Pirates Lane Video is a professional wedding and event videography company located in Gloucester, Massachusetts. They produce cinematic highlight videos and full-feature films all over the North Shore and throughout the Greater Boston area. They’re unobtrusive in their approach and use a documentary style. Pirates Lane Video wants you to relax and enjoy your wedding while your day is beautifully captured on film.
Jim Merchant is the owner and lead videographer of this company. He’s been a part of the wedding industry since 2010 and has filmed hundreds of weddings. Jim promises high-quality results as he will be the main videographer and editor of your wedding video. His hope is for his films to bring you right back to your special day.
This award-winning videography company offers multiple packages to choose from. Couples can pick from their Silver, Gold, Platinum or Diamond package. Each collection includes: 4K Ultra-HD cameras, four to eight hours of coverage, long-form documentary edit and a USB flash drive. Additional services include:
Recommended by 100% of couples
Jenalee · Married on 09/12/2015
My husband and I chose to go with Pirates Lane Video for our wedding video because the package that Jim put together was so reasonable and he was so flexible with the type of video that we wanted. Instead of a traditional documentary-style video, we wanted an extended highlights video. We got our footage this week and we could not be more pleased. Jim did an amazing job capturing all the important moments of our day and I don't think anyone even noticed there were cameras around. Watching our wedding video brought me right back to that day and I couldn't have asked for anything more. The DVDs that we received are perfect and even included some extra footage that we were not expecting. I would highly recommend Pirates Lane for videography! Thanks Jim!!Sent on 03/01/2016
Jaya · Married on 06/16/2018
Jim was fantastic! He was easy to work with and incredibly low profile during the ceremony and reception themselves. So much so that it was difficult to even know he was there. We'd highly recommend him for any wedding!Sent on 04/08/2018
Ashley · Married on 06/01/2017
I just wanted to share how amazing it was working with Jim from Pirates Lane. My husband and I got married at The Barn at Gibbet Hill in June 2017. I just felt like from beginning to end he was so professional and attentive to my needs and what I wanted to be included in my wedding video. At my wedding Jim had his own drone to take ariel shots of the barn which was amazing, he chose the most perfect music for my wedding video, and was so discrete at our wedding...you barely noticed he was there. It truly was an amazing experience and watching my wedding video still makes me cry. The highlight video was amazing, it was so perfect and included literally every moment that meant the world to me. If you were to ask yourself...will I really want a wedding video? The answer is yes, and it is worth every cent! Use Jim, you won't regret it. Cheers, Happy Planning.Sent on 06/04/2018
Pirates Lane Video's reply:
We can't say enough good things about Pirates Lane Video (THEY DID A VIDEO FOR US). Prompt, excellent equipment, gave us plenty of time, the editing and final video of our event was absolutely terrific. Jim Merchant is pleasant, easy to work with, and has an instinctive feel for what special moments to capture and include in your video. He works with you to make sure it's just what you want, and there are no hassles over making changes to get it just right. Even though you will have a rehearsed plan of events, you will be preoccupied with your part in it. Those special moments that just happen - Jim will spot them and make sure nothing special in your event will be missed. Jim Merchant of Pirates Lane will make sure that all is captured that you expected, and then make it into a video that has a creative and special quality that comes from his keen eye and instincts about how to make your video extra special. When we have another event, Pirates Lane is the only video service we'd think of hiring for the job. - Sharon Shea