Each wedding day is as individually magical as the next and I love being able to capture all of the details (big and small) on film.
Your wedding day goes by so fast and I experienced this first hand at my own wedding in October 2019. So, what better way to slow down the pace and remember your day exactly as it unfolds by documenting it on film.
When filming I like to be as discrete as possible, so not to distract you and your guests from the wedding itself. This has become a bit of an art form over the years and I’m often complimented on how well I blended in, to the point where some couples forgot the day was even being filmed. No one likes a camera in their face and some of the best angles have been caught hiding in a tree or behind some flowers.
Can’t wait to hear more about your day and if you have any questions please don’t hesitate to get in touch via the contact form.
I’m originally from Stoke-on-Trent (hence the strange accent when we meet) and am now based in Wolverhampton. I love animals, especially my Springer Spaniel Murphy – he brings so much fun to our home and we spend hours exploring and walking together.
In addition to walking I also enjoy knitting, sewing and baking. All of this craftiness definitely comes from my mums side of the family and somewhat stems from being a Pisces.
Continuing the creative theme, dancing has always been a passion of mine from a young age and I think deep down I wanted to be a princess ballerina growing up (don’t we all). Instead, I get to film the happiest days of peoples lives and capture each couples perfect fairytale.
On the subject of happiest days, I’m signing off with a photo of me and my husband on our wedding day. Captured perfectly by Jon at Jon Thorne Photography – he is also the photographer behind my video/photo package (Rose) – take a look at his website.