Having worked in the video production industry since 2009 producing a wedding video was never on my mind, it was really 2014 that changed my perception of everything. My cousin asked me to film her wedding, her father (my uncle) was very ill and sadly passed away a couple of months after the wedding, I did film the day, my uncle got to see it and now the family have a treasured memory of their wedding day and their father/husband. This moment is the sole reason I picked up a camera and pointed it towards weddings.
It gives me absolute immense pride to be honoured with the task of creating a story of one of the most important days in a couples life together, after a wedding all we have are the memories, the pictures and the video, everything else gets lost on the day. I love filming weddings and crafting memories.
My shooting style is discreet with a splash of direction when needed (no more than any good photographer would do), after the day I spend countless hours editing the footage into a short music driven cinematic film, I spend an intense amount of time choosing the right music for each film and tailor make it to the couples personality and feel of the day, this gives each film a unique and individual feel.
For me as a film maker there is no better feeling in the world than hearing how much a wedding video means to a couple and how they can pass their memories down through generations to come. A Wedding video is one of the most important purchases of your big day.
Although I am a Wedding Videographer in Cambridgeshire, I work both nationally and internationally.