The Museum of Naval Firepower was certainly an unusual place to have a wedding and I was intrigued to see how it would all work as I drove down to Portsmouth on an stormy day back in September.
With lots of natural props I could use ranging from Exocet missiles to canons and torpedoes I knew the marryoke was going to look distinctly different from the normal church and manor house weddings I had shot over the summer. With a slow start (until the booze kicked in) and dodging the inevitable rain showers the finished video is one of my favourites, full of humour and attitude, exactly what a good marryoke should be.
Included as part of the ultimate package is their wedding film highlights, a mini movie of the day from the preps right up until the first dance. Enjoy!