Frequently Asked Questions

How do you work on the day?

 

Natural, real shots are my favourite! I set up as little as possible - this is because in my experience, as soon as you know a camera is watching you, you tense and lose yourself.  The best films come from moments when you aren't aware a camera is on you. I work alongside your photographer, remaining in the background and I just let you enjoy your day. 

Do you have a second shooter?

 

Currently I am a solo wedding videographer, but if this is something your day will require then it's certainly something we can look into.

Are you insured?

 

I am insured and always happy to show my documents when required. I would always encourage anyone to take out wedding insurance.

 

How long is our wedding film going to be?

 

This is very dependant on the day but can range from 45 - 90 minutes long.  You also get a highlights film which is 3-5 minutes long.

Is there a contract?

 

There is, which is there to protect myself and you. This is sent via email and is asked to be signed and returned along with the 10% deposit to secure your wedding date. The remaining balance is then due 6 weeks before your wedding.

 

Should we feed you on the day?

 

If you would like to feed me that is very kind and I will be very grateful, however if that is not possible please let me know so I can bring my own food.

 

Do you do photography as well?

 

No I'm afraid not, however I can recommend a number of fantastic photographers who would be very happy to have a chat with you.

Can we meet?

 

Absolutely! It's incredibly important to feel comfortable with all the suppliers you book as they are very much a part of your day. I'm very happy to meet before, or FaceTime if a meeting isn't possible.

 

 

When will I receive my wedding film?

 

Post Production can take quite some time, there's a lot of editing involved and a lot of watching everything back multiple times. I aim to deliver your film by 12 weeks after your wedding date, however this can take longer. These things can't be rushed so please be patient and I promise it will be worth the wait!