Posts tagged GoPro Events
#GivingTuesday - Jennifer Gowers

I think she might be the hardest working person in the entire event industry.  She (and her team, as she will quickly point out) manage multiple venues while being a huge advocate of Birmingham.  It is not uncommon for Jennifer Gowers of GoPro Event Solutions to go home at 2 in the early morning and be back at it by 6:00 a.m. 

In between all of that, Jennifer is constantly volunteering her services for a wide range of missions.  From finding homes for dogs (including serving with the Greater Birmingham Humane Society) to helping with the homeless in Birmingham (working with the Jimmie Hale Mission and countless others), she works tirelessly 7 days a week.  

She is the current board chair for Pathways, which is a Birmingham organization that serves homeless woman and children. Not only do the people at Pathways give these women a place to live, but also teach them life skills so they can transition into other housing. It really is a one of a kind organization.  

Remember how the purpose of this blog series was about #GivingTuesday being #GivingEveryday?  Well, she is a wonderful example of that.  Hats off to you, lady!

Main Street Productions will become Cinepear in January 2016.


Katerina and Joseph | BridgeStreet Gallery & Loft | Downtown Birmingham Wedding Video

From the bride…"Oh. my. goodness!! Thank you both so much! That was the MOST wonderful gift. We could not be more thankful. We absolutely LOVE it."

Editor: Chris Carr | Bride's Dress: Lazaro from Bella Couture in Birmingham, AL | Bridesmaid's Dresses: David's Bridal | Formal Wear: J. Crew  | Photographer: J. Woodbury Photography | Cake: Olexa'sCatering: Savoie Catering | Flowers: HotHouse Design Studio |  Venue: BridgeStreet Gallery & Loft (managed by GoPro Events) | Wedding Day Hair: Mary Jane Clements | DJ:  Amerson Events | Lighting: Amerson Events | Transportation: Coats Classic Cars


Angela S. Deaver | Main Street Productions | Birmingham Wedding Videographer

"It’s a beginning and an ending, it’s glorious and sad, and it’s intimate and public.  In your lifetime there will be few milestones that will change the course of your future more than your wedding day. Main Street Productions understands and believes in the emotions of life. We bring these emotions to our art and look forward to presenting you a glimpse into your own past." - John Deaver, Main Street Productions

Jessica + Slade: Riverchase UMC & Matt Jones Art Gallery

Beautiful, Jessica and the not so bad Slade (kidding!!) were married at Riverchase UMC on Saturday. We had the opportunity to with with Greg Hawkins of Studio G.  His photos are always amazing!  They never disappoint!

For the wedding reception, we went to one of our favorite reception sites, the Matt Jones Art Gallery!  The place is just naturally beautiful!  And is always managed perfectly by the GoPro team.
Here is a clip of Slade and Jessica sharing their first dance!

Stephanie + Steven: Double Oak CC/LincPoint
A couple of weeks ago we were honored to be a part of the wedding of a great couple and their families.  Stephanie and Steven were married at Double Oak Community Church under the direction of Beverly Andrews with Engaging Celebrations.  It was actually Beverly's home church, so her husband, Jim, was running the sound and light board.  I do have a special thanks to him for upping the lighting just a bit for a light greedy videographer!!! Hee Hee.


After the very romantic ceremony, we all traveled over to LincPoint.  This was our first time working at this venue!  After 7 years, we don't get to work at new venues often, so it was so much fun!  Andy Tolar, Design Productions, had transformed this area into a beautiful masterpiece.  It was amazing! Geoff, with Jamm Entertainment provided the entertainment for the evening and kept everyone dancing!   


If you are a follower of our blog, then you know that I LOVE to post sneak peak clips for our couples.  Normally, I will post fun dancing or a small edited portion of the couple's 1st sighting on the blog, this time I decided to post getting ready footage.  I didn't include all of the details from this couple's day in this edit (ie. wearing funny glasses with a mustache that moves up and down so that the her dad wouldn't cry when he saw her in her dress). One of my favorite clips is the expression on the bride's sister's face after putting on the veil.  How neat it must be to have a sister!