In a home movie the camera doesn’t always capture what you plan or even what you tell your friends later. It captures the in-between moments where - more often than not - real connection happens.
We pulled the story together with these bits and pieces rather than focusing on major events and embraced the errors – the camera drops, the digital flares, everything that made it real.
Responding to the Airbnb directive to avoid heavy branding, we rejected a typical tour-guide approach and didn’t overly feature the house. Instead we chose more intimate shots that showed how the house is an extension of the family.