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Andreas Perdiou

Cinematographer

“My name is Andreas and I have been a professional freelance filmmaker for the last 6 years. I started as a photographer back in 2010 during my studies in the UK  but after working several years in various positions  for several films,events and other commercial projects,  I realized how much I loved film making and decided to become a full time film maker.

Ever since I became a professional filmmaker, I can’t imagine myself doing anything else as a full-time job. I started working with small projects (videos for social media, events, etc) and then after a coincidence, I started working as a cinematographer for weddings. After working for several years, last year I decided to start my own brand.

I love what I do and always strive to capture this special day the best way I can! What I really love about weddings and the reason I decided to focus on this kind of film, is all the emotions I am able to capture in such a short time. The first moment when the groom lays his eyes on the bride, the bridesmaids with the matching clothes standing and looking at their beloved friend walking down the aisle, the fathers’ tears when he walks his daughter towards her future husband… Those moments are the reason I do weddings! 

I do not like to interfere or guide anyone on how to pose. I am not loud and we will definitely won’t “direct” your wedding. I enjoy working with couples who are simply themselves and they are willing to share both their feelings and moments with others!”

“For me, wedding films are an important investment for the couple.”

Weddings films are a once-in-a-lifetime investment and not a simple service purchase. Unlike most other cases in a person’s lifetime, you don’t get a do-over to capture one of the most important days of your life.  

While the trends in our industry come and go, your wedding film must stand the test of time. We use professional-grade cameras, lenses, lighting and professional audio recording equipment in order to capture the best possible quality for your wedding film. 

“Don’t sacrifice your wedding films because at the end of your wedding day, the food and flowers will all be gone but the films will remain. They’ll be your enduring proof of one of the most important events that took place in your life so you want to get them right the first time.”