Just two storytellers who love love.
First of all, congratulations on your engagement. As a married couple ourselves we understand the ups and downs that had to happen to bring you to this moment. We also understand the wedding planning process you’re going through and how stressful it can be. So, we want to say thank you for considering Wagging Tail Studios to film your wedding.
Our combined 10 years in the creative industry has lead us to our documentary approach to filmmaking that is unique in Alberta. Our sole focus is capturing the candid and heartfelt moments of your big day. This documentary style puts the emphasis on your love story and all the details that went into making your wedding day possible.
Kevin & Jessica Maher
Hello! I’m Kevin, the fun-loving, dad-joke making, fedora wearing dude who loves telling stories. When I’m not filming or editing weddings, you’ll probably find me on the ice during the national anthems at Rogers Place or on the sidelines at Commonwealth Stadium. No, I’m not lacing up the skates or cleats but instead, I work in the live sports broadcast industry. As an avid sports fan growing up, I’m certainly livin’ the dream as some would say by combining my passion for video and sports into one. However, when I’m not working, I love taking our dogs, Bolt and Charlie for walks or if I’m brave enough… the dog park. I love evoking emotion through the lens, whether it be capturing the biggest day of their lives or their favourite sports team. I’m a lucky to do what I do and I wouldn’t have it any other way.
Oh why hello there! I'm Jessica—wife to Kevin, caffeine addict, pattern fanatic, loud talker, and fur-momma to Bolt and Charlie. When I'm not spending time with my family and friends, you can find me in bed editing a batch of photos or working on a branding project for a client. Being busy as a graphic designer and photographer, I never imagined expanding my career into film until I met Kevin. His passion was (and still is) contagious and got me absolutely hooked! The ability to not only capture a single moment but an entire memory has been so rewarding.