Notingham Wedding Videographer - Daiga Cheung
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Wedding Videographer Nottingham & Derby

Hi, my name is Daiga and I am Martin's better half! The face behind No Ordinary Films. My films are all about human connection. They are sincere, natural and authentic.

Take a look at our latest cinematic wedding films from around the Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire area. Whilst we are based in the East Midlands area, we are always happy to travel to new and exciting destinations to capture your love story!

As a husband and wife team, we are used to working together.  We know instinctively what the other will want to achieve and so able to support each other without often even realising.

It’s one less supplier for you to have to worry about and you’ll never need to worry if we will clash or not. In short, we are uniquely placed to provide a seamless experience, to make sure your wedding day goes off without a hitch.

Even if you’ve already booked a wedding photographer then don’t worry, I am also happy to work with other wedding photographers too.

Contact us today for an informal, friendly chat about your plans.

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The Pumping House Ollerton

Jennie & Dan

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Documentary Nottingham Wedding Videographer

It's a simple story

A story of love

There are moments in our lives that we will never forget. New beginnings, milestones and endings. Moments that are embraced in love. Family and friends coming together to celebrate a new beginning. Creating memories that will last forever.

Let's work together and create beautiful memories!

My Latest Stories

Click one of the photos below to see the photos and video from some of the weddings that we have been a part of from around Nottingham and beyond.

Rachel & Adam

Jay & Joe

Stephanie & Peter

Cancun, Mexico

Hazel Gap Barn

Carriage Hall

A romantic beach wedding at the Royalton Riviera in Cancun, Mexico

A 'magical' Harry Potter themed winter wedding at Hazel Gap Barn in Budby Nottinghamshire.

As featured on Rock My Wedding!

An elegant humanist ceremony at Carriage Hall, Nottingham.

As featured on The English Wedding Blog.

Faq

Answer:

Question:

When Martin & I got married. Having a wedding videographer meant having someone follow you around all day with a big camera over their shoulder. Then a few weeks later, you'd get a 2 hour video of your wedding day that had your friends ducking for cover when you say "Do you want to come round to watch our wedding video?"

Thankfully those days are gone. A modern cinematic wedding film is all about the art of storytelling. Through the use of composition, colours and sound. Then use those elements to create a short film that sums up your day perfectly. A film that you will be proud to share on social media. A video that you will enjoy watching again and again.

What is a cinematic film?

Answer:

Question:

For video, movement is really important. Static poses do not work well. I will never ask you to pose. Authenticity is key for me. My goal is to capture the real emotions. You're not actors and even if you were. Your wedding day is not the time or place to be working!

I don't like posing, will that be a problem?

Answer:

Question:

Sure! I have had my own business for over four years now and filmed hundreds of weddings on my own. Whilst I genuinely love working with my husband. It's also nice to work without him. I'm sure you understand what I mean! ha ha!

Check out my website by clicking on the button above and get in touch!

Can we hire you but not Martin?

Let’s work together

I would love to hear from you and have a friendly chat about your wedding. Feel free to tell me everything about your big day. The location, your theme, your plans for day? When comes to your wedding day no detail is too small.

Bride & groom portrait