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"a living memory like your video will give us happy memories for a long time to come"

Julie & Sharon

"thank you for the hard work and effort you put into our video - it is super "

Deborah & Kevin

With so many people offering to film your wedding day how can you be sure to choose the right one. Just owning a camcorder these days seems to qualify you as a professional wedding videographer. Of course you know this is not the case.

As I can film more than the service this results in the illusion of more than one camera at your wedding, breaking the monotony of one static shot.

A tripod is used whenever practical. Unlike many others, I carry a great deal of equipment and spares, including a spare video camera, just in case.

Public liability insurance is yet another difference between myself and the other so called professionals.

It goes without saying that PVP uses digital equipment for filming and editing. A professional grade digital three chip camera is used, not a camcorder bought in Currys.

Also the Groom would wear a professional quality lapel radio microphone to enable me to get a clear controlled sound from your vows.

If I am required in the evening, then an option open to you is that, with a hand held radio microphone I would collect personal comments from your guests during the buffet is offered.

To put the icing on the proverbial cake, the end of the video is finished off with the most memorable moments of your wedding day put together with special effects to a piece of music of your choice.


We offer four Set Packages with peak summer prices starting at £600. Each however can be tailor made to suit you. Being in the wedding industry for over 21yrs we have found the packages we offer cover most people. As with most companies we also offer optional extras.

So why are people offering it for less? Read their packages, what do you get for that low price, you might be surprised its not for what most customers require. Do they film for a living?, thus cannot commit the many many hours needed to edit it to a high standard and please do not take my word for it, look at there examples ( if they have any ). Also they do no buy copyright licences and or public liability insurance or in a professional video body.

In life we all have to stick to a budget, but most people only get married once. Is it really worth the risk.

We do video/dvd for a living, no other main job then filming as a way to make some extra money.


A futher example of my work can be found here

"we would have no hesitation recommending your work"

Pauline & Nev

"you made a super video which we will treasure"

Lynn & Tony