Nashville, TN (PRWEB) June 14, 2008
Lifetime Reel has one goal: to "capture the life of a loved one." At the same time, Lifetime Reel is winning the attention of many brides in the Southeast.
The documentary-style wedding video company was started in 2006 by two former Belmont students, John Price and Sam Dryden.
"We believe your wedding day is best remembered through the telling and re-telling of stories," Price said. "Lifetime Reel enables those stories to be told through high-quality, documentary style filmmaking."
By 2007, Lifetime Reel filmed and produced more than 30 wedding videos.
"As an entrepreneur, everything is a risk. This business has provided so much more than we could have ever asked for at this point in our lives," Price said.
Lifetime Reel wants to film and produce videos for over 50 weddings by the end of 2008, with only a designer/editor working with Price and Dryden. And quality is the key to success for this company.
"Over the past two years we have transformed from a company based off of creating documentaries to a business that captures the essence of people's lives. Whether it's a wedding to capture or someone's life to catch on film, Lifetime Reel provides the high quality service and care its clients expect," said Dryden.
In the only two years of Lifetime Reel's existence, some clients include, Thomas Nelson, EMI CMG, Ted Decker, Steven Curtis Chapman, Jo Dee Messina in addition to countless number of Brides.
For more information please visit http://www.lifetimereel.com.
Lifetime Reel is a Nashville based company that provides professional documenting services to those wanting to capture a loved ones' life on video as expressed in their own words and voice.