Over the past 10 years as a wedding videographer i’ve filmed somewhere in the region of 500 weddings(!!!), starting at the tender age of 20. This amount of experience has given me unrivalled intuition and experience when it comes to capturing the essence of a wedding day, not only that but it allows my couples to relax knowing that i’ve got it covered, as having to manage suppliers on the wedding day has got to be the last thing you want to be doing”
Contrary to my business name, and where most of my work is, i actually live down in Devon by week, as we really wanted our children to have a similar rural upbringing as my wife and i enjoyed. I love the juxtaposition of my rural Devonshire life, being tucked away in my woodland studio editing and not seeing a soul all day, and my weekend London wedding filming life, where i’m right in amongst 100+ people, surrounded by chitter chatter and 1000’s of interactions to capture.
I didn’t study film, or photography, (unless Environmental Health counts?) which I think attributed to my, at the time, non-conventional approach to capturing the day of just taking a step back, not interfering, and just capturing what i saw. I feel super lucky to be able to call this my job, from the 100’s of different people i meet and get to spend such an auspicious day in their lives and relationship, to the nosey people watching, but best of all the elated feedback i receive when newlyweds have watched their film for the first time.
When i’m not ‘working’, i’m daddy to my 3 little children, all 5 and under, and husband to my amazing wife/childhood sweetheart, Emily. I don’t get an awful lot of free time, mainly due to the former, but when i do i spend it working on my garden, which is my current obsession. I’m passionate about aesthetics and design, hopefully this shows through in my films a little.