My ongoing experience in the field of wedding videography has taught me to create films that focus on raw energy along with sights and sounds that’ll evoke fond memories of time spent with family and friends. From the organised chaos of bridal preparations, dramatic confetti and teary-eyed speeches, to the fun and energy of the evening party – every moment matters.
I also know that the key to a good wedding video is to encompass parts of the day that mean the most to you, so whether that’s a shot of the first look, or footage of the bridal party on the dance floor, I'm always ready and raring to capture these special moments. You won't see any staged shots, fake smiles or fabricated moments in your film, just real emotional content.
Discretion is also key to achieving an unobtrusive style, and that’s why I dress smartly to blend in on the day and always use compact equipment so as not to draw attention to myself. I also like to interact with your guests on the big day to put them at ease; this enhances my ability to blend in with the crowd and move freely when the party kicks in!
When I’m not shooting weddings, you’ll tend to find me flying drones in the countryside or at home with my wife and crazy golden retriever Alfie, one of my most challenging (yet outrageously good looking) subjects.