Before we start your story.
Let us tell you a little about ours.

My wedding videography services extend to Orange County, Temecula, San Diego, and beyond. But more important than the places I go are the stories I tell. I’m not a fan of formulas. Rather than trying to cram your wedding into a preset mold, I incorporate creative shots while filming and make edits that are meant to highlight the unique connection the two of you share. If that sounds like what you’re looking for, I would be honored to be considered as your Orange County wedding videographer...and if we happen to develop the kind of friendship that leads to tagging each other in memes on Instagram, well, that’s just the icing on the (wedding) cake.

 “Big Day” has become a cliché for a reason. Weddings really are monumental! They’re a joining of families, a crazy-cool party with the people you love most, and the beginning of an unscripted adventure all rolled into one. As your wedding videographer, I’ll be there to capture both the events that take place throughout the—here it comes again—Big Day, and the emotions inspired by those events. If a photograph shows you Grandpa Ben’s breakdancing moves and Aunt May’s toast (any other Spiderman fans out there?), then consider your wedding film a re-entry portal that allows you to experience each moment as it actually happened. The tears of joy that escaped during your vow exchange. Your guests shouting “Cheers!” over the sound of crystal glasses clinking in the background. The flashing neon lights that kept your dance floor full all night. You get the idea!

I'm Bradley Toms: BVT’s creative director, resident movie buff, and—most importantly—the guy behind the camera on your wedding day. Based in Orange County, BVT Visuals is a videography studio that specializes in telling wedding stories.

Hello and welcome!

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