Out of the Covd-19 lockdown, good things happen! Introducing my new online videography training course – the Wedding Film Academy for Female Filmmakers.
Legal advice to wedding suppliers during the Covid-19/ coronavirus crisis from Samuel O’Toole, Solicitor at legal firm Briffa.
Women Who Photo & Film aims to inspire and empower female filmmakers and we will be talking at The Video Show (part of The Photography Show) in Birmingham.
Videographer trainer Emma Wilson was interviewed for Rangefinder Magazine all about ‘leveling the playing field as a female wedding filmmaker’.
In March, I will head over to the NEC in Birmingham to share insight, opinion, tips and tricks on videography, storytelling and cinematography at The Video Show & The Photography Show.
I’ve worked with some fantastic wedding planners on wonderful weddings – here’s my tips on establishing a brilliant working relationship from the outset.
It was exactly three years ago that I left a 25-year career in broadcasting behind me for a new chapter in my life – building up my wedding film business.
GDPR…. This May – a piece of legislation comes into force called the European General Data Protection Regulation and there’s been much talk – and confusion – among the wedding film industry about what this will mean.
I use a Canon EOS 5D Mark III but I am not telling you which camera to invest in. I’m suggesting you invest in a camera for the right reasons, that’s all.