The Original Wedding MonoFilm. 

In my work, I’ve always been big on stories. My aim is to capture the whole day in a set of images that really bring forward the feeling and the emotions from your wedding. 

An obvious way to showcase this is in a Wedding Photofilm, or a simple slideshow. 

I’ve also been a lover of black & white photographs for as long as I can remember. I find there’s something romantic about stripping away the sometimes distracting colour to just be left with the pure emotions of the image. 

And so the Black & White photofilms were born, I’ve dubbed them ‘the MonoFilm’. This is essentially a fast-paced Photofilm containing every photograph from a couples big day, in black & white. 

It almost watches like a video or a time-lapse film, but still has the feel that only still-photography can deliver. It’s not intended to be a direct replacement for video if that is important to you, but a new and unique way of reliving your big day. 

Monofilms are included in my Monochrome Collection

So turn up the volume and sit back, and enjoy some recent mono films below.

Amy & Elliot, The Old Palace in Chester

Amy & Elliot got married at the Old Palace in Chester. Their big day was so much fun, which you’ll see in the Wedding MonoFilm above. 

Abbie & Stephen, Soughton Hall

Soughton Hall is an amazing venue for a wedding! Abbie and Stephens beautiful Story is told in Black & White. 

Rachel & Neil, Walton Hall

Rachel & Neil were married at the stunning Walton Hall & Gardens in Cheshire. 

Sue & Simon

After a civil ceremony, we made our way for a walk (and row) around the local park before heading back to Sue and Simon’s lovely house for a good ol’ knees-up. 

Danielle & Danny

A beautiful church wedding followed by a relaxed summer garden party at Grandma’s house. 

Emilie & Simon, West Tower

This West Tower Wedding was during certain Covid-restrictions, but we still had an absolute blast… Albeit mostly outdoors!