- Amy Johnson is a five time Emmy winner, multi-time Emmy nominee, and Owner/Creative Director of Captivate Digital Cinema and One Fine Day Productions. She is the Graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a degree in Fine Arts and Graphic Design. Johnson has been creating cinematic wedding films targeting the luxury wedding market since 2002. She formed Captivate Digital Cinema in 2011 to cater to the commercial world.
Johnson’s work has been featured on MLB.com, Style Me Pretty, Ruffled, and Martha Stewart Weddings. Johnson’s family heritage includes numerous artists, including her grandfather, who was a graphic designer for Capitol Records and designed album art for Frank Sinatra. Her father is a painter and sculptor, her sister is a photographer and her brother is a cinematographer. Her two year old son, Jack, is obsessed with her camera equipment – she is hoping he will take over the business some day!
What clients are saying:
“Oh my word. Is this real??
“I cannot believe how amazing it is, have I not been there I might have doubted its validity…it’s dreamy, just as for you…
“That was OUT OF CONTROL.
“This is. The most. Unbelievable wedding video I have ever seen in my life. I don’t even have words.
“This should be winning an award somewhere. Like, an award from life. It’s simply exquisite. It’s a dream.”
I will never be able to describe the feeling in my heart when I see this video.
The Pabst Brewing Company
The Big Ten Network
National Federation of State High School Associations
Universal Dance Association
University of Wisconsin Athletics
Martha Stewart Weddings
The Wedding Library
Attendees will learn:
• details about how we prepare before the wedding, what we do upon arrival, and how we make sure we capture exactly what we want during the prep time
• live demonstrations showcasing methods for capturing beautiful footage in any situation (bridal details, hair/make up, bride dressing, groom dressing)
• technical details such as lighting/audio and how to “direct” and take control of the situation without becoming too obtrusive
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