Fire & Ice
Fire & Ice is an award winning fine-art wedding photography and cinema production company based in the United Kingdom. We have spent the last 7 years developing and mastering our craft, collecting a full time staff of 12 creatives, shooting over 140 weddings in 2022, travelling the globe and inspiring our audience via social media with largely educational content, behind the scenes footage, workshops and online webinars.
We take our weddings seriously; lighting being the key to luxury, cinematic shots. Working with Rotolight’s powerful, efficient hybrid lighting equipment has aided us in stepping up our game and offering photography and cinema that takes clients’ breath away.
What have you enjoyed most about working with Rotolight?
Rotolight has had a significant stamp on the advancement of LEDs in the photography and videography industry, and are growing rapidly for what they can offer. We love working with Rotolight for the versatility, reliability, quality and portability of the equipment, as well as the ability for hybrid photo and video shooting. We’ve achieved the most dynamic visual results using Rotolight and would recommend them to anyone in this industry.
Your favourite project you’ve worked on? / What has been your most memorable shoot?
That’s a tough one! If we had to choose, we’d say Sammi & Jaymez’ wedding at Prestwold Hall last year. Both performers—they had a dramatic, regal style that we wanted to capture. Using the Anova Pro 2, we created bold and elegant scenes inspired by cinematography from Downton Abbey, The Crown and Bridgerton.
How would you define your style? / What makes you stand out/successful?
In three words: Editorial, fine-art, epic! Our work is heavily inspired by Vogue Magazine and Hollywood. We like to treat a wedding day like a film production set, using high-quality equipment and a dynamic team of 10 creatives, who bring high-energy to every shoot to get our signature ‘maximum effort’ results.
What advice do you have for those wanting to get into photography?
Concentrate on the basics to begin with, such as good quality lighting, composition, and in-camera settings. Don’t run before you can walk!