BOSTON– Patrik Kisucky started a small photography business when he was only 18 in his home country of Czechoslovakia. After coming to the United States in 2002, he started adding and developing his video production skills as well, and today he runs two businesses evolving around digital content creation.
“One is aimed at the wedding market and it’s called “Films with Heart”, and I have to say that I’m very happy that I was able to connect with many local vendors like Yogi from BSL, Shoba Aunty from Alankar decor, or Dyuti from Art and Memories, and others, to successfully work in the New England Indian Wedding market, and more importantly found great friends along the way,” Kisucky told INDIA New England News.
Why the Indian wedding market?
“When people ask me why do I love Indian weddings, everyone thinks it is because of the colors. And yes the colors are beautiful, but the real reason for me is the people,” said Kisucky. “It is just something very comforting I found amongst the community and reminds me more of my family and friends I left behind in my home country.”
His other business brand is called “Motion Still Studios”, and serves small and large companies. It’s helping them developing various digital content for their websites, and social media platforms, which helps them to grow their customer base, and to better communicate with them.
“I’m very passionate about my corporate brand as well, and would love to connect with more local companies,” said Kisucky. “In general I love working with people who are passionate about what they do, and am very pleased that the New England Indian community welcomed me with open arms, and provided me with something that I missed after I left my home country in 2002.”
Kisucky recently collaborated with Dr. manju Sheth and INDIA New England News to produce a promo video of celebrity video series Chai With Manju.
Click here or on the image below to view the Chai With Manju promo video.
“I’m looking forward growing my business in coming months and years in both Wedding and Corporate category,” said Kisucky.