My Wedding Videography Journey 2017-2018

Instead of a new year's retrospective I thought I'd take a look at where I've been and where I'm going next.


Eaves Hall Wedding video

2017 was a mile stone year, I embraced the wedding world with a full on bear hug, giving up the security of long term contracts, I buffed up my brogues, packed my stylish yet practical camera bag and headed out into a glorious wedding season.

March: First up and before any wedding videography, the Shoot Joy Photography Workshop hosted by top pros, Cass Lane and Ayesha Rahman this was a great confidence booster and a fantastic learning experience for me, shooting a little promo video for them.

Eaves Hall, what a venue, bathed in Spring sunlight was my first wedding of 2017 thanks Laura and Andrew

In June I got the great thrill of my first destination wedding, in Tuscany! Thanks so much to Emma and Rob, they just got what I do and gave me such freedom to shoot their wedding along side the uber talent Lelia Scarfiotti

Summer then got a little crazy with Kate and Colin's DIY style Tipi wedding and then shooting weddings all over Cheshire, Derbyshire and Staffordshire. I got to shoot at the fantastic West Mill with it's chique industrial stylings, Heaton House with panoramic views across the Cheshire plain and at the prestigeous Peckforton castle

As the season ended I headed north, way up north (not that one) all the way to Inverness and Achnagairn Castle and epic venue for an epic wedding. I finished 2017 and started 2018 in great style at Iscoyd Park what a beautiful venue and it was bathed in sunlight on New Years eve watch out for the highlight film...


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wedding videography shoes
Wedding Videography food

In the last year I've learnt three important lessons as a wedding videographer. Comfortable shoes are a must, a backup snack needs to be in your bag at all times and that talking to your dog will keep you sane during long edits.

Heaton House Farm Wedding

Laura and Andy, Wedding Film, Eaves Hall

April 08th was Grand National day (more of that to follow) but it was also the day Laura and Andy got married. Eaves Hall provided a stunning venue, bathed in beautiful Spring sunlight with the Ribble River sparkling in the valley. What a day! Canapes and champagne, bowling on a perfect lawn and even a flutter on the horses during a break in the speeches. Along with the super talented Ollie Gyte  we captured the sumptuous surroundings, gardens and house not to mention the beautiful and charming Laura and Andrew. Here is their wedding film.