My name is Chip Dizárd (pronounced Diz Hard). Weddings are my passion; photographing, filming, producing and distributing them are the way I choose to express that.
I love to create a visual experience by telling a story through the moving image. This gives the audience a chance to relive the emotion and sensation of an event.
I feel most alive when I feel the camera in my hands. When I point at a subject, the subject becomes alive.
What I love most is holding my camera and being the DP, director of photography, just like in films.. My cameras are my tools; wedding and event movies are my form of artistic expression.
The bride and groom are the stars, I am merely the observer, creating a wedding video in a cinematic style. My specialty is a stylish, slightly stylized video. I don’t want to simply record the events of the day in an obvious and plain way. I want to create a modern, clean, and interesting video. A video that will hold your interest every time, all the time.
I capture the feelings and emotions of the wedding or event day. I certainly won’t miss recording the beauty: the bride in her gown, the flowers, the decoration, the cake—everything you chose with such care. I’ll also find the colors and light, the movement, the sounds, the music, and the scene changes.
But above all, it’s the emotions and feelings, the smiles, laughter, and even the happy tears that I wish to preserve, the essence of a beautiful relationship saved as precious memories of your wedding.
People ask me if I get tired of filming weddings. Absolutely not! I never tire of my art. Whether it’s a religious wedding, non-religious, ethnic, traditional, or non-traditional, each wedding is unique. It’s as if I’m watching something happen for the first time. And the truth is, I am. Your wedding happens just once and I’m privileged to create your wedding video for you.
When I’m not filming a wedding, working on editing or teaching other videographers I love going to movies, which, I suppose, is not a surprise. I also like playing golf, and of course, being with my family.