March 4, 2019 /
Vendor Spotlight: Moontage Films
“Do you have any videographers you can recommend?” This is one of the very, very most frequent questions we get. From both clients and vendors. And you know what? Yes, yes, we have a few videographers we can recommend. 🙂 One of the things that we love the most about our Vendor Spotlight is that we get to know some of our friendors (vendors that are friends) a little bit better than we knew them before. And of course, pass them and their amazing talents along to our clients.
Have you ever heard the saying that every time you purchase from a small business owner there’s someone on the other side doing a happy dance? It’s an absolutely true statement. Except for Steve Yang, from Moontage Films. We’re 99% sure that Steve jumps for joy every single time someone decides to use him as their wedding videographer.
And if we’re being honest? We jump for joy too every time one of our clients tells us that they’ve decided to use Moontage Films as well. Steve’s work is classic, clean, not overly scripted. But above all? It really, really showcases the couple and their love. Every one of his wedding videos is tailed to the couple, and we love how he manages to put everything together. And Steve is honestly just one of the sweetest humans we’ve ever met.
We could keep gushing over Steve all day long. But, instead of that, we’re going to let him tell you a little bit about himself instead. Meet Steve, friends!
Vendor Spotlight | Moontage Films
Who are you?
“My name is Steve Yang and I am the owner/producer of Moontage Films :)”
How did you get started?
“I was introduced into wedding cinema after I graduated from film school. I learned, filmed, and edited at a well-known production company in the San Francisco Bay area. I started my own business in Los Angelos. In the summer of 2016, I moved my business to Kansas City.”
What motivates you to do what you do?
“I think wedding videos can be fully crafted by me. Yes, by me and my assistants! I love to build the relationship with my brides and grooms, from the beginning to the final videos. I can fully control the quality, compared with the real film industry. I love what I am doing now.”
What’s one thing you wish clients would ask?
“Everything! I want my clients to ask anything about the video. If they ask more, that means they really care about their wedding video. If they feel like they just want a video, then I would say I may not be their best candidate.”
What’s one tip for a bride and groom planning their wedding day?
“Put more budget on the vendors you want. If you like flowers, then spend more money on the floral. If you don’t care about something then don’t even think about it.”
What’s your favorite thing about what you do?
“I consider filming a wedding as my weekly exercise lol.”
Do you have any hobbies or fun stories you want to share?
“I have driven through I-70, I-80, and I-40 from the West Coast to Kansas City….traveled through the entirety of Utah.”
Check out some of Steve’s videos here:
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