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Hi guys! So my name is Adam Quinlan and I have been filming weddings for 6 years now! I believe every couple has a story to tell and I LOVE telling stories through film. Capturing an emotion in a creative and meaningful way is never easy, but it’s the process of capturing these moments on the most important day of your life that keep me coming back to the challenge. I constantly try to improve my craft, always striving to make the next film better than the last.
The goal of Adam Quinlan Films is simple: to create a dramatic storytelling of the couple’s relationships with each other, their family, and their friends. I attempt to capture the couple’s personalities in an aesthetically beautiful and emotionally engaging way, while also remaining as unobtrusive as possible.
From Walpole, MA -- I started my journey in film way back as a part of the largest high school film festival in New England at Walpole H.S. My sister Emily, whom I now work side-by-side with, introduced me to the world of film after urging me to join the program. My most prized work was created my senior year: a documentary about a student suffering from severe Epilepsy, called "A Day in the Life". One day, my English teacher suggested I look into filming weddings. As an 18 year old guy, not only did I not know people filmed weddings - I had never even been to one! I reached out to a request on Facebook for videographers and I booked my first wedding the day after my Senior Prom! I then attended Salve Regina University, playing basketball and minoring in film. I began to invest in equipment, advertise, and began the journey of starting a business. 6 years and over 130 weddings later, here I am!
In the spring of 2015, I began work at Barstool Sports (www.barstoolsports.com), a nationally recognized sports and humor online publication. While there, I produced a daily talk show called "The Rundown", as well as filming a few comic skits as content arose. My work has accumulated over 10,000,000 views and been featured on Comedy Central!
I have also worked with Proctor & Gamble producing Gillette Razor commercials with well known professional athletes such as Danny Amendola and Malcolm Butler of the New England Patriots, and filmed concerts for A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie & Dean Lewis.