Editors’ Choice 

Films by Andy

Beverly, 978-473-0483,

Philosophy: Films by Andy (by Andy Hansen) is motivated by the chance to share in—and document—the pure happiness of a couple’s most joyful day. 

Standout Qualities: Hansen excels at fading back to capture the natural and unexpected moments of your wedding without making participants self-conscious. Clients rave about his high-energy approach that can make his one camera seem like many more as he moves around the event to record important details and candid moments. 

What’s Unique: As he prepares for your event, Hansen asks questions that may seem silly or unexpected, but that are really intended to help him get to know you, so he can tailor his film to your individual story.


Readers’ Choice 

Courtney Kent Productions

Peabody, 978-979-9019,

Philosophy: For Courtney Kent, capturing your wedding is about telling the story of your relationship and your special day. She makes sure to capture the small details you worked so hard to include and the candid moments that are personal to you and your guests. The ultimate goal is to create a video that lets people who couldn’t attend feel like they were there. 

Standout Qualities: Kent does her best to accommodate any budget, because she believes so strongly in the importance of capturing wedding memories on video that she hates to see finances prevent couples from recording their special day. She also works fast, so you can enjoy your videos as soon as possible; a trailer video will be posted within days, and the final video will be delivered within a month. 

What’s Unique: Kent had her first wedding videography gig at the age of 12. And while she now has more experience and better equipment, her passion for filming the beauty and emotion of weddings has remained a constant. 


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