Mark Yeattes - Owner/Lead Videographer/Editor
Mark founded Yeattes Productions after graduating from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2015. His interest in film started at an early age after receiving a camcorder as a birthday present. Marks favorite part of filming weddings is the reception. Its a great time to really get to know the couple through toasts and stories from friends and family! When Mark is not filming weddings you can probably find him walking around Richmond with his 35mm film camera or editing at a local coffee shop. Mark's favorite movie is "The Peanut Butter Falcon" and the series "The Sopranos" is a close runner up.
Neariah - Lead Videographer/Editor
Neariah's father has been passionate about photography which sparked her interest in digital media. She became interested in film during her years at VCU and upon graduating pursued a career in photography and videography. Neariah loves being able to retell the love stories of couples as if it's a movie . When she is not filming or editing you can find her thrifting for vintage treasures or binge watching the latest Netflix original series.
Devon - Videographer
Devon first fell in love with video when she was challenged to create a visual medium for a project for college at VCU. She found the process of film to be interesting, fun, and especially rewarding after winning the award for best visual medium in her class. Years later, her passion for wedding videography has bloomed. Capturing those fleeting moments are what drives Devons passion for wedding videography. Devon's favorite movie is "Kill Bill" and she has always been inspired by the style of film Quentin Tarantino produces.
Jack - Lead Editor
Jack has been interested in film from a very young age. When he was five years old he started filming his own movies. He eventually taught himself how to edit in order to bring the footage he had created to life and he fell in love with the art of editing. Jack is currently in film school and continues to film and direct his own movies. Jack's favorite movie is actually a miniseries called "Twin Peaks: The Return"