32 years old from Provo, Utah
Started Jeremy Anderson Films in 2006.
I started making videos at the age of eight when my dad bought our family a video camera. It was one of those big suckers that recorded onto a VHS tape. I was so little that I could barely hold the thing. Honestly, once I hit record, I was hooked! I knew immediately that video was something I wanted to do with my life. After making video projects for school, stop animations, and skateboard films, I finally snagged my first wedding. My cousin was getting married! I was so excited that they wanted me to film their wedding. I loved seeing their love for each other and how happy everyone was. Capturing those pure genuine moments was like nothing I had ever done before and that made me really happy, so I’ve been filming weddings ever since. I am a lover of pretty moments. I create based on the beauty in your life and the people who help define your story. Let’s capture your love, make you a timeless film, and have tons of fun along the way!
What do you feel sets you apart from other videographers?
I’ve had over a decade’s worth of experience filming wedding videos and have worked with hundreds of couples. I’ve been obsessed with filmmaking since I can remember. I push myself to the limit and beyond to make sure each film is better than my last. I am a very fun person to be around which helps my clients feel comfortable on their wedding day.
What’s most important to you when creating a wedding film?
Having a good working relationship with my clients, and my clients photographer, is very important to me, and in my opinion is key to creating a great wedding film. Helping my clients feel comfortable on their wedding day allows me to capture genuine moments.
What do you like to do in your free time?
Make videos, take pictures, snowboard, skateboard… basically anything to get may heart pumping. I love the outdoors and being in the mountains.
I have been known to eat entire bags of lindor chocolates without sharing.
I get too excited about my videos that I can’t sleep.
I spend too much time thinking about camera equipment and pretty furniture.
I can big spin front board 270 out on my skateboard.
I can swap out lenses in the blink of an eye.
One energy bar can fuel me through a 16 hour shoot.
Feel free to contact me with any questions. I can’t wait to hear from you!