I’m Courtney, a wedding filmmaker based in southern California. I really dig human connection, vegan junk food, the view from Mulholland Drive, tattoos with deep meaning, tattoos with no meaning, making wishes at 11:11, queer representation in media, travel videos, dance parties with toddlers, blanket forts, and The 1975. On my days off, you can find me curled up on the couch with my pup, rewatching Friends.
I create films for the wild ones, the free spirits, and the non-traditional lovers. I will craft a film for you that is true to your day, capturing your unique vibe. But it’s not just about the final video— each client I work with becomes a cherished friend. I will care for you throughout the whole process, to make your wedding a stress-free experience that you will look back on fondly.
If you’re in the Los Angeles area, I’d love to grab coffee— otherwise, let’s hop on Skype or FaceTime! Fill out my contact form and let’s get to know one another.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do you offer raw footage?
Nope! Raw footage is like a half-finished painting. It is uncolored and unpolished, not to mention difficult for you to sort through hundreds of clips. I find that what couples really want is to be able to watch their day from beginning to end. I offer a documentary edit that includes all of the footage from your day, minus the stuff that you don’t want to see (for example, if I catch you picking your nose).
Do you include drone footage?
It depends. A drone is a tool that I use to add to a story when I am able. Unfortunately it is not always possible to use my drone due to weather conditions, venue restrictions, or limitations placed by the Federal Aviation Administration.
Do you work with LGBTQ+ couples?
Wild in Lace is a proudly queer-owned business. It breaks my heart to see discrimination in the wedding industry, and I never want you to worry about finding vendors who will serve you. The most important thing to me is that my clients know they are accepted for exactly who they are. I would be honored to tell your story.