About Turquoise Video Productions

Can you hear your friends laugh and cry when they see you for the first time wearing your gown in a photograph? Can you hear what your dad says to you before he gives you away to your groom ? Can you remember what was said in all the toasts at the reception or rehearsal dinner? Or see how grandpa was dancing to that Backstreet Boys song on the dancefloor? That’s why video is such an important part of a wedding. And finding a videographer that understands that is even more important. No wedding is the alike, so let us create a unique film to tell your story and show your style and personality. We love to get to know our couples, so we meet or call few times before the wedding day so YOU get to know your videographers. Knowing the person behind the camera makes your wedding day so much easier for you to relax and enjoy. Call, chat via our website or email and meet us.

About the team bios

  • Aytek & Adrianne

Aytek & Adrianne

Hello! I’m Aytek (yes, that’s my real name) and I’m Adrianne. We met while studying Television and film at Texas Christian University (Go Frogs!) and both graduated in 2003 with a BS in Film, Radio and TV. We were married in 2006 on the beach, have a ridiculously cute son named Dylan and have a Aussie dog named Izzy - she gets beer from the fridge on command. I’ll send a video if you want to see it!

We formed Turquoise Video Productions our senior year at TCU and haven’t stopped since. Adrianne started in the tape vault of a boutique post-production facility in Dallas and worked up to assistant editor. From there I worked for a couple of TV shows, shooting for A&E and post-producing for HD NET. When the time was right, I went to work full-time with my husband Aytek. My favorite part of a wedding is when the bride and groom are getting ready and they have no idea what each other are doing, but when they get their video, they get to see what happened. And I’m a sucker for a sweet note reading!

Aytek isn’t too sentimental, but he’s the best director of photography I know, so he may not tear up during the mother son dance like me, but you’ll have the best shots in your wedding film. He’s also a fantastic drone operator.