Hello, my name is Stéphanie and I’m a wedding videographer and documentary wedding photographer. I live in Birmingham and film and photograph weddings close to home in the Midlands as well as further afield all around the UK.
I take a natural, storytelling approach to wedding filmmaking, capturing events as they happen in a subtle, non-intrusive, documentary manner, but always with an eye open for beautiful natural light, filmic colour and composition.
Let’s Tell Your Story
For full coverage wedding filmmaking, choose from three buildable collections: ‘Highlights’, ‘Feature’ or ‘Documentary’. Each collection includes a full day of filming and travel within 50 miles of Birmingham. My husband Ed second shoots for me on busy days with multiple venue changes, but I’m also available to film solo in the Birmingham area for smaller weekday weddings. If you’re just looking for a short music video style wedding video and don’t need your ceremony & speeches in full too, take a look at my ‘Music Video Collection‘.
£1450 // 4-5 minute cinematic highlights film // Your full vows, readings and speeches as a separate, fully edited video with two camera angles // The option to have a longer film made up to one year after your wedding
The Highlights Collection features the best footage from your wedding day and provides you with a lovely memento to complement your wedding photos. I focus on telling your story as a couple, and include snippets of your vows and speeches.
£1850 // 4-5 minute cinematic highlights film // A 20-25 minute chronological, storytelling feature film // Your full vows, readings and speeches as a separate, fully edited video with two camera angles
The Feature Collection builds on The Highlights Collection to give you a lot more detail. I think of it as a contemporary take on full coverage.
£1850 single ceremony or £2000 multiple ceremonies // 4-5 minute cinematic highlights film // A traditional, chaptered, start to finish documentary wedding film set to a cinematic soundtrack.
The Documentary Collection is a more traditional take on wedding videography. It’s popular with couples who are planning a traditional muslim, sikh or hindu wedding with religious and civil ceremonies held on the same day.
Unless you work in media or advertising, chances are that you are new to the world of video production. It’s completely normal to have lots of why, what, where and how questions, especially when thinking about videography for an event as important as your own wedding. I’ve put together an FAQ but if there’s something else you’d like to know, just get in touch.