The watershed moment in videographer Loyd Calomay's childhood was the day he watched Star Wars for the first time. These early moviegoing experiences imbued in the aspiring filmmaker a passion he would revisit later in life -- as evidenced by the name chosen for his wedding videography studio: Red 5, the call sign of Luke Skywalker's X-Wing fighter. Naturally, after graduation Calomay went into mortgage lending. If it weren't for a happy twist of fate, he might still be approving home loans today. It was when he and his wife, Hazel, returned from celebrating their fifth wedding anniversary in Maui. He agreed to videotape an old friend's wedding, as a favor. The Calomays quickly discovered that their trailer spoofs were a marketer's dream come true, and they really didn't have to advertise beyond projecting trailer spoofs at friends' weddings. But just because the Calomays are staying put in wedding video doesn't mean they're standing still. Loyd says he wants to grow creatively, learn more about business, and even build out Red 5.