I love a good wedding and enjoy shooting them almost as much as being a guest.
It’s a really great honour honour to be part of your special day and I take the responsibility very seriously. As every wedding videographer says – my style is unobtrusive. I do get in there amongst your guests but use a smaller camera when gathering those shots. It has excellent stabilisation so works fantastically without a tripod. Weddings from the North was born from Leeds based independent production company The View from the North. We are most commonly known for our popular, prime time industrial and architectural history documentaries with the late Fred Dibnah (ask your parents)! When children arrived on the scene I realised that the direction of the company needed to change. It’s wonderful spending weeks away filming all over the country at amazing locations, but it quite simply doesn’t work with young children. Hence the birth of Weddings from the North. Saying that though – anyone who wants to take me to Barbados for their wedding – I’m in! The role of the videographer, in my eyes is to capture what is naturally happening on the day. The photographer may ask you and your guests to do weird and wonderful things but I won’t. I’ll be there to capture whatever happens but not to try and influence it. Professional video and sound equipment is used to shoot your wedding and Apple’s Final Cut Pro for the edit. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me for a no obligation chat.