What is your most memorable wedding?
It's always your first, isn't it? (hem)
The Crossleys in Chichester, 2008. Huge, touching, sprawling, magical and heartfelt. What more could I have asked for?
Describe your style in 5 adjectives.
What about your business are you most proud of?
Our artistry and originality. Nothing is needless. Nothing is inappropriate.
What is your No. 1 wedding planning tip for couples?
Start early and trust your early dreams.
A great late idea with no time to execute, remains just that. A great idea.
Describe your typical process with a couple.
It starts with a questionnaire. I get the bare bones. Then after maybe a couple of emails, we'll pencil in a talk, either in person or video chat. This is where I really get to know you both. After that, I leave you to your other thoughts so that you can rest assured, the film is dealt with.
What is the one film you wish you had directed and why?
A Single Man
Totally classy, simple, understated. Like anything I've ever tried to do, story is king, and boy does it show.
What is your favourite soundtrack to put to a wedding video?
This will be as different as the couple.
And you'll be glad to know, royalty free too, so you can share it wherever you like.
Describe how you got into videography.
Using the most basic of camera trickery, my big brother would make himself disappear and interact with copies of himself on TV.
I was only 8 but I HAD to know the secret. Combine this with a great love of music videos and visual art, and off we went.