It may sound a little overdramatic, but it’s what drives the production to create timeless keepsakes for you to relive time and time again. Let me take you back to the beginning. Ever since I was a child, I had a fascination with video cameras. My parents’ giant VHS camera is a vivid memory. I would make the mundane extraordinary, or create amateur action films with friends. You didn’t find a Gameboy or new kicks on my birthday wishlist, I always asked for editing software and film equipment instead.

I loved being behind the lens — as a shy child it was a way to express myself and share my world. I’ve always leant on the side of perfection, but never let it overshadow creativity. During high school the hopeless romantic inside me started to shine. As I nurtured my craft, the optimism of rom-coms had me at hello. My top picks included (500) Days Of Summer, What If? and Love Actually. Even with their lighthearted nature, unbridled love and hope is why we keep coming back to them. This combined with my love for storytelling led to creating short films about connection during this time. I also got my first taste of the industry as a wedding editor and realised that’s where my energy and film needed to go… and here we are.

Through the years working in this industry, I’ve built on my skill set and crafted a style that’s bootstrapped the decision to go out on my own. Two things set me apart — my essence and approach. I have unrelenting passion for love, and dedication to telling your story. I achieve this in both the filming and post-production stages — creating that ruminating atmosphere, alluring tone and depth of love. By combining visuals and complementing soundscapes, the passion and nature of love is elevated without distraction.