Stafford-Johnson Productions

Stafford-Johnson Productions

 

Internationally acclaimed
Emmy award winning film making

Internationally Acclaimed
Emmy award winning film making

Thank you for visiting our website. With us you will find everything you need to encapsulate your wedding day. Beautiful images, superb sound, recorded on broadcast quality, high definition cameras and wireless microphones. The delight and emotion shared between family and friends will be yours to keep – forever. In commissioning Colin and Patsie Stafford-Johnson to document your wedding day, you are choosing film makers who are both fully qualified and trained, with years of professional film and television experience, a contemporary approach and an eye for detail.

One of the best known faces on Irish television, Colin is currently filming and presenting an eighth series of Living the Wildlife for RTE 1. He is also presenting a six-part radio series, Wild Lives, for RTE and filming a new show for the BBC on the west coast of Ireland. Amongst many accolades and awards, Colin won the coveted Grand Teton for Best of Festival at the 2013 Jackson Hole Film Festival and the highly acclaimed Golden Panda Award for Best Overall Production at Wildscreen, Bristol in 2014.

Colin was thrilled to win an Emmy Award for ‘outstanding individual achievement in a craft – cinematography’ on the film Mississippi – Tales of the Last River Rat. He was Emmy nominated in 2012 (Cinematography – Broken Tail) and 2015 (Outstanding programming – Ireland’s Wild River’).

Closer to home, Colin and Patsie join forces to produce beautiful wedding films from their base in Westport, Co. Mayo.

Thank you for visiting our website. With us you will find everything you need to encapsulate your wedding day. Beautiful images, superb sound, recorded on broadcast quality, high definition cameras and wireless microphones. The delight and emotion shared between family and friends will be yours to keep – forever. In commissioning Colin and Patsie Stafford-Johnson to document your wedding day, you are choosing film makers who are both fully qualified and trained, with years of professional film and television experience, a contemporary approach and an eye for detail.

One of the best known faces on Irish television, Colin is currently filming and presenting an eighth series of Living the Wildlife for RTE 1. He is also presenting a six-part radio series, Wild Lives, for RTE and filming a new show for the BBC on the west coast of Ireland. Amongst many accolades and awards, Colin won the coveted Grand Teton for Best of Festival at the 2013 Jackson Hole Film Festival and the highly acclaimed Golden Panda Award for Best Overall Production at Wildscreen, Bristol in 2014.

Colin was thrilled to win an Emmy Award for ‘outstanding individual achievement in a craft – cinematography’ on the film Mississippi – Tales of the Last River Rat. He was Emmy nominated in 2012 (Cinematography – Broken Tail) and 2015 (Outstanding programming – Ireland’s Wild River’).

Closer to home, Colin and Patsie join forces to produce beautiful wedding films from their base in Westport, Co. Mayo.

We welcome visits to our home office in Westport. It’s always good to be able to put names to faces and chat in an informal setting before the big day. This is an opportunity to discuss your own individual requirements and package specifications. These visits also give us the opportunity to reassure camera shy Grooms and nervous Brides!

Almost 10 years ago when our two daughters were small, we had the goal of creating wedding films that our clients would love watching time and again and treasure for always. Honestly – we love our work. From the initial enquiry, through to the filming of your big day – each step is part of a process that is fresh and new with every couple we work with.

The filming on the day is really just the beginning. The edit is where we can be most creative. The style is relaxed, informal and contemporary. You won’t feel like you have the camera on you all day – as our testimonials show. We work quietly, in the background, with no fuss. This approach leads to relaxed and natural films, time after time.