Adam Wing / Wedding Film Maker
My approach to documenting a wedding is to be completely discreet. I want to respect the environment of a wedding day, for both you and your guests. Generally, no one will even know they are being filmed. I truly believe that through my relaxed approach, I’m not only able to deliver, but will ultimately be able to provide the most natural, intimate and emotive results.
I use small, silent cameras, no complicated rigs or big fluffy microphones and a world away from the ugly, overbearing equipment that screams ‘eye-sore’. You want your wedding to be captured, but not feel like it’s being interrupted. So I’ll dress the part and I’ll blend in, there’s no direction, posing or cameras pointed in faces, and in stripping all this away, the focus can remain on the important stuff.. creating a lasting legacy of memories using natural light and real cinematic techniques.
I love getting to know my couples, hearing their stories and capturing their day. Each time, the story is completely unique, and I can’t wait to tell yours.
Image credit Andy Wardle Photography
I’ve been lucky enough to attend the weddings of over 300 couples, often travelling across the UK and abroad (even picking up a few awards along the way!). I’m also engaged myself, so I know, wedding planning is no joke!
When I’m not playing wedding crasher, I’ll be at home in the North West, with my girls & our dogs.
I like great food, good films, snowboarding and St. Ives (our happy place).
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