Monday, November 4, 2013

Voted BEST Wedding Video EVER (and you can have one too)!

Alyson and I found out that the BEST way to remember the most important day of your life is with a "Johnson Brand Editing" film!
The proof? See for yourself!
Just click on the link to the World's greatest wedding video
by superstar filmmaker Brian Johnson!

Even if I wasn't watching my own nuptials, the 17 minutes fly by with amazing editing, awesome animation, gorgeous graphics and perfect musical selections. We've all seen the deathly dull ones that just consist of talking heads of relatives and a stationary shot of the exchange of vows that seems to be 4 hours, only suitable for the bride and groom sitting through once, but Johnson finds the highlights, along with the important parts, adds more icing and decorations than you had on your wedding cake, and delivers the most cherished present you'll ever get!
Special thanks also go out to our hilarious friends who gave him a lot to work with! :-)
Y' see, we had a MAD magazine vibe which comes across in the film, if you're more Town and Country or Guns and Ammo, that's what be reflected in the finished time capsule.
On a side note, if you have a "Girls Gone Wild" theme,
Brian tells me there's a 10% discount!
If you'd also like the koolest keepsake of your wedded bliss, contact him to preserve your memories as only he can!


Creative editorial, Motion graphics, Sound design and illustration.
BRIAN R. JOHNSON has worked extensively in film, video and sound editing for over 20 years. He co-produced and edited the feature length "Plaster Caster," a documentary film about the life and work of renowned rock-n-roll artist and super groupie: Cynthia Plaster Caster. He also edited and sound designed “The Guilt Trip: The Vatican Takes a Holiday”, Lisa Barcy’s animated, award winning short film. Recently, he edited a music video for multi-instrumentalist Andrew Bird, also animated by Barcy.

Johnson started his advertising career in Chicago’s animation community, doing production, illustration and painting. He even illustrated a couple of pinball machines!

In 1990 he joined advertising agency Ogilvy & Mather in a full time editorial position. In 1995 Johnson moved to Avenue Edit Inc. one of Chicago's premier post production facilities. There he edited a variety national television commercials and served as post-production supervisor for many of the country's leading corporations, including General Motors, Sears Roebuck & Co, S.C. Johnson, and Mattel. In 2003 he joined legendary advertising agency, Foote, Cone & Belding (now Draftfcb) as a senior editor, continuing his efforts in parting the American people from their hard earned money.

Johnson has also made his mark in Chicago's prestigious theatre scene -- winning two Joseph Jefferson awards for sound design! And now, the artist behind your next wedding video!

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