Located in Maine, USA
Taking advantage of all the beauty, music and drama you and your guests provide, I produce a story of you and the joining of your two families. Using the latest in DSLR video and audio technology, I approach each wedding as a quiet, observant filmmaker with a very intimate touch.
Liana and Michael, The Berkshires
Carloline and George, The Crane Estate
Greg and Aurelio, Portsmouth NH
Samantha & Austin, Boston Harbor Hotel
Take some time to view my work as it's the best way to understand how your wedding would feel and look. All video and audio, including music, is gathered on your day. Your family, your venue, yourselves -- that is all I'm interested in working with.
I shoot and produce these pieces from start to finish, preferring to use a 2nd photographer on the day itself and to incorporate choice still photographs in post-production. Packages are completely customized to your event and yes thanks for asking, we DO love after parties!
Please contact me directly pricing or any other questions you may have!
morgan.kirkham at gmail.com
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Fresh off its screening at the 2010 Camden International Film Festival, a film about the students of Herring Gut Learning Center, a non-profit marine education facility overlooking the harbor of Port Clyde, Maine. Disenfranchised by their experience in traditional classrooms, the students of Herring Gut find a new love for learning raising seed oysters on the coast of Maine. This film premiered at the 2010 San Francisco Ocean Film Festival.
Shot and produced by Morgan Kirkham for the Herring Gut Learning Center.
Music by Morgan Kirkham.
Despite being forced to live on a ventilator in his battle with ALS (Lou Gehrig's Disease), Mark Angelos never lost his love for good food. A huge Greek presence and great friend to those who knew him, I filmed Mark for one day in August, 2008 and came up with this piece, which is most definitely dedicated to his memory. Shot, edited and produced by Morgan Kirkham, music "Arabia" by Jerry Garcia and David Grisman.