White Feather Filmmaker are a wedding film company, based in the Highlands of Scotland, that are willing to travel internationally to create amazing wedding films. Company founder and lead videographer Tom Alner has artfully captured the essence of countless wedding celebrations through his lens since 2017. Tom and his team aim to do things differently, ensuring that they create a wedding film that is as unique as the couple-of-honour.
White Feather Filmmaker are passionate about tailoring their services to suit your style, needs, and vision for your wedding film. They take a naturalistic, story-driven approach to capturing all of the emotions and interactions of your occasion. Their aim is to cinematically depict the journey of your day in a style that reflects your personality and preferences. They use discreet filming equipment to ensure that every aspect of your celebration is captured while causing the least disruption to the natural flow of your event. The result is an expertly captured and edited wedding film of your most special day that can be treasured for many generations to come.
We offer a range of wedding film packages to suit most couple's needs. More information can be found on our website, or please get in touch directly to find out more
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