The closest Mr. Eel and I could probably get to being on TV would be as extras on Hawaii Five-O. Our wedding video will be our first time on a big (television) screen. Since we’re not experienced with being in front of a camera, we knew we needed a videography team that could transform nothing into something. Mr. Eel and I do not kid ourselves into thinking we are professionals at anything other than being the silly couple we are.
Personal Photo // Just another day in the life of the Eels
At first I actually thought videography was an expense we could cut. How often would we watch our wedding video anyway? I talked to a lot of our married friends, and of those who’d hired a videographer, absolutely none of them regretted the additional expense. Of those that hadn’t hire a videographer, however, a lot of them regretted not having one. The kelp that broke the Eels’ backs was Mr. Eel telling me having a videographer was important to him. That’s settled, then—a videographer we will have! But who do we hire?