable mountain wedding vendors in North America. Mountainside Guide members are screened and vetted for quality of work, reliability, and professionalism, both among their peers and on review web sites. See Meg Simone’s portfolio HERE.