Jamie + Bradley: Wedding Highlights from Temple Israel in West Bloomfield, MI

Jamie and Bradley were married at an awe-inspiring ceremony at Temple Israel in West Bloomfield. As we were shooting the ceremony, I stood there thinking, “Oh my gosh… this Rabbi has not only an amazing speaking voice – but his words were so rich and poetic.” The day was full of touching moments… Jamie’s father Saul was remembered in some pretty neat ways throughout the day including a memorial light at the temple – which was awesome. Seeing the love and support of friends and family was very encouraging.

Jessica and Nate were the photogs and captured some great stuff.

Entertainment was provided by Nouveaute and they did a fine job of rockin’ the place…



Founder of Epic Motion, Ryan Koral has always had a passion for people and their stories. Having been married for over 13 years, he has experienced the challenges and the rewards of marriage. He believes in the mission behind each of the wedding films that Epic Motion crafts: to create something that inspires couples toward love and each other.

Comments 2

  1. Jamie

    You guys did an amazing job with our video, in the last 2 hours i have cried like a baby, got goosebumps on my arms, and laughed harder than i have in a long time. Your gift is our gift, and im so glad we have this memory captured forever. Every couple should be so lucky to book you for their wedding-you are a class act.
    ps: i totally forgot about the “wiz” comment until i saw the outtakes…cracked us up! Thank you!

  2. Rodman

    OK. So I watched this all the way through. Twice. And then Kim came in and we watched it again. Dude. I mean, you so rocked the edit on this one. I have some particularly favorite shots. Perhaps the best shot was during the ceremony sequence, the shot with the little house ringy thing and the bride racked out in the background. That was too sweet. I also liked the outside sequence in the “Let It Rain” piece.

    The Rabbi was completely sweet and amazing. It wasn’t just his words but his tonality was perfect and you captured the audio flawlessly. You chose the right words and squeezed them into the breakdowns spot on.

    Great edit. Great shoot. Great emotion. Well done lad. You move to the front of the class today.

    You pal-


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