Life’s a funny thing. I never in a million years dreamt that I would become a professional videographer. Back when I was in college, I wanted to be a physical therapist or a sports medicine practitioner.
I fell in love with filmmaking rather accidentally.
One day, a friend who worked in film needed help on a set. I volunteered. And that was it – I was hooked.
I went into media production and started learning everything I could, from audio engineering to TV and film production.
I set up Soul Sauce, a video production company that creates stand-out content for brands like Titelist, Reebok, Puma, and Lacoste. Aside from fashion and sports film, I’ve also captured music videos in over 100 roaring stadiums all over the US.
So, that’s when I got into wedding videography. I love telling stories about two individuals: the paths they’ve trod that’s led them to each other and the adventure they’re setting out on together.
And I can’t wait to do the same for you.
A soulful creative who’s fuelled by curiosity and led by imagination, Troy is always innovating at every step of the product process. He’s a UMass Amherst graduate, hailing from Melrose, MA. He’s also the biggest Celtics fan you’ll ever meet, has a head full of the most obscure facts, and knows how to create one hell of a wedding video
Soon, I was flat-out telling love stories. Moon Blossom grew faster than I could keep up with. I knew I couldn’t give my couples the service and wedding video they deserved if I continued working solo.
People often ask me whether they should invest in a wedding video. There are so many different factors to consider when deciding whether or not you should go for it. But I can only speak from my own experience: I’ve never regretted investing in a wedding video.
I love watching my wedding video. Not just because it was the happiest day of my life but because it captures treasured moments in a way that photography can’t.
Shortly after we were married, my father-in-law passed away. It means so much to my wife that she can relive those precious moments with her dad, to see his smile again at the touch of a button.
Film is even more important to me now that I’m a dad of two. Time is going so fast. My kids are changing before my very eyes. But I’m so grateful that I’ve got a ton of footage that captures them exactly as they are and celebrates every life stage.