Vendor Feature: LMV Productions – Matt Forcier

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NMWE:
How did you become a part of this industry?

 

Matt:
Back in 2010, my friend, Jamie, and his father, Ron, owned a wedding video production company called Lasting Memories Videotaping. They brought me on board to film some weddings with them, and I was instantly hooked. The emotions and excitement of someone’s wedding day are such a rush! Eight years later, I am still loving each and every moment of it!

NMWE:
What sets you apart? / What is your most valued feature about your business?

Matt:
We really try to focus on the story of the couple and all the people that share the day with them. The wedding day is more than just a bride & the groom; it’s about families and friends coming together to celebrate the most important day of that couples’ life. Of course, we love the details and the beautiful settings that we get to film, but we really feel that it’s the speeches, tears, hugs and emotions of the day are what create a wedding story.

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NMWE:
What keeps you passionate and motivated?

 

Matt:
This is an industry that is constantly changing, so staying up to date with all of the education is very motivating. Also, New England has a very tight knit Wedding Videographer community so it’s amazing to always have the opportunity to get together with other passionate wedding filmmakers and bounce ideas off one another and push each other to be the best we can be.

NMWE:
What are your desired types of couples?

 

Matt:
We like to work with couples that feel a wedding film is a priority and that see the value in making an investment in something they will cherish for the rest of their lives and will have the opportunity to look back on the words that were said and the emotions that were felt.

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Photo by: Ashley Scott Photography

NMWE:
Do you have a past favorite wedding? If yes, why is it your favorite?

 

Matt:
It is almost impossible to answer this question! We have worked with some very memorable couples and their amazing family and friends. I suppose some of the most memorable weddings have been those where we have had the opportunity to spend the entire wedding weekend with the couple and their families and have been able to see the story of their love and their wedding unfold. The joy is infectious to be around!

NMWE:
What is your best piece of advice or tip for couples planning a wedding?

 

Matt:
Whether it be your wedding planner, your photographer or your soon to be mother in law, designate someone to be the time keeper. The day can move really quickly and it is easy for timeline to fall to the wayside. We never want a bride to be the one that has to stress about time so finding someone else to do it can be very helpful! Saving plenty of time for a packed dance floor at the end of the night is essential!