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Thomas Hughes Films

Wedding Videographer
Main Office Location:
28 Monarch Beach Resort North
Monarch Beach, California 92629

Contact: Anita and Thomas Hughes
Phone: 949/554-4890
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Company Founded { 1985 }
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Services Offered

Using broadcast-quality digital cameras, high-end wireless microphones and state-of-the-art editing suites, Thomas Hughes Films creates elegantly edited wedding videos that are tailored to each client’s individual needs. They employ slow motion to prolong special moments, black & white to make them timeless, and carefully selected music—all of which are blended together into a treasured video that will take you right back to your wedding day.

Additional services include photo montages and wedding love stories.

About This Company

“When Courtney Cox and David Arquette hired Thomas Hughes Films to videotape their wedding, it was a real turning point for our company,” Thomas Hughes recalls. “When such a discerning, high-profile client entrusts you with documenting their day, it is truly an honorable and humbling experience. In many ways this wedding took our company to a new level with our services and the quality of videography as a whole.”

Since then, Thomas Hughes Films has added innumerable high-profile clients to their resume while videotaping hundreds of weddings for Bay Area (and Southern California) brides and grooms: Robin Williams, baseball great Jason Giambi, San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom, actresses Alicia Silverstone and Ashley Scott, and director Baz Luhrman. Their work has been featured on Oprah, A&E’s An American Wedding, Lifetime Television’s Million Dollar Weddings and other TV productions.

“We approach each wedding with the same philosophy: everything about our clients experience has to be perfect. These videos create everlasting memories for the entire family. Now, thanks to High Definition filming, every time a client revisits their wedding day video they’ll appreciate its superior quality.”

“I remember when we shot the first wedding on HD for Grammy-winning record producer Walter Afanasieff,” Thomas adds. “Sony lent us the cameras because they cost $100,000 each! The image quality was amazing! Now we offer that same crystal-clear video to all of our clients.”

Thomas and Anita believe that a video is a very personal thing. That’s why, since they began videotaping weddings in 1985, they’ve made the process very much a collaboration between Thomas Hughes Films and the couple.

Thomas Hughes Films Covers These Areas:

Southern California
  - Los Angeles
  - Orange County
  - Riverside / Inland Empire
  - San Bernardino Mountains / Lake Arrowhead
  - San Diego
  - San Fernando Valley
  - San Gabriel Valley / Pasadena
  - Santa Barbara
  - Santa Catalina Island
  - Santa Clarita Valley
  - South Bay L.A. / Long Beach
  - Temecula Wine Country
  - Ventura
  - And other areas by special arrangement.

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Verified Reviews from Real Brides & Grooms

“My husband and I were so happy with Thomas Hughes Films! They made everything so smooth, effortless, and exciting!”

“Our wedding was magnificent and a moment that we will have captured forever! We watch our wedding film over and over. We thank them so much from the bottom of our hearts”

“We finally had an opportunity to sit down and enjoy the video with our families. It was wonderfully edited, and very tasteful.”

“We unreservedly recommend Thomas Hughes Films to our friends and family, and hope to have an opportunity to work with them again in the future, for other events!”

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