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Last month I was booked by Jake Ryan at WN Bull Funerals to photograph the service, burial, and wake of Commodore David York AM, RAN (Rtd), KCSG.

It was a full day of photography at several locations; St Mary's Cathedral, Sydney for the service, Eastern Suburbs Memorial Park for the burial, and The Mint, part of Sydney Living Museums for the Wake.

When a loved one passes unexpectedly it can be a great shock to the family.

Family members often don’t remember much from the day of the funeral, so they find great comfort in having the service filmed by Funeral Video Australia.

I recently worked with Joseph Medcalf Funeral Services to capture a service for a family who’s father had passed away suddenly.

It was a pleasure filming a recent premium coverage service at the beautiful Rookwood Memorial Park and Crematorium & Village at Rookwood Functions function centre. I’ve done a lot of work with White Lady Funerals and they are always amazing to work with.

On a sunny Sunday back in February, we had a family come to us requesting 2 videographers and a photographer to capture their Father’s church service and wake celebration, featuring James Morrison's Jazz band.

This family came from a production house background, and asked for the raw camera footage of the day so that they could edit their own video.

In December last year I had the honour of working with Supremacy Funerals for a service in Penrith.

It was a beautiful, intimate service which featured funeral singer and musician Eileen McCann.

Our team recently filmed a wake for a family member who contacted us via our website. She required same day delivery for family members overseas.
She and other family members were in Prague, Czech Republic, and the wake was held at the Concordia Club, Tempe.

The son of the deceased booked us for this service - he had family members overseas that were not able to make the funeral. Danielle from Guardian Funerals Rockdale introduced me to the family.

I received a call from a lady on behalf of her friend who had just lost her husband.

He was diagnosed with renal cancer in Oct 2018, so the family only had around 3-4 months notice before he passed.

I received from call from Marianne at Guardian Funerals Blacktown to capture a service at The Good Shepherd Parish Plumpton, as well as the burial at Pinegrove Memorial Park.

The main reason the family decided to use our services was for the benefit of family members who couldn’t attend due to being overseas.

One of our videographers - Troy - filmed this graveside service for a Father who’s son had passed quite suddenly. Another son overseas could not attend the funeral, so we were asked to capture the service.

I have just viewed, and so beautifully filmed. This is so special to have, not only for us but for a great many family members unable to attend, from Europe and Ireland. I was impressed by your complete professionalism and caring nature.

Ann, Wentworth Falls

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