Andrew Rizer Videography
Andrew Rizer Videography
Hawaii Commercial & Documentary Videographer



A poll of The Knot's brides mirrors a regret that is commonly echoed from brides past. "I regret not hiring a professional videographer." Here's to the brides that found it in the budget to get those sentimental tears and hilarious dance moves on film.  


megan & Kyle

Filming this wedding was special. A friend from the Air Force brat days, Megan and her groom, Kyle, were open to doing something off the wall. So, we took one of their stargazing dates and turned it into a metaphor for the wedding day, and their marriage: Slow and steady up to sparks and stars. Even though now you know she's a bit biased, read her take on the experience here.


A beautiful wedding all around, Megan and Robert were the epitome of the people you'll find in the Midwest. So kind and genuine, and those values showed through in every detail.

Nadia & Kyle

Nothing makes the power of starting a journey into marriage feel quite as real as when the groom bursts into tears upon seeing his bride, dressed in white, daring to begin. The friendship and chemistry between Nadia & Kyle was all too visible. It was evident from the first light to the last flicker of the day that they were genuinely devoted to their new life together. Read their review here.

Graci & Eric

Pure class. Nothing else to describe this estate wedding that you would never have guessed was in central Iowa. The location, the details, and the love all spoke for themselves.




A celebration of some of the greatest places on Earth. From the streets of Manhattan to the sands of Oahu.


Some places are better experienced with the camera off and put away, but there's nothing like getting to go back to an old neighborhood or that spot you grew up in and capture who and what makes it so great.

Not too proud to get the quintessential Brooklyn shot and not tourist enough to stay on the beaten bath. Cheers to the planes, trains, and automobiles that get us there as well...




If you've ever stuttered a little bit when someone asks what you do, we understand. Not all jobs are straightforward and not all trades have an elevator pitch. Sometimes the only way to help someone understand is to quite literally show them. 


THE LAYLOW x sOsupersam

The newest hotel in Waikiki is a mid-century modern oasis steeped in aloha. Entrusted with the opportunity to show visitors and locals alike what that means, this video and others like it are a peak inside - through the lens of people from all walks of life. SOSUPERSAM, a performing artist and dj from LA, took to The Laylow to work and relax, tucked away from the commotion of Waikiki. Work created in collaboration with Hawaii's oldest ad agency, MVNP.



What happens when America's young National Park explorers find themselves with goods that aren't made to last? Fontenelle Supply Co. A group of four friends who are preserving the heritage of their grandfathers through traditional manufacturing and supporting brands who do the same. Hear their story and what matters to them beyond the leather, wood, and axes. 



Most people know it can be hard to figure out what working with a freelancer will actually be like. Sure, you like their stuff on Instagram, but will they be awkward to have at your wedding or in your home? We wanted to create a video for Frees Frame Photography that took the guesswork out of it. To show exactly what it's like to be on a shoot with this guy. See his colorful review here and another fun extra from the shoot here.


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Personal Projects

Sharing in other people's best days and life's work is a special privilege, but it's a category all it's own when the passions are your own to explore. This is the work that inspires and informs the way every other project gets done, the space to develop a unique point-of-view. 

Felix Culpa


A Fortunate fault

Felix Culpa, meaning "A Fortunate Fault" follows adaptive athlete, Luke Ericson, as he trains to compete in the Wodapalooza Fitness Festival. Luke was born missing his left arm, the majority of his left lung, and subsequently developed scoliosis and type 1 diabetes. Despite being what most people would consider disabled, Luke views his situation as a gift, and one he is determined to use.

First documentary

Documentary-style videography is a pretty specific style that at its best is used for, well, documentaries. This project started as a Kickstarter campaign and with the help of generous sponsors from the Adaptive Athlete, Crossfit, and Hawaiian communities became an inspirational ode to the power of perseverance in us all.



Remembering 9/11


John 15:13

Greater love has no one than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends. 


The 9/11 Museum and One World Observatory so beautifully etched the memory of the lives lost and the resilient spirit of the city of New York that even a small project to help others remember is an honor to share.


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