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Stacia Morgan combines her photographic efforts with vendors wherever she goes. Her photographic talent pushes this sort of fantasy fashion and style shoot to happen. Shoots can be whimsical and creative, but always cutting edge, because these are setting and steering trends in the Florida Keys and beyond.

florida keys wedding filmEH? WINGS OVER HOMESTEAD AIR & SPACE SHOW 2018

Excited to say that right now Skybornvisual prepares production for USAF Wings Over Homestead Air & Space Show on Nov 3/4  and one reason has to do with Stacia Morgan. For a stop by our tent on the flight line at the show follow the map. Sky Born Visual will be filming celebs and show attendees like you with a good word to say about their Air Show experience.


In 2017 this award winning wedding photographer and styled shoot planner invited Skybornvisual to do some aerial and Sony Alpha 4k mirrorless film work with her.

”What you are doing is so much fun i’d love it if we worked together,” she said over the phone in early 2017.

We didnt know what to expect, we were presented with a beautiful single ‘bride’ and a beautiful ‘wedding’ couple at an exclusive beach resort in Key Largo.

floridan keys wedding filmFLORIDA KEYS ICONIC WEDDING FILM

This just released Florida Keys iconic Bali styled Moana themed wedding film will inevitably be featured on multiple leading wedding websites.

When we encountered Morgan that day at Largo Resort she had the dress, the lace boots, the florals, the table decor, the cake, the talented make up and hair artists.


She’d organized two completely separate styled shoots on the same day and location. And because she hired brought in some of the best talent around the Florida Keys things went off without a hitch.

We made connections that day that have seen us successfully challenge ourselves more and more as film makers. We produced the Florida Keys Destination Wedding Show pre-show promo and the show film.

The Florida Keys are the number one wedding destination in the USA.

Because Morgan is an expert at keeping one step ahead and her finger on the pulse she is a Florida Keys wedding style industry leader.

Whilst Morgan is often globe hopping with her styled shoots she brings inspiration from overseas and feeds back to a growing trend which began in 2015.

Morgan is leaving her mark on the industry back home.

When Morgan established the Florida Keys Award Winning Wedding Photographers network her actions made us all better photographers and film makers. She forced us to raise our level of technical and creative skill and our expectations of one another.

Impact on wedding photography in the Florida Keys? Morgan made the Florida Keys wedding industry evolve into a cutting edge style and talent leader.

Her images graced the cover of multiple international magazines, have been featured across wedding websites across the USA.

Morgan and her family were featured on E! magazine with her ‘Boho Puppy Wedding.’


She is still kicking it in online and print publications and she is still winning awards.

She brings people together and creates teams of artists who create together. Despite themselves!

FLORIDA KEYS ICONIC WEDDING FILM Morgan’s Florida Keys Award Winning Wedding Photographers network has become a creative arena in which to challenge each other to achieve better.

But even world leading shutter bugs would agree, film is the thing today.

With photography extracted from the still frames. And apps like @pixaloop adding motion to any still photograph in a matter of seconds.

Skybornvisual and Stacia Morgan

We are sure we will continue to create fun filmed and photographed styled shoots. We will be Ocean, Air, Earth 360, virtual reality and all that comes between now and tomororw! Embrace the moment.

Florida Keys Wedding Film Channel


Canal 242, Key By The Sea, AEI’s barges have cleaned up the bulk of debris, according to locals it was once possible to walk across the top of the trailer homes, they were piled one on top of the other.


On the Irmaversary of September 10th 2017 the odious Hurricane Irma threatened to wipe out communities in the Florida Keys. The destruction left in its wake was complete in some areas. Other areas faired better. Either way our Florida Keys life and the infrastructure and environmental assets that support it all are still here.

Albeit changed forever by Irma’s passing.

The series of short films we’re making gather together the clean up story, a year down the road, with regular updates on Monroe County Administrator, Roman Gastesi’s successful securing of funds for a $39 million dollar project from federal agency NRCS.

Approximately the federal funds are intended to return the canals and coastal communities’ waters to healthy, ‘clean waterways.’ For fund minutiae MCOBOCC and NRCS can be accessed from the links.

Our story is a visual journey that delivers information from the center of the clean up action along the Florida Keys.

We began filming Adventure Environmental Inc (AEI) when they launched their fleet of 13 barges out of a marina in Key Largo recently. The challenge of moving the fleet around the Florida Keys to most affected areas and removing debris from deep canals with shallow entrances is many fold.

AEI works to a required standard that involves a commitment to do no further harm whilst problem solving along the way. Manatees are gently herded out of canals by divers, the canals are blocked off ensuring the often anaerobic contents of the silt when stirred up by digger claws is contained as much as possible.

We filmed with aerial cameras as they piled the debris with care onto barges, loading into trucks, returning to precise pre-scanned sonar and gps points to ensure all debris is cleared.

At the Key By The Sea, Marathon, Floria site, environmental engineering company and official watchdog of the project, Wood Inc., log all the contents of the canals as they come up in the claw, get placed on the barge, get rinsed and transported to the debris pile for canal 242, a short truck drive away.

Here a at ‘The 242 Pile’ Wood Inc monitor records the slowly growing pile on her ipad, by taking a series of photos of the inside of the truck from above and each delivery after it’s placed on the pile.

According to locals, who have photos to back this statement up, Canal 242 a person could walk across on the top of the trailer homes after the storm.

Adventure Environmental Inc’s Operations Director Chris Colarusso informed Senator Marco Rubio during a recent 2 minute stop off at the Key By The Sea clean up site, “they were stacked on top of one another.”

Progress is ongoing, removing debris left by the storm and improving our waterways is a concern for the people who live here, the state of Florida, and a dire necessity to reclaim and reestablish a modicum of health on our precious and always challenged coastal environment. It has a global impact too.

In a time of ongoing commentary about inshore and nearshore coastal waterway health decline, algal blooms tied to fertilizer run off are a daily topic in the news, when we meet local long time fishermen who say the water looks bad, when we meet first time tourists who don’t want to swim in it.

Winning federal funding to clean waterways should be a celebrated moment because it sends the right impression. Yes. That matters. Perception changes minds and prompts actions.

In the end it’s the passion of a few that can turn the intentions of the many. For the good in this case. Another small group responsible for some of the biggest perception changes comes to mind. This month, September 2018 the annual Alligator Reef Light Swim has a massively positive impact on your and my perception of our waterways health. It’s their first since the storm. Welcome back. Keys Stronger.