A good wedding video is more than pretty shots and nice music, it's about the story. These videos, in my eyes, best capture the personalities of the couples and tell their story in a unique way.
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.
Gary & Catherine.
Here is a colourful, vibrant and summery Perth wedding. Gary and Cat booked me pretty last minute. I still managed to meet them and their family before the wedding and I walked away from the meeting feeling super excited for the day. That excitement was certainly justified as their wedding was incredible. Some of the best speeches of heard at a reception hands down. The styling was tasteful and modern (Cat is a graphic designer so no surprise) and the venue, Montgomery Hall, was the perfect choice.
Michelle & Matt.
This is a super fun, energetic Freo wedding! If you're after an upbeat, funky and cinematic wedding video then take a look at this. Matt and Michelle were the most smiley, down-to-earth couple. Their bridal party brought the party to the photoshoot where we took a stroll through Fremantle as the sun dipped over the horizon... what came next was the most epic video of the 2018/19 season for me.
Lucy & Josh.
Elegant, classy and romantic. This Hyde park wedding is most definitely one of my favourites and one that I will remember for a very long time. If you're having a DIY wedding then look no further, this is as DIY as they get. Lucy and Josh had their ceremony set up in a little pocket of Hyde Park and kept things very minimal. No arbour, no flowers, just chairs and a beautiful patch of grass. Their reception was at Josh's family home down the road in Mount Lawley and it was absolutely magnificent. These guys had a breadth of good friends and funny stories. Lucy and Josh are just lovely humans I think this video really shows that.
Amy & Mitch.
Ever seen a full blown anti-wedding? Well... here is one to feast your eyes upon. Being creative people, Amy and Mitch are admittedly not fans of the generic, cookie cutter weddings that seem to be trending in Perth. So they planned the most against the grain wedding that was 100% about having fun with their mates and dancing as much as possible. Their plans certainly worked out... After I left, the dance floor had poured out on to the street where they were joined by a big crew of backpackers from the hostel across the road. I love this wedding and I was excited to challenge myself with a totally new style.
Kaela & Shane.
This is one of the most stunning Margaret River elopements I think I'll ever shoot. Kaela booked me super early on when I was just starting out and my videos weren't that good. I guess she saw something in me because by the time her big day rolled around I was able to produce this stunning video. I shot this on my birthday with my girlfriend as the second shooter. This will always be a special one for me, this is what happens when your couples back you in and believe in you! Love this one so much.
Rae & Leslie.
Leading up to their wedding Rae & Leslie mentioned they were after something whimsical and elegant. She sent over a list of songs that she liked and right away I could picture their video playing out. The State Buildings in Perth really provided the perfect canvas for this film. What undoubtedly helped was Rae and Leslie's kind disposition and the amazing work of Holly and Sarah from Confetti and Co wedding planning. This is as cinematic as I can shoot, it's slow burner that is soft and gentle yet equally fun and inspiring.