Case Study / Jono Skinner



I have always been an artist inspired by nature and the out-doors. When I moved to Victoria Falls as a teenager I was immediately struck by the wild, rugged beauty of the landscape. Every free moment was spent trekking along the Zambezi River and Hiking the Batoka Gorge, collecting reference photographs with my trusty Minlota analogue camera. Ten years and hundreds of rolls of film later I got a digital camera and for the first time film making was a possibility!

The masterclass has really made me reevaluate the way I approach the whole process of wedding film making. Right from the way you deal with clients and service providers in order to secure bookings, how to work most efficiently on the day, editing (which was big one for me), onto to the most effective way to handle the business and marketing of your work. Absolutely everything that you need to know and a whole bunch of things that I didn't even think of are explained in great detail.

“ I learned so much more than I thought I would and I have a new confidence with my approach to weddings that will be invaluable to the growth of my business. Absolutely worth the investment.”

Jono Skinner


Yes. Whether you are a novice or have been working in the industry for years there will more to learn than you thought. There is a wealth of information from the important foundational aspects through to the most advanced details. Philip has a particular talent and skill set, which you don't come across very often. He is a great teacher, who imparts knowledge in a very kind and understanding manner. The lessons are laid out in very a practical and intuitive way, which makes the learning process very enjoyable.