What is your most memorable wedding?
There are many exciting things that I have filmed, but for me it's the candid moments, like when the bride and groom are smiling at each other, kissing or laughing and they don't even know I'm filming.
Often the best moments are when you leave the camera rolling and you get some epic moments. For example, I filmed a wedding where I left the back up camera rolling at the end of the ceremony as I didn't have time to switch it off. When I came to download the footage, I saw several minutes where some of the guests and the bride's kids had started singing into the camera and having a right laugh. They probably didn't even think the camera was still rolling. I put it on the end of their DVD and to this day the bride still talks about it !!!!
Describe your style in 5 adjectives.
The Matrix, because I love the technology they used.
What about your business are you most proud of?
I am very proud of the fact that I get so much of my business from previous couples recommending me to their friends and family.
What is your No. 1 wedding planning tip for couples?
Kodaline - The One
What is your favourite personal touch you have seen at a wedding?
Discreet. Candid. Natural. Fun. Relaxed.
Describe your typical process with a couple.
I started out working for another local business. I responded to a newspaper job advert for a video editor to work alongside the business owner, editing wedding video footage and producing the final DVDs. After a while I was also asked to film some weddings. I liked what I was doing but wanted more overall control of the filming and production, so decided to start my own video production business.