Hello, my name is Andy.
I am a friendly wedding videographer, film maker and photographer from Bournemouth.
I am passionate about producing highlight wedding videos and films that capture you. Your spirit. Your quirks. The fleeting moments that might otherwise go unnoticed.
I approach your wedding day with a smile on my face and a documentary approach that captures natural moments as they unfold.
Documentary Wedding Photography
I also take photos! Capturing a snapshot of a couple’s wedding day is a real privilidge and one that I thoroughly enjoy. I take a documentary approach to the day, which means capturing all the joy and emotions, in a discreet (yet fun) way.
I would describe my videography style as emotive, contemporary and upbeat.
Weddings are amazing, emotional days and I want you to remember the uncontrollable laughter and tear-jerking moments in equal measures. That means I take a quiet approach on the day and let your day unfold naturally. When the day is over, my work begins. Editing is where the film is made (literally and figuratively). My approach is modern, upbeat and emotive, and I carefully choose music that reflects this.
Andy in a Nutshell
Capturing weddings is the most incredible occupation! In my spare time you will probably still find me with my camera in hand.
I spend as much time as possible outdoors, roaming the UK or abroad taking photographs of everything and everything. I was born and raised in Dorset, but I am lucky enough to have lived in Australia and France. In fact, I developed much of my photo and video skills whilst travelling and living in the Alps. Other things that you might not know about me include… I love cheese boards, I own the world’s best dog and I recently photographed my Mum’s wedding!
Some people buy clothes, some spend their money on going out. I buy cameras & lenses.
I film with the Sony a7sii and 2x Sony a6300s. They are well regarded as some of the most compact and powerful event videography cameras. Both film in 4K and are capable of filming high quality video in low light situations. I use 2x Nikon D750s for photography, which are the go to choice for many professional photographers. I have a selection of native lenses, as well as third party lenses from Sigma, Tamron and Samyang.