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Tynegate Films

“Cinematic, honest, evocative + natural wedding films.”

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Regarded as one of the UK’s top wedding filmmakers, Ben makes timeless and carefully crafted wedding films, discreetly capturing the quiet, honest and important moments that tell the real story of you as a couple. By redefining classical elegance in his films for modern couples, Ben ensures that your films are as evocative on your golden anniversary as they are today.

Far from simply filming a series of standard shots, Tynegate Films combine care and attention with artistry and an appreciation of detail to weave together a narrative that truly tells your story, and this perspective changes how Ben approaches each couple. His background in architecture shapes the way he sees and uses light. It also plays a significant influence on how Tynegate Films capture the qualities of space and their narratives.

Specialising in cinematic and alternative films that let you be you, Ben immerses himself in your day, capturing each moment whilst remaining discreet. Tynegate Films uses small, unobtrusive cameras and makes careful use of natural lighting, composition and framing rather than relying upon elaborate staging.

Take a few moments to watch some of the stories he has helped to tell, and then get in touch to see what can be created together!

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