Hi, I’m Heather and I’m a professional female Worthing wedding videographer, creating beautiful, relaxed wedding films full of laughter, warmth and glorious wedding day joy.
I’m really honored to have been named as one of the Top Wedding Videographers in London and the South East, so you can rest assured your precious wedding day memories are in safe hands. I’m based in Brighton and I work in Worthing and across Sussex and the South East.
I work in a relaxed documentary way, filming your wedding day as it unfolds and blending in with your friends and family as much as possible to capture special moments and genuine emotion. Unlike a lot of wedding videos, my films are about you and your unique day rather than staged shots.
I’ve been lucky enough to have shot weddings at some of Worthing’s most beautiful wedding venues, such as: Cissbury Barns, Long Furlong Barn, Seldon Barn and Field Place. Offering the best of both worlds in terms of seaside and countryside, Worthing is just along the coast from Brighton and has plenty of amazing options for couples looking for a beautiful Sussex wedding venue.
If you are looking for a venue with rustic charm then there are plenty of countryside barns just a short drive from central Worthing in the South Downs such as Seldon Barns, Cissbury Barns and Long Furlong Barn. All these venues are fully licensed, enabling you to have both your ceremony and reception all under one roof.
For couples wanting an elegant wedding venue, Worthing’s Findon Place might just be what you are after. Located just a short drive from the centre of Worthing, Findon Place is an elegant Georgian country house. Situated in the beautiful countryside of the South Downs, with a beautiful tended grounds (ideal for stunning wedding photographs), a sweeping driveway that’s sure to impress your guests, and options for both indoor and outdoor wedding ceremonies – and if you weren’t convinced enough that this is a luxury wedding venue there is also a helicopter pad for couples wanting to arrive at their wedding in style!
Frequently Asked Questions
Why choose me to film your wedding?
I like to keep my filming as natural as possible so I film your day as it unfolds, rather than asking you to pose or act up for the camera. It goes without saying that your film will be romantic, but the reason most of my couples book me is because they want more than just a pretty video. They are drawn to my documentary style and the way I observe people interacting with each other and the special moments shared.
Depending on the coverage you opt for, as a guide, my full day coverage would usually begin an hour or two before your wedding ceremony to cover your preparations and the pre-wedding buzz. I’ll then film your ceremony, speeches and then the rest of your day until your first dance, and a little of the dancing just after.
Do you work on your own?
For the majority of weddings I work on my own. I find this allows me to blend in with your family and friends a lot easier. I know a lot of couples aren’t used to being in front of the camera and the thought of lots of photographers and videographers at their wedding can seem overwhelming, so I aim to be as unobtrusive as possible on the day.
How much are your wedding films?
I offer a range of different packages to suit all budgets. Further information about all my Wedding Collections can be found here. Alternatively, if you are planning something a bit different then get in touch and we can design a bespoke package to suit your special day.
How do we book you?
If you’d like to book me to film your wedding, the first step is to get in touch to check that I’m available on your wedding date. If I’m free you’ll just need to complete a booking form and pay a £500 booking fee and that’s it, your date will be secure.
The booking fee is applied towards whichever wedding photography package you choose, with the remaining balance due four weeks before your wedding. I’ll also get in touch with you around this time to go over your final plans and answer any last minute questions or concerns you have.