This FeedTim Teaser film was filmed and produced by our cameraman Stefan for FeedTim’s Food Blog channel. Over several days of filming in Andalucia, a series of videos were created to showcase Tim’s passion for Mediterranean cooking.
John & Alexandra were married at All Saints Church, within the spectacular grounds of Sandon Hall, Staffordshire. After the church ceremony their wedding reception was held within the Saloon, at the majestic Sandon Hall. The Saloon was decorated in the theme of Alice in Wonderland and was an extravaganza of colour and imagery from the classic novel. It’s always great going back to Sandon Hall and having the privilege to film an event there and even better working with a fellow professional, Stuart of Stuart James Photography.
It was great working with such a prestigious brand recently. La Perla, an Italian luxury lifestyle company, asked us to produce a short promo video for the launch of their new festive window displays. Filming took place at their Belgravia Store, London. As soon as the displays were created we were at hand to film and edit the same day so that the final video could be released by La Perla to their worldwide audience as soon as possible.
We are really proud to say that the majority of our work comes from families who we have previously worked for and it’s always great revisiting and seeing past clients with their extended families. This wedding was no exception and it was so good being welcomed back to the Lefroy family home for another family event. Clemmie & Freddie were married at St Mary’s Church and the wedding reception took place at the family home in Barnes, London.
We do love filming Bar Mitzvah & Bat Mitzvah parties…and this was definitely no exception! Having filmed Harley’s brother’s Bar Mitzvah at The May Fair, it was a privilege to be welcomed back by the Conway family to film their youngest son’s Bar Mitzvah at Café De Paris. The Conway family sure know how to party and in doing so gave us plenty of great footage to film. The event was put together by the talented team at London Rox Events and the photography was Kate of Mummy Loves You.
Ruki & Chris’ wedding ceremony took place at The Manor of Groves Hotel, Hertfordshire. The civil ceremony took place in the idyllic gardens at the hotel, followed by a traditional Turkish reception within the glorious Manor Suite. The grand entrance into the reception was led by the Davul Zurna, a traditional form of Turkish music played by a large double-headed drum and a wind instrument. Another Turkish tradition , the testi dance, involves an earthenware pot that is filled with money and sweets. During the dance the pot is smashed to reveal it’s contents. The smashed pot is a good omen for the newly weds to have as many children as the broken pieces!