Based in Springboro, Ohio, Knights Media Productions is a wedding videography business that aims to honor the world through beautiful media. Originally established in 1998 by Steve Clark, this company chose to employ the imagery of the classic medieval-style knight to represent a business code of honor. When Knights Media Productions books a deal, they give their word that their commitment is true.
Knights Media Productions focuses on high-quality production and service. Everything from aerial videography to wedding photography can be covered by this company's crew. Over the years, the business has been an integral part of over 500 weddings, crafting a sentimental film that can be cherished for a lifetime. Various areas across Ohio can avail of Knights Media Productions' services, including Cincinnati, Greenville, Springfield, and many more.
1 Reviews for Knights Media Productions
Recommended by 4% of couples
Jodi · Married on 05/20/2006
Working with this company has been a nightmare. They would rarely answer their phone when I called them, so I left messages. Getting those phone calls returned was like pulling teeth. On the day of the wedding they had their tri-pod set up right in the way of the isle. So now when I look back at my pictures... I get to see the lovely camera man right next to me as I walked down the isle. After the wedding, they gave me the rough, un-edited copy of the video. Interviews that were completed were missing, sections of the ceremony were out of order, and there was about 30 sections of reception footage. Turns out they had lost reels of footage. They ended up finding SOME of the footage and got it added in. We finally got our finished product one week before our ONE YEAR anniversary. Stay away from Knight's Media at all costs!!!!!!!!!Sent on 02/29/2008
Knights Media Productions's reply:The project manager and videographer that worked this wedding contract was terminated after this incident. All communication between the company and the client was through the brides mother and there were obvious lapses in communication. We regret that this happened, but it's an entirely new company with new videographers and management.