Thank you Erica and Phil for letting us capture your beautiful day. We wish you both the best of luck in all of your future endeavors.
Located at the beautiful Lake Windsor Country Club, Kelly and Ryan’s wedding ceremony was short and sweet while remaining truly heartwarming.
New Angle Films is a Wisconsin based video production company specializing in wedding videography and promotional video production. Founded by Adam Yafai and Jesse Hinchcliffe, New Angle Films exists to create innovative and compelling videos for prospective clients. With every project we strive to progress. To progress our skills as cinematographers, as editors, and as storytellers. More than that, we seek to progress and evolve film as an art form. To tell stories in unexpected and powerful ways. To push the envelope in digital video production.
Jesse Hinchcliffe is a current first year student at Columbia College Chicago from small town Watertown, Wisconsin. His major is Marketing Communications with an undecided focus. After graduating from Watertown High School in June of 2012 Jesse has done promotional video work for the Watertown School District and Milwaukee based chocolate company, Melt. After interning as a production assistant at Read More
Adam Yafai is a Freshman at the University of Wisconsin Madison and is currently studying Communication Arts with a focus in Radio, Television, and Film. Adam discovered a love for film during his junior year of high school and has been pursuing this passion ever since. He has held the position of production assistant at Watertown Cable 13, as well as the position of post production coordinator Read More
In 7th grade, Ben Rifken interned at the Madison School District Television station, where he learned Final Cut Pro 7. Throughout high school he taught himself Adobe After Effects, Illustrator and Photoshop. While attending high school Ben also interned on the Hulu original series, Battleground, participated in the 48 hour film fest, and placed first in a Fox 47 PSA contest two years in a row. In Read More