Hi, I'm Pedro and I'm not a wedding videographer

I don't see myself like a wedding videographer, although I sometimes call me one for practicality's sake. I like to treat every wedding differently and film things because they tell a story - not just for the sake of it. Yes, do I have a pricing brochure, but each film I do is a commission that's different from any other. My films are my take on your love story and your love story is by definition unique.

I don't do traditional shots. I shoot what helps to tell the story. Your story. I shoot what's beautiful. What's important to you. What makes cinematic sense. Of course I do cover ceremony and speeches and all the main bits and the odd detail, but I leave the traditional shots to the photographer.

For this reason, I cannot say how your film is going to be. You can have an idea from my former films, but I can only start to visualise it as I go through the day.

The films I produce are not documentaries either - that much even Uncle Bob could do. For me, good light and visuals are paramount. It doesn't really matter if you capture every-single-thing if it doesn't look great.

A final word to say sound, for me, if more than half the picture. It drives the story forward. When I say sound, I say broadcast-quality sound. Most of us can go on watching somehow flawed footage, but bad sound is an instant turn off. Therefore, everyone who speaks is mic'ed up, including the bride. Sometimes this involves some extra work  to make it really unobtrusive with he wedding dress but it's all worth it.