ABOUT ME

Hi, my name is Adam and there really isn't anything I love more than capturing life's special moments - ok I guess I love my gorgeous daughters Elizabeth and Charlotte more but it certainly comes close!

I absolutely love being on the cutting edge of technology which makes this a very exciting (and expensive) industry to be in as camera technology is moving fast!

 

I love learning, developing, and refining new skills which is obviously important to stay on top of the competition. One thing that isn't likely to change though is the fact I personally feel uncomfortable when someone else is filming or photographing me - if I'm aware it's happening... Which why I love the photo above my partner captured so much as I wasn't aware she was about to take the photo - the results are just really natural. I use my awareness of being formally captured as the main focus when it comes to my approach, I'm constantly asking myself if I would feel comfortable if I was on the other side of the camera and this has led me to develop an approach that gets fantastic, natural results in any situation.  

 

I film around 40 weddings a year of all sizes which has allowed me to truly specialise and focus a huge amount of my attention on shooting wedding films.  

For those of you who want to know a few things about me that aren't wedding video related I enjoy cycling, running, basketball, gardening, playing guitar, hill walking and of course, spending time with my wonderful family.

 

A fellow videographer asked me recently what my favourite thing in the world to film is and I said my family a bit to his surprise.  Capturing the precious moments in my life means so much to me it makes me feel very fulfilled to be able to do the same for my clients on one of the most important days of their lives.

Below is a short video I shot while visiting my parents at Loch Rannoch with my partner Pam and our daughter Lizzy.

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