Located in Ottawa, Ontario, Reading Light Pictures is a company that specializes in film and video production for weddings and businesses in the area. Owner Steven Carey is an independent filmmaker who created this business back in 2016 to create the most magnificent weddings films for brides and grooms. Contact Steven today to book your wedding videographer and receive a beautiful film from your day.
Steven's services include a 15-20 minute highlight reel with bloopers, save the date video, personalized video invitations, additional hours, high-def video and multiple locations for shooting. He can create wedding films for couples in Ottawa, Montreal, Hawkesbury, Kingston, Gananoque and Brockville.
Reading Light Pictures also offers other services which include custom-tailored videos for corporate events, creatives, real estate tours, social media and much more!
Additional hours, high-def video, highlight video, multiple locations, save the date
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Meet the Team
Growing up, I would make home movies, utilizing friends and family as actors. I wrote and directed my first short horror movie when I was 10 years old and, by the age of 18, had completed 7 video productions, ranging from short films, skateboard videos and finally, in my senior year of high school, my first feature-length movie entitled ‘Vietlawn’. This war satire was produced as a passion project wrangling the help of 35 family and friends as actors, filming over a period of 2 months and incorporating the use of many creative solutions for ultra low-budget special effects.
Although Vietlawn is nothing to write home about, I identify this experience as the key turning point in my career pursuits. All plans of pursing a career in engineering vanished overnight as I set my sights on filmmaking.
After graduating high school, I applied to the Film & Video Program at York University. Facing fierce competition, I was one of 62 people to be accepted into the program from an initial group of over 900 candidates. In 2003, I graduated from the film program at York having worked in a variety of crew roles in 20 films and videos, for which 5 of them he wrote and directed.
To this day, writing and directing are my passions within the industry and the career path for which I invest all of my creative energy and artistic vision.
1185 St. Laurent Blvd K1K 3B7 Ottawa (Ontario)