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Ben Sauls


Lead Filmmaker   Editor

Growing up I loved playing sports and spent almost all of my time outside. After a serious injury that disabled my ability to walk properly for 4 months, I spent a lot of time watching videos that would make me feel happy, inspired, and emotional.


I fell in love with the ability video had to evoke an emotion in me. From that point on I decided I would watch every youtube tutorial and study every film to learn how to tell a story through moving pictures.


I didn’t want to simply record events like weddings, sports, and vacations, I wanted the viewer to actually feel what it was like to be there. After years of learning how to create videos, I found out that everybody has a story to tell and I could be the one to help tell it in a way that it will never be forgotten.

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My entire life has had a strong focus around film. From a young age, my favorite pastime has been watching movies. I find myself picking apart each movie’s individual design aspects in its filmmaking and admiring how every film has its own unique personality.

As I grew up, I had strong interests in making my own “movies” in the form of skits, mostly during my time in high school. My high school filmmaking experience not only caused me to be a better filmmaker, but also a better person. I always strive to improve myself and I believe filmmaking helps me achieve this.

Videography and editing are my passions, and I pour all of my time and energy into making all of my projects excellent. Getting to make videos every day has been a dream of mine my entire life and I hope others can see that passion through my projects.

Nathaniel Sheppard


Filmmaker  Editor

Lauren Smith


Filmmaker  Editor

At a young age, my dad and I would bond over watching movies together. Specifically, Disney movies. I remember as a little girl feeling encapsulated by the beauty, love, and magic on screen. I tried to replicate these feelings through drawings, paintings, and, of course, home movies on an early 2000s palmcorder camera.  

These attempts to mimic these feelings through video would continue into my high school years where I convinced my teacher to allow me to present a video that I made instead of speaking in front of the class because I felt like I could translate an emotion better through videography.  

Fast forward to my college years at UofSC, I decided to dedicate my education to Media Arts, which encompasses media history, videography, editing, and design, among other areas of media culture. 

Now, I have the privilege of working alongside my fiancé, Ben, and one of our good friends, Nate, to capture that same feeling that I had as a little girl watching princess movies and relay it to you in a time capsule. in video form, of you and your partner on y'all's wedding day. 

See what we're like on the wedding day!

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