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  • Welcome to my world!

    Firstly, thanks for visiting our website and I hope you enjoy browsing through some of the weddings we have covered. I consider myself very fortunate to have such a great job! Filming a couple's wedding day is one of the most rewarding things one can do, and we don't take it lightly. Having travelled the length of the country I can honestly say we have been lucky enough to work in some of the most beautiful locations, but that's not the best part of what we do.

    It's fair to say that over the years we have been lucky enough to work with some incredible couples, with their own unique stories. Most have been on an emotional journey and experiencing the joy of their wedding day with them is an incredibly enriching experience. We work hard to convey the feelings and emotions that were present on that special day through to the finished wedding film. We don't just want to document the day but produce something that will be timeless and continue to provide years of enjoyment by allowing couples to re-live one of the best days of their life!

It was a day of awesomeness (is that actually a word?). One of my all time fav venues Ashridge House and certainly one of my fav couples. The day couldn’t have gone better and we started shooting some amazing getting ready shots early on, I was getting the feeling this was gonna be one of those emotional weddings where all the family and guests are so tuned in to the couple that they just cant help sharing the tears and the laughter. I wasn’t wrong!!

Having filmed many weddings at Ashridge House we pretty much know all the great locations at this huge wedding venue. Ashridge has many magnificent rooms each room boasting its own character and charm. There are some great features not least the stunning gardens or the main hall’s neo-gothic carved stonework as well as very beautiful Italian marble and gold leaf in the Lady Marian Alford Room.

We had some great weather on the day and it meant that all the guests could venture outside for a game of Jenga or Crockey whilst enjoying the sunshine. This really was just one of those weddings where all the stars aligned and Hannah and Matthew were an absolute pleasure to work with. I don’t want to wax lyrical on here to much but suffice to say it was a very memorable day. Enjoy!


Absolutely amazing day filming Laura & Aarons wedding. It was good to shoot a local wedding and for us that means based in the Northwest but also working with such a relaxed and laid back couple. Despite it being a summer wedding the heavens opened just before the ceremony but hey it even rains in the south of France so nothing unexpected. There was a dash for shelter and it looked for a moment that the rain was here all day until the weather broke in the afternoon and everyone could enjoy the lovely setting of The Higher Trapp.

It had been quite a while since our last local wedding so it made a nice change to spend the day and early evening shooting a Lancashire wedding, it also meant the drove home was a little easier. I quite like the Higher Trapp, it sits on Pendle hill and has a great view over the Lancashire countryside.

I really love the flow of this edit and it was great to work on, with lots of smiling guests, some great shots of Laura & Aaron and just an all round ‘feel good’ edit. Hope you enjoy it.


Its great to be able to say we seem to be making quite a habit of visiting France to film weddings and specifically Chateau La Durantie which is always a pleasure. This was our third wedding at this Chateau and Im not sure what it is about the place but its like a home away from home in some respects. Its always a very relaxed environment, the weather is always nice and I just love outdoor weddings. If you would like to know more about our international service check out our page on filming in France for more details. I guess on a whole outdoor weddings do have their own set of challenges but all in all it makes for great footage, and who doesnt enjoy working outdoors on a sunny day.

Our couple this time were Irene and Karim, they were so cool to work with and took everything in their stride. We shot some great stuff the evening prior to the wedding as everyone got to know each other at a barbecue they had organised at the Chateau. It was a great way to start the weekend and a pretty awesome party!! On the day of the wedding Irene’s brother took over the kitchen and cooked some amazing food for everyone (he is a highly respected chef). The ceremony ran late which was exciting and the day just flew by from then on. I cant remember a more hectic schedule but everything came together well and a crazy party followed.

The edit is a slight move away from tradition and in keeping with the couples request we have tried to retain very much a ‘French’ feel to it, I just love some of the slo-mo in the highlights and the way things flow. Hope you enjoy.


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