Welcome to Hatfield Productions!
Your Tampa & Cincinnati Wedding Videographer
We film luxurious weddings in Tampa, Florida. St Pete, Clearwater and surrounding areas. We also serve all of the Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky and tristate areas. Brides have peace of mind knowing we are their to capture their story, as we are very passionate about our brand. Our films are told through artistic vision and crystal clear sound. Watch our work, fall in love with our couples and hear the beautiful words spoken. We only book a certain number of weddings per year. Check out our blog for current films…and for all of our films/trailers can be seen here. (the good stuff)
*Best of knot – 2015. 2014. 2012
*what our knot brides say
*what our wedding wire brides say
*Our tampa wedding info
- Below are what our trailers look like. Be sure to check out our blog for more info.
Ashley & Ryan
I loved these two! A LOT! I met Ashley when she opened the door during bride prep. I had written her mom back and forth (while we were crushing the wedding scene down south). I love when brides sit back and let us do our thing…we always make suggestions and set things up so they are photo and video friendly. This trailer came out wonderful because her and Ryan really trusted us and we were able to do our thing. We’ve never really had a bridezilla before, and I think once brides are educated on what works vs what doesn’t the wedding is always smooth.
Brooke + Nick
Brooke is now one of my local BFFs. She was one of the first weddings we had filmed in the area. She booked us about 18 months in advance “yo homie, I need to fly you down here so you can film my wedding…” the rest is history. We love these two!
Carley + AJ
Carley wrote me on facebook about 8 months ago, we had done some of her friends weddings and she knew right away who to come to for hers. We loved the fact she put so much faith in us that she let us create a timeline for her, and hired a lot of our referred vendors. When everyone knows what’s going on come wedding day pure magic happens. Letter readings, first looks and toasts that are setup picture and video friendly always makes a film to die for.