Videographers I've worked with and love doing so.

Miles of Trevelyan Films (based in North Devon)

I have the absolute pleasure of introducing Miles not only as a stunning videographer but also a friend.  Whilst our friendship is certainly not a good enough reason to book him what it does mean is that we work seamlessly together, are uncompetitive and in fact support each other's artistic recording of your wedding.  We can both swap anecdotes about working with individuals who block shots or who work selfishly and fail to put you the client before their ego or portfolio.  That's not us.  Miles and I are a team.  We enjoy working together so much that we are happy to offer a discount on your booking if you choose to have both videography and photography.  

We live nearby each other so meeting with you or organising a video call is easy.

Have a look at his work...

Byron of Powerhouse Productions (based on Dartmoor)

I've worked with Byron a few times and immediately recognised him as a highly organised yet fun and creative character.  Over the years I've seen the enormous care he puts into in his post-production; he doesn't have a set formula for wedding photography and is able to weave a couples interests into his films by working closely with them when planning, shooting and editing the films.  Have a look at some of his gorgeous work...

Luc Amaden (based in Bristol)

I met Luc at a wedding and immediately warmed to his calm, contemplative style. Although drawn to the key parts of a wedding he's also  looking for the natural moments that make a wedding unique.  Luc works subtly, carrying high-quality yet light weight equipment, he's able to insert himself into an event without drawing attention to the fact he has a camera.


If I'm not able to shoot your wedding or these recommended videographers are unavailable; I encourage you to seek individuals who have worked together before, but if that's not possible: make sure they make time to talk to each other before your wedding.  Your day deserves people keen to tell your story and not mine it for their portfolio and social media.  

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