Every couple has a story to tell. Your personalities, your relationship, the things you have seen together, the place you live, the joy and heartache you have shared, All of these contribute to your wedding film.
There are many ways to approach a wedding film, but we focus on the story.
Are you all about the party? Is it a more low key, intimate affair? We'll make sure that this is the story we tell, through skilfully woven dialogue, cinematic footage and emotive music.
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Malcolm & Nicola
Married in August 2018
We loved the film so much!
We booked Curious Robin Films to capture our wedding day after watching just one of their wedding’s highlight reels. In fact, it was before we had even set our wedding da...
Richard & Nicola
Married in June 2017
"Managed to capture the day and every emotion"
After hours of searching through wedding videos online, we settled up-on Curious Robin Films to video our wedding in December 2016 and we could not be more happy with our...
Lucy & Johnny
Married in May 2016
Manages to take our breath away with every viewing
Well, where do we begin? Words cannot describe how perfect we felt out special day went! What made the day even more personal for us was having our friend Rob there to ca...
Probably the destination wedding in Sardinia. It was an intense, whirlwind adventure getting there and back but the town and wedding itself was such a magical experience that it made all the travel worth it.
The track record in capturing the unique essence of each wedding we've filmed, rather than operating to a template.
What is your No. 1 wedding planning tip for couples?
Don't worry. There is no reason to stress. Things not going to plan, even catastrophically wrong (bride spilling a whole glass of red wine down her dress), have often made the best moments and cherished memories for the couple.
What is your favourite personal touch you have seen at a wedding?
Probably a surprise video from the Groom's favourite author, Danny Wallace, which is significant because his book Yes Man, was directly responsible for the couple getting together.
Describe your typical process with a couple.
I'll usually exchange a few emails and have a phone call or meeting with a couple so we can get a sense if we want to work with each other (yep, it's important for both parties), then move to the formalities of booking and contracts. Then a couple of months pre-wedding I'll send a form out to get the precise details and arrange a physical meeting if possible. Then we're well set up for a wedding day whereby I tend to try not to interfere with the couple too much. It's all about documenting naturally.
What is the most exciting thing you have caught on camera?
On my iphone - a whale diving.
What is the one film you wish you had directed and why?
The Hobbit trilogy - to fulfil the potential provided by the book. Peter Jackson played a blinder with the Lord of the Rings, but the Hobbit was bloated, forced and missed so many key moments.
What is your favourite soundtrack to put to a wedding video?
I use stock music but I guess anything with build. Having said that, I love the music of Slow Meadow.
Describe how you got into videography.
I'd done bits and pieces on camcorders, etc over the years, but after getting married myself I got a gopro for a round the world honeymoon (because of its size and weight). A travel film I edited of that inspired a friend to ask me to film their wedding. I did that and suddenly people were asking how to book me.