Drunk uncles and late night sunsets.

Filming someone's big day scares the hell out of me, because you've only got one chance to get it right, and if you mess it up then you're in trouble. But it's a privilege to be tasked with filming someone's day, and putting together a film that sets it in stone for the rest of their lives. As ever, the most important part is capturing the people involved - it's all very well having a nice sunset or contrived aerial shot to look at, but if you don't have a couple kissing or drunk uncle in it, then it's just not the same. What I'm good at is spotting people and putting them front and centre - take a look at some of my work above and see what grabs your attention most, a pretty church or nervous bride caught in the moment.
I'm there to film the whole day (from prep to sunset if needs be) and capture everything I possibly can. No occasion is out of bounds, and drunk uncles are carefully encouraged.
Garry did an exceptional job of capturing my daughter Chloe and her husband Josh’s wedding day in June. He is professional, engaging and yet so discreet in his job that we didn’t notice he was filming yet he captured the joy and happiness of the day perfectly. He is a great individual and I would have no hesitation in recommending him to anyone. - Beverley Pengilly


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