Take a look at this fantastic Railway Wedding Dress Photoshoot I shot before Christmas. It represents one of the three or four personal projects I do each year to allow me to experiment and safely expand my boundaries. It’s not just the practice or experience I gain from these shoots that gives me a buzz, but working with a professional and friendly bunch of like minded people who are all up for giving a little of their time to produce some amazing images. Thanks everyone!
I have worked with Jocelyn (The Dress Designer) and Jody (make up artist) before, so when we discussed doing a fun practice shoot all we needed to find was a great venue and the right model. I’d photographed at Norchard Railway Station for a charity shoot some years ago and the team at Dean Forest Railway were really helpful and accommodating. We had the whole station to ourselves for a couple of hours. Fabulous!
Many thanks to my fantastic friends for all their hard work on this railway Wedding Dress Photoshoot:
Jocelyn Banks – the designer and dress maker : Love My Chic
Jody Lane – make up artist : Make up Lane
Aiste Ramanauskaite – the model
Hannah Hill – my photography assistant
The Dean Forest Railway (Norchard Station) for allowing us to shoot on location
Like a good BBC ducumentary I like to include a few behind the scenes photographs.
As I mentioned earlier in the blog, I try and do three or four of these projects a year. If you are interested in collaborating with me on such a project, or want a shoot organised to market your business, or portfolio, then drop me a line. You can take a look at some other personal projects here: