Sonnet & Song Wedding Films is a wedding videography service based in Hamilton, Ontario. This business, owned and operated by Art Commisso and Jay Costa, strives to provide newlyweds with personal and carefully crafted wedding films. They are very aware that the key to creating breathtaking end products is to tell each couple’s story with purpose and style.
Combining a trio of styles, Sonnet & Song Wedding Films can create cinematographic products that are multifaceted and comprehensive. Whether they are producing short pieces or extended features, they draw on their comfort to harness storytelling and cinematic approaches. A variety of packages are available from these videographers, meaning that couples can choose the one that best suits them. The Always option offers six hours of coverage from a single professional plus a three-minute video and digital files. The Forever bundle includes 10 hours of coverage, a six-minute end product, two individuals to document the occasion, plus a USB memento. The Eternity selection is the most inclusive package available as it offers full-day coverage, an eight-minute video, a teaser trailer, plus everything from the Forever package. For those who would like to avail of the optional extras, a variety is offered by Sonnet & Song Wedding Films:
- Multiple-location sessions
- Several cameras
- Additional hours
Additional hours, client revisions, high-def video, highlight video, liability insurance, multiple locations, save the date
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Meet the Team
The hardest story to tell is always your own, so here goes nothing! My name is Art. Let’s just soak in the irony for a second. Or is it serendipity?
I grew up in Burlington and was raised by an insanely loving and supportive family who always pushed me to explore my passions. When I learned how to play piano by ear on a dollar store toy, they signed me up for lessons. When I showed an interest in drumming, well, they regretted every day of my adolescent years after that. This led to an irreversible string of creative pursuits that in retrospect, ultimately led me to where I am today -Sipping on this home made, double shot Americano. Black. Slightly below room temperature. Typing up the always dreaded “about me” page for my new wedding film company.
Currently, I live in Stoney Creek, with my crazy adorable Boston Terrier, Troia. When I’m not filming weddings and working as a freelance video editor, I spend my spare time at the gym (camera gear is heavy), enjoying all the meals at some of Hamilton’s amazing restaurants and dog cafes (she is truly spoiled, I know) or seeing what old stuff is new at the local antique markets. I’m a lover of interesting design, vintage camera lenses and vinyl records.
Now that you know about me, what’s your story?
30-485 Green Rd l8e 6a7 Hamilton (Ontario)