Shirley & Chris’ Civil Ceremony took place at “The Real Downton Abbey’, Highclere Castle, an exquisite country house set in a 5,000 acre estate within the glorious Hampshire countryside. It’s always a great pleasure filming at this amazing setting and Shirley and Chris’ wedding did not fail to add the glamour that the venue deserves. After their Civil Ceremony at Highclere Castle, the wedding party and guests made their way to The Vineyard to celebrate their wedding reception.
During the hotest day of the year, Claire & Daniel were married at the world-renowned Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Set within 300 acres of beautiful gardens, the World Heritage site provided a stunning backdrop to Claire & Daniel’s Jewish wedding. The Ketubah, a Jewish marriage contract, was signed amongst close family and friends in the Sir Joseph Banks Building. The Jewish wedding ceremony then proceeded to the Nash Conservatory, finishing off with the huge reception party in the Orangery.
Promotional film created for Weston Park to showcase their venue as a wedding location. With its classical architecture, set in stunning Capability Brown parkland, Weston Park is the picture perfect location for any wedding.
Amy & Richard’s wedding took place in one of London’s most iconic buildings, the prestigious St Pancras Renaissance Hotel. The marriage ceremony was officiated by Harriet O’Brien, a humanist wedding celebrant, who co-wrote the wedding ceremony with the bride and groom. As a result, the ceremony played out as Amy & Richard’s personal story which was enjoyed by all their friends and family. With a mix of Jewish & Irish traditions the wedding reception was a huge extravaganza showcased by one of the UK’s best party band, Sensation Band. Mark Bothwell was the official photographer who as always captured the day with such ease and expertise that the day was all about the bride and groom having an exceptional time, which they sure did!
Eleni & Jonathan’s wedding ceremony & reception took place in the grounds of the prestigious Rugby School. Rich in history, Rugby School was the perfect backdrop with it’s historic buildings and beautiful setting. As Old Rugbeians, Eleni & Jonathan had the privilege of having their marriage ceremony held within the spectacular Chapel. Afterwards, the wedding reception took place in a marquee on the fields where in 1823 the game of rugby was invented by William Webb Ellis.
It was a huge privilege to be involved in our most recent project, to create a short film for Princethorpe College’s Development Office. As the College celebrates its 50th Anniversary, they have established a Developement Office to enable the provision of more bursaries to deserving pupils and the film was produced to showcase this good cause.