About us

Joe Garman is Red Frame’s lead shooter and salesman. Joe became interested in videography in high school. As a senior, he created a class video, which recapped the year and was played at graduation. He’s been hooked ever since.

Now that Garman has transitioned to filming weddings, he says he loves creating videos that will be watched time and time again.

“The high school senior highlight video I made left an impression and captured our high school experience,” he said. “I hear people say how they still enjoy that video, and I apply that same idea to weddings. I put a lot of effort into make it special where people can enjoy it for a lifetime.”

A Springfield, Ohio, native, Garman now lives in Cleveland and shoots weddings with a Canon C100. He edits in Adobe Premiere and Adobe After Effects.

Garman advises couples to team up with a videographer they feel comfortable with and trust.

“Your wedding is an intense day; your head will be all over the place,” Garman said. “Hire a videographer who will capture every little detail you handpicked for your wedding so you can enjoy it afterward. Plus, have someone that won’t just record your day but frame it in the most cinematic way possible. It’s once-in-a-lifetime day, so it is shot the same way.”

When he’s not busy working with Sound Precision Entertainment, Garman works as a multimedia marketing producer at WKYC Channel 3. He graduated from Ohio University with a major in communications.

You may never see Evan Gandola, but if you use Red Frame’s services, he’ll be a huge part of your wedding memories.

Gandola is media producer and creative director of Red Frame Videography. His role is to oversee the creative process of Red Frame Videography by shooting and editing wedding and corporate videos.

Gandola is a Cleveland native and has a business degree from Baldwin Wallace University and a media arts and sciences degree from Cuyahoga Community College. Before coming to Red Frame, he worked on numerous short films and documentaries in the Cleveland area. Most notably, he served as a production assistant for Gordon Ramsay’s “Hotel Hell” Mansfield episode.

When Gandola isn’t behind his Canon C100 or DJI OSMO cameras, you can find him bike riding, watching crime documentaries and viewing films (His favorite directors are David Lynch, Quentin Tarantino and Paul Thomas Anderson). Recently, he has also been working on his chess and golf games.

Scott Terranova is Sound Precision Entertainment’s CEO and president and now joins the ownership team of Red Frame Videography.

A Northeast Ohio native, Terranova graduated from Garfield Heights High school in 2003. Following high school, he took his talents to Mount Union College (go Purple Raiders!) where he majored in history and triple-minored in adolescent young adult integrated social studies, American studies and political science. He taught at Garfield Heights City Schools while growing SPE. Eventually, the business demanded more attention, and he made it his full-time career.

Now that SPE has captured the Cleveland market. Terranova seized on an opportunity. He knew he could use SPE as a spring board for Red Frame Videography. “Vendors need to work together for the success of themselves and their clients, why not have multiple companies under one roof”, says Terranova.  This idea has blossomed into the partners new creed: 4 brands, 1 partner.

(Sound Precision Entertainment, Monocle Photo Booth, Red Frame Videography, Capture Cleveland Photography)

About us

Joe Garman is Red Frame’s lead shooter and salesman. Joe became interested in videography in high school. As a senior, he created a class video, which recapped the year and was played at graduation. He’s been hooked ever since.

Now that Garman has transitioned to filming weddings, he says he loves creating videos that will be watched time and time again.

“The high school senior highlight video I made left an impression and captured our high school experience,” he said. “I hear people say how they still enjoy that video, and I apply that same idea to weddings. I put a lot of effort into make it special where people can enjoy it for a lifetime.”

A Springfield, Ohio, native, Garman now lives in Cleveland and shoots weddings with a Canon C100. He edits in Adobe Premiere and Adobe After Effects.

Garman advises couples to team up with a videographer they feel comfortable with and trust.

“Your wedding is an intense day; your head will be all over the place,” Garman said. “Hire a videographer who will capture every little detail you handpicked for your wedding so you can enjoy it afterward. Plus, have someone that won’t just record your day but frame it in the most cinematic way possible. It’s once-in-a-lifetime day, so it is shot the same way.”

When he’s not busy working with Sound Precision Entertainment, Garman works as a multimedia marketing producer at WKYC Channel 3. He graduated from Ohio University with a major in communications.

You may never see Evan Gandola, but if you use Red Frame’s services, he’ll be a huge part of your wedding memories.

Gandola is media producer and creative director of Red Frame Videography. His role is to oversee the creative process of Red Frame Videography by shooting and editing wedding and corporate videos.

Gandola is a Cleveland native and has a business degree from Baldwin Wallace University and a media arts and sciences degree from Cuyahoga Community College. Before coming to Red Frame, he worked on numerous short films and documentaries in the Cleveland area. Most notably, he served as a production assistant for Gordon Ramsay’s “Hotel Hell” Mansfield episode.

When Gandola isn’t behind his Canon C100 or DJI OSMO cameras, you can find him bike riding, watching crime documentaries and viewing films (His favorite directors are David Lynch, Quentin Tarantino and Paul Thomas Anderson). Recently, he has also been working on his chess and golf games.

Scott Terranova is Sound Precision Entertainment’s CEO and president and now joins the ownership team of Red Frame Videography.

A Northeast Ohio native, Terranova graduated from Garfield Heights High school in 2003. Following high school, he took his talents to Mount Union College (go Purple Raiders!) where he majored in history and triple-minored in adolescent young adult integrated social studies, American studies and political science. He taught at Garfield Heights City Schools while growing SPE. Eventually, the business demanded more attention, and he made it his full-time career.

Now that SPE has captured the Cleveland market. Terranova seized on an opportunity. He knew he could use SPE as a spring board for Red Frame Videography. “Vendors need to work together for the success of themselves and their clients, why not have multiple companies under one roof”, says Terranova.  This idea has blossomed into the partners new creed: 4 brands, 1 partner.

(Sound Precision Entertainment, Monocle Photo Booth, Red Frame Videography, Capture Cleveland Photography)

Business hours

Mon-Fri: 9am-6pm
Sat: Out on Shoots
Sun: Closed

Business hours

Mon-Fri: 9am-6pm
Sat: Out on Shoots
Sun: Closed

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