The Borrowed & Blue jacket was featured at a wedding in Lemoyne, Nebraska.
Bride & Groom: @_chelseafoust_ @m1foust
Jacket: @theborrowedandblueproject @wildandwedevents @theveronicascripts
Check out our interview with Alisha of @alishalcerny below!
The Borrowed & Blue Project (TBBP): What initially attracted you to becoming a videographer?
Alisha (A): I've always thought watching home videos was the coolest. Looking back at memories was so much fun, but being able to watch my mom and dad as new parents, and see my grandparents a lot younger and hear them speak and laugh and move was just the ultimate way to experience our memories to me. I also have a passion for all things weddings. It brings me so much joy to be able to encapsulate the best day of couple's lives in a cinematic fashion, to look back and share for generations to come.
TBBP: How long have you been a videographer?
A: 2 years.
TBBP: Is this your full time job?
A: No, I am a director at our local TV station and have my videography business on the side.
TBBP: Where are you based?
A: Lincoln, NE.
TBBP: How many weddings do you typically film per year?
TBBP: What is the average investment clients make in your services?
TBBP: What is the average size wedding you film?
A: 200 guests.
TBBP: How would you describe your film style?
A: I try and customize my films to fit each couple. My filmmaking style is authentic and cinematic. I present your day to tell your story and I present it in an artistic fashion.
TBBP: What are your top five favorite places you've traveled for weddings?
A: Rocky Mountain National Park, Palm Springs, Minnesota, Lake MacCoughney, NE and Lincoln/Omaha, NE. I will travel anywhere!
TBBP: How far in advance do clients typically book you?
A: 1 year to 1 1/2 years out.
TBBP: What is your typical turnaround time?
A: 3-4 months.
TBBP: What is your cancellation policy?
A: If the couple decides to cancel, the 50% booking deposit is non-refundable. If I have to cancel because I cannot provide the agreed upon services, or cannot find another trusted vendor to film for me, then the deposit will be refunded.
TBBP: What is one one thing future clients would be surprised to learn about you?
A: I was super sporty growing up playing everything from soccer to volleyball. I was starting setter for our varsity high school volleyball team and I'm only 5'2" so needless to say I never could really play front row!
TBBP: Is there anything else you'd like to share?
A: I absolutely love what I do. I think videography is one of the most important investments you can make for your wedding day. You can look back at your wedding decades from now and hear your vows again, and see your spouse cry and watch your wedding parties funny dance moves. My goal is to provide these memories to each couple so they feel the emotions of their wedding day all over again every time they watch their film.