Maggie and Luke / brisbane wedding feature film

Maggie: “Oh hey Matt. When Luke proposed, he gave his phone to the restaurant waiter to film it. Do you think you’d be able to use it at all?”

Me: “Ummm…hell yes.”

Here’s Maggie and Luke’s feature film.

Thanks for watching.

lisa and michael / wedfest 2015

“see I believe life is all about making memories.

some of them are good, some of them are bad, but all of them sculpt who we are today.

and to make a memory stick – to make it really last…

often it has to be something different and unique”

lisa and michael’s wedfest: a true reflection of who they are.

their favourite memories, concerts, markets, food stalls, festivals and celebrations.

#lisamichaelwedfest

Jen Willis - Beautiful – this video brings out the fun and yet is so richly filled with love. Congratulations.

Karen Elizabeth Philp - Beautiful people xxxxx

Eileen - Wow… This is an exceptional, amazingly full cover of the most special wedding I have ever experienced…. So much detail.. Not a second missed…

Melanie Mead - I love this. Thank you for sharing with me! Xx

katie and clint / maleny retreat wedding film

“as a young man I never really thought about my wedding.

I always knew I wanted to get married but, that’s really as far as it went.

but standing here tonight all these years on in front of you guys, in front of our friends and family, and now being married to honestly…

the best woman I have ever met in my entire life.

I feel blessed. thank you”

katie and clint.

#clintloveskatie

credits

planning + styling + coordination: the wonderful pink and purple petals
celebrant: sandra hill
ceremony + reception: maleny retreat
band: sessions entertainment

sarah and james / noosa wedding film

we’re all connected.

it’s been said many times before by people much wiser than me, but it’s true. peel the layers back and at our cores we’re all essentially the same.

sarah and james are both extraordinarily high achievers.

to hear him articulate so well about how surreal an experience it was to be in front of family + friends was something else.

weddings are one of the few life events where this sameness we all share is in plain sight. they’re the great equaliser, and it’s a beautiful thing.

#happilyeverwalshes

credits

planning + styling + coordination: white+white
celebrant: emily jade o’keefe
photography: studio impressions
reception: ricky’s bar and restaurant
flowers: mondo floral designs
hair: ziggies
strings: 16 strings
band: rush entertainment
furniture hire: CL weddings

soundtrack licensed through the music bed

bec and phil / rydges south bank wedding

ah – bec and phil. I have been waiting for a long time to share this day.

so much content. so many moments. so many good stories.

it was one of those days + celebrations where everything just went right.

as I went through the footage and put the edit together, there was one thing in particular that caught my attention.

bec had hand written in a ‘reasons I want to marry you’ book to phil:

‘you understand that sometimes I just need to cry – and you hug me and comfort me.’

that will do me.

side note: this is a slightly different editing direction to previous pieces. instead of multiple angled quicker cuts of events, I’ve focused more on letting more poignant shots breathe, giving them the screen time they deserve.

there’s 2 sequences in particular given this treatment – a free custom USB drive for the first to identify them. give your answer in the comments.

credits

planning + coordination + flowers: giacinta from pink and purple petals
ceremony: st mary’s south brisbane
reception: rydges at southbank
photography: jess marks photography
soundtrack licensed through the music bed and song freedom

Van Middleton - Beautiful as always. Sucha great edit. Loved the kids speech at the start!

Ruth O'Dwyer - just loved it! Can’t wait until I get my new computer on Tues and watch it with sound! lovely close-up glimpses and expressions that a distant guest doesn’t get on the day. a beautiful memory.

Carly Cosmo - What a beautiful celebration, love how you captured it.