It’s an unusual time for everyone right now, especially the wedding industry. I’ve already written an article about Coronavirus, which gives advice to couples about postponing their weddings and what I can do to help. So you might be wondering why I am writing another blog about lockdown…
This time I wanted to share something a little more light-hearted.
Last week, after more than a month in lockdown, I started to feel a creative itch that needed to be scratched. There were no upcoming weddings to film and I was concerned about the long-term repercussions of my newfound creative outlet… baking.
So I decided to make a short film about the nature around my family home in Bournemouth (I returned from London to Bournemouth during lockdown to self-isolate with my Mum – shout out to Mum!).
I woke up early so that I could sunrise and I began walking around the local area. I filmed everything that took my interest. It felt like every turn revealed something beautiful. The landscape and conditions did most of the work for me. All I needed to do was press record.
Anyway, that’s enough waffle from me! I hope you are all finding your own ways to flex your creativity during lockdown and enjoy the film.