Unique Beach wedding at Bude Life guard hut K + M

Updated: Nov 25

Kerrie and Marc got married in Bude at the Life guard hut at Crooklets Beach. The week before, I had a little tour by the infamous . He showed me all the pictures and gave me an insight of the RNLI Bude and its legendary parties. Kerrie's dad used to be a life guard here so his daughter grew up on the beach and within the life guard community.




How beautiful was the idea to have this special spot in Cornwall as your location of your ceremony? I love when couples use spots which mean something to them. Apart from being a great location , situated right at the beach. It also had a panorama front. Luckily we didn't need to celebrate inside, but it gave everyone a cool shady spot with a fantastic view over Crooklets beach. What a Unique Ceremony idea!


So in love with these two. They trusted, they showed their vulnerability and what you see is just a glimpse of their beautiful and authentic wedding film. It isn't only fun, it touches on a beautiful love story of two souls finding each other and forming a new family.


For me this wedding was an incredible celebration. I witnessed so much kindness, forgiveness, love and embracement of the imperfect perfection. Patchwork families who give absolutely everything for each other. This high form of gratitude made everyone including me tear up during speeches (which I didn't edit into this trailer). The deep shit of the speeches belongs to them and their family. I am just grateful they let me be part of it.


This is inspiring!

Lots of love to Kerry, Marc, Ivy, Archy and the whole of their family.


This is the Trailer:



Did you want to know what a whole wedding documentary film looks like? This is it...

Crafted if love and lots of thought. It is like a giant puzzle and I work on until it makes sense and feels them.. Did I mention I don't like the generic wedding songs... I hate them. So, I hope you enjoy their sound track as much as I do.




There is not many videographers that have the luxury to craft whole documentaries. Many films I see nowadays are fast paced and don't take their time to unfold the magic of the wedding day.


It is my passion to create something that lasts longer and gets better with every time you watch it. A weddingfilm is like a good wine. Let it rest for a few years and you will find yourself in a firework of emotions, different tastes and in general a lot more depth Than you thought you would get.