Back in February, I took part in a ‘fine art’ bridal styled shoot at Notley Abbey on the border of Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire. The shoot was styled and planned by Sundari Ferris of The Wedding Sylist and Andri Benson of Always Andri Weddings, and inspired by the fine art wedding scene.
Alongside the photography which was provided by Emma Pilkington on film and digital, I produced two videos from the day’s shoot. The main film was featured by The Wedding Sparrow at the end of July and is set to be republished on Rock My Wedding at the start of December. I also made a ‘behind the scenes’ video which is a little less polished, but a much more honest look at what a styled shoot looks like in reality! Best of all, after a cold February day where we pretended that it was summer, in August I had the pleasure of returning to Notley Abbey with my husband Ed to film a real wedding on what turned out to be one of the hottest days of the year. Read more…
I’m a wedding videographer based in Birmingham, and I film weddings across the UK including Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire and Oxfordshire. Notley Abbey on the border of Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire is a favourite venue of mine, and I’m sure once you’ve had a look through the stills (taken from video footage) and films from Janine and Paul’s outdoor Notley Abbey wedding, you’ll see why! If you’re planning a Notley Abbey wedding and are thinking about wedding videography, get in touch, I’d love to film for you!
Janine and Paul opted for my ‘Feature Collection’ which includes a full day of cinematic wedding videography coverage (morning preparations through until evening dancing) and the production of three videos; a 3-5 minute highlights film (above), a 20 minute, chronological storytelling feature film (at the bottom of this post) and a separate video featuring their full vows and speeches.
I’m a West Midlands Wedding Videographer and I film weddings all over the Midlands and the UK. If you’re planning your own Midlands wedding and you’re on the hunt for a Midlands wedding videographer, get in touch, I’d love to hear from you!
Back in early August, Ed and I returned to Springhill Wedding Barn in Fladbury near Evesham to film for Helen and Matt, and today I thought I would take a break from my editing pile and share their wedding films and a few words about their wedding day. The following images are still frames taken from footage captured for their wedding films; both the cinematic highlights film (above) and 20 minute storytelling feature film (at the bottom of this post).Read more…
Today I’m sharing some photos from Emilia and Tom’s wedding which took place at the end of July in Stroud in Gloucestershire. Emilia and Tom wanted to keep things really simple and for their wedding photos to be relaxed, natural and documentary. We took a few group shots immediately after their ceremony and I took them for a little walk down the lane to capture some portraits of the two of them alone together, but the rest of the day’s photography was super relaxed and spontaneous. If you’re getting married in Stroud or the Cotswolds and are looking for a Gloucestershire wedding photographer, do get in touch.
Wild flowers gathered from the garden and nearby fields adorned the tables.
Sutton Bonington Hall Wedding | Midlands Wedding Videography
Today I’m sharing the wedding videography highlights and feature films from a Sutton Bonington Hall wedding which took place in early July. Adam and Jordan chose my ‘Feature Collection’ which includes a full day of cinematic wedding videography coverage and the production of three videos; a 3-5 minute cinematic highlights film, a 20 minute chronological storytelling feature film, and a separate video featuring their vows and speeches in full. If you’re getting married in the Midlands or are planning a Sutton Bonington Hall wedding in particular, get in touch! I would love to film for you. The following photos are stills from their wedding films; read on to watch their 20 minute storytelling feature film.
Adam and Jordan got married back at the start of July at the wonderful Sutton Bonington Hall on the border of Nottinghamshire and Leicestershire. Sutton Bonington Hall is an exclusive use country house wedding venue tucked away in the countryside, but just a stone’s throw from both Loughborough and Nottingham.
The house is a Queen Anne period property with features that include a large air-conditioned orangery with vines growing up the back wall, a traditional drawing room for the ceremony and evening entertainment, a wide, sweeping staircase, and a bridal suite flooded with natural light. The landscaped grounds feature follies and plenty of space to set up lawn games and relax with friends and family. It’s a really beautiful venue, and was the perfect backdrop to their celebrations.