We’re really excited to announce some fairly significant changes that may affect you in one way or another.
Sorlie Arts first opened its’ doors in February of 2009. Back then, all we knew is that we wanted to make really cool videos – but had little to no direction at that point other than a desire to be excellent.
In 2009, we filmed 10 weddings, some corporate videos for websites and some other cool projects that we had fun doing. The wedding side of things seemed to give us the most joy though.
Sorlie Arts was mainly Andrew working alone Monday-Friday with Emily (Andrew’s Wife) working Evenings and Weekends when not at her full-time job. For 2010, we have 17 wedding films lined up (we’re about halfway through our schedule!).
We’ve been growing into filmmakers and doing some cool new things including Same Day Edits. Check this one out…
We’ve also been doing some great corporate work for lots of companies! We have switched to a new type of camera that just blows our old one away.
But the biggest news is that Emily has recently left her full-time office job to join me (Andrew) Full Time! With Emily joining me full time, we decided to refocus our attention on our wedding films and we decided to re-name our company ‘Honey & Dear’.
Honey & Dear represents Andrew & Emily – but it also represents the couples whose weddings we film. It represents a lot of things and we love that! Sorlie Arts will no longer offer wedding films moving forward, although we’re sure it will take a while to make the switch in people’s minds.
Why are we telling you this? Well – at this point, you haven’t booked with Sorlie Arts, but we would love to meet you in person and discuss filming your wedding.
We have released our pricing for the rest of 2010 and 2011. There is a (very slight) increase to reflect the fact that Emily now works with me full time. We only work with 20 or so couples per year. We believe in what we’re doing for our couples. We hope you see your wedding film as an investment in your future. Click here to see our current pricing which is subject to change – although we’re pretty sure it will stay this way for the next year or so!
Thank you for reading and for telling all your friends about us!
Andrew & Emily Sorlie