Carnation Films is a videography company based out of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. This family-owned business is led by Matt Garofalo. The name Garofalo, meaning carnation in Italian, is traditionally given to those who live near the flower or work as a florist. The carnation is a delicate and intricate bloom and Matt’s committed team strives to produce dynamic and cinematic videos that reflect this.
Matt is an adventurous individual who graduated from Kent State University in 2017 with a degree in digital media production. He aims to utilize his theoretical and practical knowledge for your special celebration. The remainder of this team consists of co-owner, Penny Garofalo and additional cameraman, Roger Sowick. Penny can also work as your secondary videographer and directs Carnation Films’ social media presence. She graduated from Kent State University in 2015 with a degree in managerial marketing. Roger also graduated from Kent State University the following year having studied economics. As your additional cameraman, he aims to ensure that every poignant and emotional moment is captured throughout your big event.
The dedicated team at Carnation Films offers full-day coverage, from heartfelt footage of you walking down the aisle to guests dancing at the reception. Accompanied by the appropriate music, these experts effortlessly guide the viewer through your one-of-a-kind day, conveying the love you and your spouse share. All available packages include professional edits and raw footage of your day. This allows you to have both a cinematic and naturalistic perspective of your celebration, which you can cherish for many years. Additional filming options and final format items consist of the following:
1 Reviews for Carnation Films
Recommended by 100% of couples
Marin · Getting married on 10/10/2020
10/10 would recommend
Matt and Penny were great to work with! They responded quickly and answered all of my questions. I wasn’t sure if I needed a videographer, but I’m glad I booked with them!Sent on 10/28/2019
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