TwentyFour VII Productions was started in 2014 and specializes in photography and video for many types of events such as commercials, weddings and quinceneras. TwentyFour VII Productions was founded by Lead Photographer and Editor Mathew Maciel, who in 2014, graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communications from the University of Texas-Pan American. Mathew currently works full-time as a videographer and editor for a local school district while working production for sporting events with the RGVFC Toros, RGV Vipers, and UTRGV Athletics.
Absolutely RECOMMEND, We had so much fun getting our family pictures taken by Matthew. He is professional, creative, talented, very reasonable, and so easy to work with. The pictures were sent to us almost immediately after the photo shoot. They all turned out beautifully! Each picture perfectly captured the emotion of the day! You will absolutely love your experience with TwentyFourVII Productions! I can't wait to take pictures again! BEST around!
We offer engagement and wedding sessions. Family. High school senior and sports sesssions also.
Thank you for the incredible work you did on our son's cake smash. We will forever treasure the memory of that day and are grateful for having you capture it so beautifully. To anyone reading this review I highly recommend Crystal Kelly!!!
I love capturing those special moments that make a video or photo worth seeing over and over again.
Why should our clients choose you?
You should choose Casarez Photo & Film because we take pride in capturing the best moments. We make it our commitment to make sure we capture everything that means a lot to our customers.
What inspired you to start your own business?
I love the ability to capture art in its finest. We believe that a picture or a video can inspire anybody, and to be able to bring inspiration to anybody dealt a lot to why I joined the industry.
What’s the secret to taking a great photograph?
I believe you can get the best photograph when you are in the same game plan as your client. knowing what he is looking for exactly, or how he would like to be captured is very important. That's why we meet with our client before the big day and run a questionnaire so that we can know exactly what our customers are expecting from us. The "great" photograph is the one that the customer expects.
What questions might you ask a client when starting a new project?
We like to know as much as possible about the project, so that we can understand exactly what needs to be captured. There is no sense in us thinking we know what the customer will like, without asking them. We meet with our customer and go over the event by time, place, to what they are going to wear, etc. This also allows us to make recommendations in case something doesn't make sense, then we can address the situation and find the best possible outcome, so that it will be enjoyable for the customer when he looks back at our work.