“Every photo and film tells a story. I want it to tell a story that lasts a lifetime.”

Hi! I'm Christian McGee

Some things are planned, and sometimes things just happen the way they're supposed to. When I started filming videos of my hiking trips, I had no idea that it would somehow lead to a fulfilling career as a wedding videographer.



Exploring the Smokies

My dog Kephart & I

How I became a Wedding Videographer

While in Colorado in 2016, I found myself taking photos and videos of everything in order to put together a travel film. This is where I fell in love with the art. When I returned home, I set out to film concerts and real estate. I even dabbled in corporate events and brand work. However, I didn't find it too fulfilling...

...and then it happened.

I filmed my first wedding and knew that it was what I wanted to do as a career. I instantly fell in love with the atmosphere, the loving people, and the meaning behind it all.

I founded Wild Fern Weddings not long after filming that wedding and I have since then strived to deliver heirloom wedding films for the couples to cherish for years after they say those two words..

John & Olivia's Wedding at Long Hollow Gardens

I Do!

Though I’ve called Nashville my home since 2018, I enjoy setting out on adventures to see what else the world has to offer. Whether it’s a short(ish) drive to the Smoky Mountains or North Carolina, climbing some rocks at Foster Falls, hiking at Fall Creek Falls, or catching a plane out West, I try to experience the beauty that I’m offered both in Tennessee and in other states.

Rock Climbing at Foster Falls

So what's next for me?

I want to evolve Wild Fern Weddings into an even more prestigious wedding videography name than it is now. WFW is growing each and every day, and so far 2020 has offered me the wonderful opportunity to film weddings and elopements not only in Tennessee but also in California, Colorado, North Carolina, and other states as well.