When the sun suddenly shows it’s face after a day long deluge it is almost more striking than a full day of impeccable weather.  Yes, I was soaked to the skin, but it was more than worth it to be a part of Susannah and Alex’s wedding.  There were lots of friendly faces to make me feel welcome as I had already spent a few days in Bergerac filming their friends Juliet and Anthony’s wedding.  This gave the whole experience a lift and I felt more of a guest than a supplier.  Thank you for the huge welcome Susannah and Alex!  I hope this is not the last time we will spend time together.

Impossibly beautiful light, the warmest of people and a killer story of family coming together is what I live for as a wedding film maker.  I would like to thank from the bottom of my heart, Amanda and Scott for having me be part of their wedding adventure in Tuscany.  It was an amazing two days I will not forget, congratulations.  X.

  • 13 May ’17 - 11:13

    Priti - Wow absolutely love this Jeff. Just stumbled across your work. Stunning colours and tone. BeautifulReplyCancel

…Well technically a next day edit as this was done between the hours of 1 and 3 am on the night of the wedding ready for a screening in a luxury cinema the next morning.  WARNING! – this is 9 minutes long!  It was going to take a while for all the guests to walk over and enter the cinema and the usual 3 or 4 minutes hardly seemed worth it.  Also the fact that it’s not on the actual wedding day allows for a more relaxed viewing experience.

Sophie and Gregg are a fun loving couple, in the extreme!  and had me in stitches for the whole three days, especially Gregg with his American attempt at a Yorkshire accent during his speech.

Gregg is a movie producer from a family of movie producers who have a lot of movie producer friends so ‘no pressure there then!’ I must have been mad to offer a SDE but with a cinema like the one at Soho Farm House it was a no brainer!



It was typical Lake District weather when Becky and Lindsay got married at the lovely Gilpin Hotel and Lake House in Windermere.  Lots of rain and some glorious sunshine in between.  As some of the guests pointed out, this is a true representation of the area and good for some of the guests visiting from further afield.

Lindsay is a wildlife documentary cameraman and so I was flattered to be chosen to film their day.  As well as a little nervous!

This  awesome performance by Lucy Styles made for an easy decision when it came to the underscore for this highlights film.  An incredible talent and such an original voice!

  • 4 Jan ’17 - 14:39

    Howard Wing - Simply amazing Jeff 👌ReplyCancel

    • 4 Jan ’17 - 15:54

      Jeff Wood - Thanks so much Howard! Will I see you at TWIA?

  • 10 Jan ’17 - 22:01

    Joanna Jones - Jeff that’s really beautiful – so nice to see some more of your work. Hope life is treating you well!ReplyCancel



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Eat incredible food, prepared on an open wood-coil fire in a rustic barn. Warm up with authentic Hungarian Goulash and locally grown fruit brandy while you chat about the day’s feast of knowledge.  Then revive in one of the jacuzzi’s before another full day watching technical, artistic and commercial analyses of every part of the wedding film making business.  This isn’t just a wedding film workshop, this is a community getting together.
And Sony are giving away two tickets – www.2people1life.com/landingpage
Join me, Jeff Wood at Varga Tanya, Hungary (http://www.vargatanya.hu/en/) to get inspired and supercharge your wedding film business. $900 (est. £693) includes transfers, food, entertainment and accommodation for 14th, 15th and 16th November 2016 and there are return flights for under £50 from Stanstead!
But why Hungary? This was down to my friends with the most destination wedding experience in history – 2people1life. They are organising the whole thing.  Visit http://2people1life.com/videography-workshop-hungary/ for the lowdown on why they chose this unique destination.
















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