Like many, for Jason and his wife the week of September 11, 2001 will forever be a time that changed perspective about the world we live in. They were just about one month shy of welcoming their first born and in deep question with their decision to bring new life into a world of such uncertainty. It was that very weekend that Jason was asked to film someone's wedding, something he had never done or thought of doing. This was the beginning of an amazing transformation from feelings of hopelessness to being enthralled in the notion of focusing on something as wonderful and positive as someone’s wedding.
It was love at first sight and he set out to gain as much experience as he could. After a year or so of freelancing for other studios he learned so much about weddings, their uniqueness and his longing and ability to cultivate and establish lasting relationships. He saw an incredible opportunity to work through some of the feelings and misunderstandings associated with having one's wedding filmed that deterred clients from understanding its potential and investing in this incredible keepsake. And so his commitment to this vision began, and Boston Wedding Films (BWF) was born. He worked endlessly to help clients understand the incredible value of having amazing images and audio tracks and that their comfort and experience should be just as wonderful.
In just a few years Jason reached a pivotal point with increased demand for BWF. He made the decision to expand and create a company of talented and dedicated individuals that share these common values. “I am incredibly fortunate to surround myself and build a company with others who have served as mentors to me over the years,” said Jason. Today he has transitioned his focus from producing films to managing the business and working closely with the team and clients to ensure the incredible brand associated with BWF remains. Although BWF has experienced an incredible evolution since its beginning, our perspective when clients express their unexpected thrill and gratitude remains the same. “After all it is their wedding. They deserve nothing less.”