Vaulty Manor Wedding Film - Katie & Sean - Philip Smith Visuals
Katie & Sean's Vaulty Manor Wedding Film - Shot on location at Vaulty Manor by Philip Smith Visuals. July 2016. Essex Wedding Video / Essex Wedding Film
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Vaulty Manor Wedding Film – Katie & Sean

Vaulty Manor Wedding Video – Shot on location at Vaulty Manor, Goldhanger, Essex
July 2016

Firstly I just want to say a massive thank you for capturing our special day on the 16th July (can’t believe it’s been 3 weeks already!). You were such a pleasure to work with right from when we first met, and we are so pleased with the videos that you produced…. we can’t stop watching them especially the highlights video! You really did a fantastic job in capturing the special memories from our wedding day and you captured these moments so naturally. I would recommend Phil to anyone who is thinking of having a videographer for their wedding day as he’s professional, so easy to work with, a genuine nice guy and really does capture the day and it’s special moments so brilliantly!

I’m a big fan of Vaulty Manor & I’m a big fan of Katie & Sean. The times that we’d met up in the lead up to this wedding, we’d ended up talking for way longer than was necessary. As such, I knew what sort of wedding this would be. This Vaulty Manor Wedding would be fun, loud & a genuine party.

This was the first really hot wedding of the year for me, right in the middle of that glorious two weeks of summer we had during July. Katie & Sean’s wedding was such a bright, breezy & warm wedding that it really suited a hot day. The venues were gloriously light & open, which added to the relaxed feel. I started the day around the corner from the church at Katie’s parent’s house. As the girls were getting ready I could hear the church bells drift on the wind into the kitchen, which added to the excitment in the lead up to the service.

The service itself was warm, although I had to adopt a position at the back of the Church, which isn’t my favourite position to film a wedding. Not that it mattered, to me the union is the most important moment of the day & I was able to get some great footage of that moment. Infact, I spent most of the service stood alongside photgrapher Jayne Lloyd for this wedding, she was great company & took some stunning pictures. Do have a look if you get the chance.

Vaulty Manor
looks stunning on a hot summer’s day. The light barn & the driveway to the venue really benefit from the bright sun & Katie had worked so hard to add some fantastic touches to this day. Sean showed his appreciation with a little gift during the speeches, which was a very sweet touch. So much so that my wife, on watching the final cut before delivery, asked why I didn’t do that when we were married!

Katie & Sean produced an incredible day & I was delighted to be able to capture it. I really hope they both love this film.

Shot with two Canon 5d Mk2s & a Sony A7s
Edited with Premiere Pro CS6

Audio mixed in Dobly with Adobe Audition

Philip Smith