A good wedding video is more than pretty shots and nice music, it's about the story. These videos best capture the personalities of the couples and tell their story in a unique way.
Chloe & Patrick.
This was one of the most wholesome and romantic weddings I have ever attended. These guys have a cracking 'how-they-met' story, originally getting together in primary school for a few months before Chloe broke Patty's heart. Chloe and Patrick flew me over to Melbourne to shoot their big day and I'm forever grateful they took the chance on me. What an absolute pearler of a wedding this is.
Ayzia & Ricky.
A funky, disco themed backyard wedding in Falcon. What more could you ask for?! Ayzia is a fellow wedding vendor and a good friend of mine. It was very flattering to be asked to shoot her wedding. Not only that, it was super interesting to see what sort of wedding these guys would put together after working in the industry for so long. They did not disappoint!
Em & Mitch.
Rustic, boho, and Australiana vibes all the way with this one! Talk about a rollercoaster of emotions. If you're looking for a video that captures the gentle and romantic side of a wedding as well as the heap load of fun that comes after the ceremony, then this is it! This wedding had it all - dogs, tears, funnels and a Go Pro wielding Fireball bottle. Em and Mitch's vid will always be one of my favs.
Evie & Mihali.
A big and bold Greek wedding. Set at the beautiful Cottesloe Civic Centre and Greek Orthodox Church, Evie and Mihali put on one of the most glamorous weddings I have ever attended. No corners were cut here, this wedding had it all. I love the pacing and elegance of this video - I wanted to create a timeless and grand feeling that mirrored the grace of this gorgeous couple and their incredible wedding.
Ashlee & Gareth
An industrial, modern take on a traditional wedding. White Events pulled off one of the most impressive and original weddings I have ever seen with this one. Not only that, Ashlee and Gary's entire day was full of energy, laughs and good times. I'm really proud of this video, it was one that I was looking forward to for a while and it turned out better than I could have expected.
Isabella & Lachlan.
When I eventually hang up the camera, there will be a few weddings that I will look back on and remember with a certain fondness and warmth. This is without a doubt one of those weddings. Zel and Lachy tied the knot down in Yallingup. They wanted an extremely intimate affair, so intimate in fact that the photographer and I had to act as witnesses for the marriage. Their plan was to surprise their friends and family, they didn't want a big wedding. I really like how honest and authentic this video is to the couple - it's one that I am very proud of.
Tony & Leesa.
This is something completely different. A wedding shot entirely on super 16mm Kodak film. I had recently purchased an old Hollywood movie camera for my commercial work. Tony, who is one of my best mates, was about to get married and we spoke about the idea of a video. Leesa and Tony weren't too phased about getting a video, that wasn't what their wedding was about. We eventually came up with the idea to shoot it on film - to make something that felt like a timeless family video - something that preserved the day without all the flashy effects and transitions. What started as a favour for a mate ended up as one of the coolest and most honest films I have ever created in my career. I bloody love this video, it's so unique.