What is your most memorable wedding?
You know, I really can't say I have one favourite. It's a pretty close battle between the top 4/5.
Describe your style in 5 adjectives.
What about your business are you most proud of?
My reviews, I will always strive to make every couple happy, and some of the reviews I've received because of this are genuinely touching.
To make a great film gives me such satisfaction, and to then hear how the couple's feel about the film. It's hard to call this business a job.
What is your No. 1 wedding planning tip for couples?
Get a Videographer, obviously.
What is your favourite personal touch you have seen at a wedding?
Laura and Dan's Wedding, Laura spent the week prior collecting Conkers and twigs from the New Forest. It really added a fascinating charm to her day.
Describe your typical process with a couple.
Typically I would meet or have a Skype call with a customer, its great to see the person who might be coming to your wedding first. I'd then keep in contact via Email with them before the wedding, and then congratulate them on the big day when I'm there. But being careful not to interrupt or intrude in anyway. I'd then keep in contact with them during the editing process to find out what they would like for their film, this adds a personal touch that makes all my films unique to each person.
What is the most exciting thing you have caught on camera?
A waiter falling over with the wedding cake. Seriously, take a look. Jack and Nicholas Wedding on my YouTube channel.
What is the one film you wish you had directed and why?
No Country For Old Men, I know....it's not very romantic. But Damn, its good.
What is your favourite soundtrack to put to a wedding video?
I prefer older music, normally quite Soulful or Funky.
Describe how you got into videography.
I'm currently doing a Masters In film Production in Southampton. So I know how to use a camera. A friend asked If I could film her wedding in February 2017, I haven't looked back since.