YOUR QUESTIONS ANSWERED
HOW DO WE BOOK YOU?
Beginning with an enquiry, it’s super easy and fast to book. A link to Docusign.com along with an invoice is sent to you. All that’s required is a clickthrough to Docusign.com to read and sign the contract and to pay the booking fee. At any time I’m more than happy to meet for a chat or have a phone call to speak more.
HOW DO YOU DESCRIBE YOUR STYLE?
Documentary/Reportage. I stand back and let the day happen, this way the footage taken looks genuine and candid, not forced.
DO YOU TRAVEL FOR WEDDINGS?
Absolutely, I love travelling for a wedding! There is an additional cost of travel and accommodation but special rates are also available for these. Get in touch for a quote or to talk more about your wedding.
WHEN IS PAYMENT DUE?
A payment of 25% of the total is required upon booking, this is the booking fee. The remaining 75% can be paid at any time up to one month before the wedding day.
WHAT GEAR DO YOU USE?
In an effort to stay unobtrusive I try to keep my gear to a minimum. The thought of turning a wedding into a film production set makes me wince. I bring what’s necessary and whatever I’m not using at that time, it stay hidden away.
IN WHAT FORM WILL WE RECEIVE OUR WEDDING FILM?
Your videos will be supplied digitally on your very own private web address. When visited you will see a DVD-like menu system where you can watch, share and download all of your videos. USB sticks with display boxes are available at an additional cost, good for family & friends.
HOW DO YOU CHOOSE THE MUSIC?
Due to the frankly mad cost of licensing chart music, it is simply impossible (without breaking the law or paying a lot of money) to use it. Therefore there are services that offer large libraries of music that have been made for this very purpose. I attend the wedding and get a feel for the vibe, this allows me to make an educated guess when choosing the right music for the video.
WE DON’T LIKE POSING IN FRONT OF A CAMERA, WILL THAT BE A PROBLEM?
Not at all. If I’m doing my job correctly, you shouldn’t notice me. Hopefully you forget I’m even there.