cinematic wedding films
Simply put, our goal is to create a beautiful and emotional piece of film that will make you both smile and cry at the same time. A film that, in 30 years from now, will take you back to the happiest day of your life and remind you what it felt like to look your best friend in the eye and say "I do".
Angela and Sophie
Location: Jacks Point, Queenstown
These girls are simply awesome. They flew over from Brisbane because they couldn't wait any longer for Australia to sort out its marriage equality laws. NZ welcomed them with open arms and the Queenstown weather put on a show like you wouldn't believe.
Danielle and Reece
Location: The Wharf, Northcote Point
These guys have three parts to their relationship, Danielle, Reece and God. Such amazing energy on their day, especially from Reece and his boys as you'll see at the end of the film. Enjoy!
Dharni and Nikhil
WOW... What an experience filming these two beautiful people! Four days of glorious festivities, food, love, laughter and dancing (boy was there a lot of dancing!).
Katy and James
Location: Mudbrick, Waiheke Island
These two were just the sweetest things to witness on their wedding day. I don't think James' eyes left Katy after he saw her for the first time in her dress. So many gorgeous words were said and a simply perfect sunset to top it all off.
Joe and Margaret
Location: Miarangi Bay & Carrington Pump House
I love these two. Margaret and Joe have been good friends of mine for a long time and I was lucky enough to film their special day. Their love and trust in God was such a strong part of their wedding and their fun, bubbly energy infected everyone in the room.
Amanda and Jamie
Strolling down the beach on a tropical island at sunset sounds like a dream for most people but for Amanda and Jamie it was just one tiny part of their stunning, romantic and heart warming wedding day.
Sarah and Vinnie
Location: Hawkes Bay
No matter how you pointed a camera at these two, they looked simply amazing on their wedding day. The spark between them was such a privilege to witness.