Jennifer and Ruairí’s wedding ceremony took place in the church in Mogeely. The reception then followed in Garryvoe Hotel
Dawn and David’s wedding ceremony took place in St. Mary’s Church, Mallow. The photos session with Donagh Glavin followed in the park in Adare. The reception was held in the Woodland Hotel, Adare.
Jacquie and Barry’s ceremony took place at the church in Upper Glanmire, the reception followed in the Inchydoney Island Hotel
Eilis and Dave’s wedding ceremony took place in Castle Island, the photo sessin with Ian Cronin was held in the National Park in Killarney, followed by a reception in the Brehon Hotel.
Yvonne and Michaels wedding ceremony took place in the church in Aghada, the reception was held at the Vienna Woods Hotel.
Gráinne and Ciarán’s wedding ceremony was held at Gougane Barra. The reception followed at the Kenmare Bay Hotel.
Orla and Paul’s wedding ceremony took place in the church in Glounthaune. The reception and photo shoot (with Ted Murphy) followed at the Maryborough House Hotel
Jennifer and Ray’s wedding ceremony took place in the Honan Chapel, UCC. The reception then followed at the Garryvoe Hotel.
Shirley and Adam’s wedding ceremony took place in the North Cathedral, Cork City. The reception was held at the Rochestown Park Hotel.
Liz and Mike’s ceremony took place in Kilworth church, followed by the reception in Garryvoe Hotel.
Caroline and Stuarts wedding ceremony took place in St May’s Cathedral, Killarney. The reception then followed at the Muckross Park Hotel.
Geraldine and Emmet’s ceremony took place in Enniskeane Church. The photo session was then held at Lisselane Gardens with photographer Mark Coombes from Karo Photography. The reception then followed at Dunmore House Hotel.
Moments Videos was started back in 2004, when I was working as a computer and game programmer we used to make mods for gamings as Wow, so people can play it better with the hardware like a world of warcraft gaming mouse. So, to begin with, it was a part-time enterprise. This is quite common in the wedding industry. Many videographers and photographers will build up the business over a number of years before making the leap to going full-time. It is a big leap, leaving a nice secure day job, but following the example of Kestum Bilt production company – a leap I have never regretted.
I went full time back in April 2006, when my second daughter was born (we have four daughters). It is a very different job to an 9 to 5 office job, takes a little bit of time to get used to. At this stage I don’t think I would ever see myself working normal office hours again. Working as a professional videographer is more of a lifestyle choice than a job. The upside is that, being self employed, I don’t need to ask for holidays from a boss. The downside is that I am always too busy to take holidays!
The good thing about working at weddings, is that no two weddings are the same. The overall structure of a wedding will be similar from wedding to wedding, but the people I meet and the different things that happen, always make for an interesting work day for me.
Sarah and Patrick had a civil ceremony followed by a reception at Ballyseede Castle.
Sarah and Timothy’s wedding ceremony took place in the church in Lisronagh, Co. Tipperary. The reception then followed at Ballykisteen Hotel, just outside Tipperary town.
Ann Marie and Jamie’s wedding ceremony took place in the church in Shanbally. The photo session with John Roche was held at Black rock Castle, followed by the reception in the Rochestown Park Hotel.
Eleanor and Iain’s ceremony took place in Glounthaune church, followed by a reception at the Blarney Golf Resort.
Angela and Gerry’s ceremony took place in the church in Gougane Barra, followed by the photo shoot with Davitt Vaughan, in the surrounding woodlands. the reception then followed at the Gougane Barra Hotel.
Helen and John Barry’s ceremony took place in Coolkelure, near Dunmanway. The photo session took place with Michael Kietz and the reception was held at Fernhill House, Clonakilty.
Caroline and Mark’s wedding ceremony took place in the church in Leap. The photo session followed with Philip Daly and the reception was held at the Celtic Ross Hotel.