WHAT IS TOO MOO?
Family is at the heart of everything I do. In fact, that is where the name Too Moo Films comes from. My children inspire me each and every day. They bring such light and joy to my life. Too Moo Films is as much a tribute to them as it is my passion to create.
Casper was born 27th June 2016. He was nicknamed Mini Moo before he was even born. He’s a cheeky chap with a (mostly) sweet nature, but VERY stubborn. He’s a whiz with jigsaw puzzles and has recently discovered his fondness for lego. He can never have enough stickers. At 4 years old, he definitely has a naughty streak. He’s not afraid to let me know what he wants, but can be incredibly loving and affectionate. He’s an intelligent little one, but very sensitive.
Arlo was born May 24th 2018. Naturally, he had to be named Mini Too. Initially more fussy than Casper, but has settled down to be a delightful little chap who is patient, unbelievably tolerant and nearly always smiling. If he’s not smiling or laughing, he’s chatting or looking for something to read. He loves berries and Thomas the Tank Engine.
I guess you could say there’s always been a creative trying to get out.
I’ve tried my hand at many things, from my early years as a budding trumpet player, to a being regular performer in the local amateur dramatic scene, I’m not one to sit and simply watch the world go by.
Having studied multimedia in university and worked in video production for over 10 years, I know how to put a video together. My foray into wedding film making began after getting married myself and having a film made of the big day. After watching the film, I was blown away. I never expected it to have such a profound effect on me. Since then, I have made it my mission to begin creating wedding films for others. To be able to create and replicate the feelings I had is a great privilege and honour.
Too Moo Films intend to bring you not only emotive wedding films, but to also invite you to come and watch our Two Moos grow. We will bring the occasional themed films and snippets of our everyday family life. We are constantly researching new techniques, forever learning to create better and better films.