Heirloom & Time Film House is a San Angelo, Texas-based business that expertly produces cinematic wedding videos. Owners Sean and Leah Gutierrez are a husband-and-wife team with a passion for people and life behind the lens. These experts share a creative intuition that helps guide them in their pursuit of filmmaking perfection. Adept visual storytellers, the pair make it their mission to craft romantic narratives into each project. In the end, Sean and Leah provide their clients with a heart-warming keepsake that allows them to travel back and relive their precious memories.
Heirloom & Time Film House can document various wedding-related events at multiple locations, before and during your big day. This includes rehearsal dinners, pre-ceremony preparations, at the ceremony, and your reception. After all of your footage is captured, it is then edited into various styles for your convenience and range from full-features to short highlight videos. You can look forward to viewing your momentous occasion via a digital download or on a provided USB flash drive.
1 Reviews for Heirloom & Time Film House
Recommended by 100% of couples
Lauren K. · Getting married on 12/07/2021
Timeless work of art
Sean & Leah provided exceptional quality of service that felt friendly and personal. Their work truly reflects their passion for videography as they were able to capture our elopement and convey it with warmth that truly makes it feel like an heirloom to our family now. Our video is a timeless treasure to us that we look forward to rewatching each anniversary and sharing with our children someday.Sent on 01/11/2021
Heirloom & Time Film House's reply:So happy to be a part of you and Eli's day! Thanks for trusting us with your film! Let us know if you ever need anything!
Team of Heirloom & Time Film House
Hey there! My name’s Sean. The other half of Heirloom & Time.
I love to talk about camera gear, travel to new places, and hype up my toddler in any way possible.
My love for video began at the age of 7 when my grandma purchased a camcorder. This gave a whole new meaning to going to grandma’s house for the summer. I would run around with it recreating scenes from my favorite movies (mostly Harry Potter), only to view them back on the living room TV. There was just something about creating something new, sharing it with a loved one, and getting a reaction.
In some ways, that’s still what I do, only now with cameras that shoot 4K in HDR. Yeah, that’s the camera nerd in me talking.
I love walking beside a couple on their wedding day, capturing every detail in motion as a new chapter begins.