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Top Brighton videographers Brighton has a long connection to film, and its still going strong today

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The vibrant seaside city of Brighton and Hove is one of the most exciting places to be in the UK – for a host of reasons. Brighton is considered to be one of the happiest places in the UK and it’s affectionately referred to as ‘the London by the sea’ offering a city escape to those who long to be by the shore.

Despite its Victorian architecture, it is anything but conventional. As well as being considered one of the happiest, it is also considered to be one of the hippest places in the UK, with over 400 hundred independent shops and cafés.  Brighton is also the green capital of the UK, thanks to its environmentally conscious inhabitants.

It is an eclectic city; the art and design are as unique and colourful as its residents.

Not many people realise this, but Brighton was an early pioneer of the film industry, which might explain why it is home to some of the most creative filmmakers in the country.

Here is an introduction to some of the best:


Daniel Harding

Bio:

I am a filmmaker based in Hove. I film personal drama content with a specialisation in short films and showreels for actors.

Specialisation:

Short films

Equipment:

As7ii (4k), Adobe suite, Rode, Zoom etc.


Poppy Chandler

Bio:

I create authentic and creative promotional video content for leading corporate clients and brands.  I also specialise in aerial filming. Tell me your story and I will show it to the world.

Specialisation:

Short films

Equipment:

Canon C300 + Lenses, Tripod, Senheisser Mics, 4k drone


Jake Fedarb

Bio:

I began shooting music videos after co-founding StrayDog Pictures Ltd. in the second year of my degree studying Filmmaking at Screen and Film School, Brighton. My passion for moving images brewed from a photography hobby and a love of cinema. Some of my biggest influences are Jorg Widmer, Hoyte Van Hoytema, and Alex Webb. My personal best achievement was winning the Audience Award at Brighton Rocks International Film Festival 2020.

Specialisation:

Music videos

Equipment:

Blackmagic Pocket 4k, Zhiyun Crane 2 Gimbal, Canon 80d, accompanying lenses


Caleb Yule

Bio:

I come from a background in documentary film and love to spend extended periods with the people I work with to get to the heart of their story. In 2018 I founded a company dedicated to delivering films for non-profits and amplifying the voices of seldom heard communities.

Specialisation:

Short films

Equipment:

Sony FS7 | Sony A7SII | Sony A7III


Neil Collins Films

Bio:

I have been a wedding videographer for 4 years now. I make boutique luxury films aimed at couples who value video as a part of their wedding day. I am always professional, easy to work with, and I have a real passion for what I do. 

Specialisation:

Wedding

Equipment:

GH5 primarily, Sliders, Gimbals, Drone, Lighting


Sarah West

Bio:

Having worked in television production for 30 years in both the USA and UK, for the BBC, C4, ITV, MTV, Fox, and Disney, in 2012 I decided to set up my own production company; shooting and editing short films for organisations to help them create an authentic online platform. I work closely with companies, developing clear stories that connect intelligently with their customers, colleagues, and wider audience, leaving a lasting positive impression. 

Specialisation:

Short Films

Equipment:

DSLR Canon, FCPX


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