About

Hi, I'm Steve

HEY THERE! I'M STEVE, A WEDDING FILMMAKER FROM ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI. HERE ON THIS SITE, YOU'LL FIND TUTORIALS, HOW-TO GUIDES, TIPS, TRICKS, AND REVIEWS ALL AIMED AT MAKING YOU A BETTER WEDDING FILMMAKER. 

 

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Read The Blog

This is where I post all the goodies. Follow along as I relate tips, tricks, tutorials, gear reviews, and the occasional bad joke. 

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My Favorite Gear

Who doesn't love gear? Check out my favorite gear and recommendations for wedding filmmakers, and be sure to check back often.

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My Work

Want to check out some of the wedding films I've made? Follow the link below to check out my wedding production company, The Neskes.

 

My Story

It all started when I was three years old. I kept begging my dad to let me play with his camera. "No, no, no" was the answer until after approximately the 300th time I asked, he finally said, "yes." Within five minutes, I had promptly dropped it down the stairs and  broke it beyond repair. Tragedy, yes. But out of a tragedy sometimes something beautiful emerges, and so here was no exception. It marked the beginning of my life-long love affair with cameras, images, and aesthetics.

As a creative person, I grew up enamored with music and film. I thought that I wanted to be a rockstar and spent my teens learning to play guitar, and my twenties traveling the country with the boys in the band. Eventually I landed in Los Angeles with my girlfriend and our two dogs, working as an editor at a wedding film production company. 

After my girlfriend became my wife, we looked at each other and said, "Hey, why don't we stop doing this for other people and start our own company?" And thus, our wedding film production company, The Neskes, was born.. (Check it out if you like.) 

Since then, we've shot over 120 weddings (and counting). With all of this accumulated experience, I decided to take everything I've learned since jumping into the wedding game and share it, so hopefully others can avoid some of the pitfalls and misinformation that I figured out the hard way.

Of course, I'm still learning and will share my experience as I go. Hopefully you find some value in it!