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Why I’ve started shooting handheld more

Why I’ve started shooting handheld more

Traditionally, there's one easy way to tell the difference between a photographer and a videographer: photographers are usually handheld, while videographers will often have their cameras on monopods or tripods. However, over the past 12 months, I’ve been ditching the...

London Wedding – Cavalry and Guards Club, Mayfair

London Wedding – Cavalry and Guards Club, Mayfair

When I first met Fenella and Henry for a coffee, it was a really beautiful day. We were able to sit outside in the sun whilst we got to know each other better. I knew then that this wedding was going to be special. Having met at school, it was clear that these two had...

5 ways to help your Wedding Videographer

5 ways to help your Wedding Videographer

This is a blog-post from us, the videographers of the industry, to you, the soon-to-be brides and grooms. I know you’re busy planning your big day right now, and the last thing you want to do is read yet another list (I’m sure you’re making enough of your own as it...

Barn Wedding – Bassmead Manor Barns, St. Neots

Barn Wedding – Bassmead Manor Barns, St. Neots

Every once in a while, a wedding comes along that reminds me why I do what I do, and this was one of those weddings. Katie grinning ear-to-ear as she came down the aisle, Matt winking at her when they turned to face each other for their vows, the looks of sheer joy as...

Same-sex Wedding – Marleybrook House, Kent

Same-sex Wedding – Marleybrook House, Kent

Imagine having no clue what your wedding day was going to be like. No idea where it was, how it would look, or what would be happening. That’s how Matthew felt going into his wedding day… Despite being a self-confessed ‘control-freak’, Matthew agreed to let George...

3 Steps to Preserve your Wedding Film Forever

3 Steps to Preserve your Wedding Film Forever

Oh my god. It’s here. Your USB drive has arrived, and it’s like a tiny brick of GOLD. Moments that will never happen again, memories that are already starting to fade, faces you may never see again. They’re all on this stick, this feat of modern technology. Your...

How do I keep your memories safe?

How do I keep your memories safe?

As Jack Nicholson once said, “We’re in the business of saving memories”. Okay, so that’s not exactly what he said, but let’s not get bogged down in details. The point is, as a wedding videographer, I deal in moments. My product is your memories. And "with great...

Why do we make short films?

Why do we make short films?

Chances are, when you think of a wedding video, you think of your parents’ video that you watched when you were a child. It was probably a dusty old VHS featuring a marathon video that spanned multiple hours and required several tea breaks to get through. Well that’s...

Luxury Wedding – Aynhoe Park, Oxfordshire

Luxury Wedding – Aynhoe Park, Oxfordshire

It would be easy to think that after 16 years you might be bored of each other, but childhood sweethearts Demi and Lewis proved otherwise at their epic wedding. From the navy/silver dress code to the elegant stationary, their wedding day was masterfully designed, and...

Jewish Wedding – St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel, London

Jewish Wedding – St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel, London

Set in the St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel in the centre of London, Leah and Elliot’s wedding was visually unparalleled. From the grand venue (dressed to impress by White Paper Events), to Leah’s incredible dress (with pockets, might I add – I’ve heard that’s a big...

Garden Marquee Wedding – Tarrant Gunville, Dorset

Garden Marquee Wedding – Tarrant Gunville, Dorset

Back in September, I travelled down to Dorset to a quiet little village to shoot Annabelle and Tony’s stunning wedding. Hosted at Annabelle’s Aunt’s newly-renovated home, the couple’s dream wedding really did come to life. They wanted a down-to-earth, fun-filled day...

Why I became a Wedding Filmmaker

Why I became a Wedding Filmmaker

This time last year, I’d just graduated from university with a degree in Law with French. Everyone expected that I would move to London, apply to a big law firm and become a solicitor. Well, they were half right… I did move to London, but I chose to disregard a legal...

Luxury Wedding – Foxhill Manor, The Cotswolds

Luxury Wedding – Foxhill Manor, The Cotswolds

Tania and Adrian’s wedding in the Cotswolds was both beautiful and elegant, while still managing to maintain an easygoing and fun nature. In other words, it was simply perfect. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WdwhPW8kiZw&feature=emb_title...

Why Wedding Filmmakers have to kill their darlings

Why Wedding Filmmakers have to kill their darlings

Filming weddings is a strange art. Art because we’re making films. Strange because we’re not making a film for the sake of art - we’re making a film for you, the client, to tell the story of the most special day of your life. The result is this strange conflict...

Outdoor Wedding – Osea Island, Essex

Outdoor Wedding – Osea Island, Essex

The beautiful island of Osea, off the South-East coast, is rich in history for Jo and James. It’s where Jo and her family used to holiday when they were kids, and, when he passed away 6 years ago, it’s also where they decided to scatter Jo’s dad’s ashes. Whilst he...

The Myths of Being Self-Employed

The Myths of Being Self-Employed

“Oh you work for yourself? That must be so great! I’d love to work for myself…” You would, huh? And why is that? Love figuring out your own taxes? Like going entire days without human contact? Don’t get me wrong, I LOVE my job, and I haven’t looked back once since...

Destination Wedding – Chateau Lagorce, Bordeaux

Destination Wedding – Chateau Lagorce, Bordeaux

Take those most important to you, fly off to Bordeaux and spend a weekend in a château. Is there really a better way to get married? Set to the stunning backdrop of Chateau Lagorce in Bordeaux, Nat and Matt’s outdoor ceremony was relaxed, informal, and full of laughs,...

Humanist Wedding – Rhodes House, Oxford

Humanist Wedding – Rhodes House, Oxford

Emma and Nate’s wedding at Rhodes House in Oxford was simply stunning. From their custom ceremony, to Emma’s beautiful dress, the whole day was elegance exemplified. It was an absolute pleasure to film these two families, one quintessentially English, and one from...

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Why I’ve started shooting handheld more

Why I’ve started shooting handheld more

Traditionally, there's one easy way to tell the difference between a photographer and a videographer: photographers are usually handheld, while videographers will often have their cameras on monopods or tripods. However, over the past 12 months, I’ve been ditching the...