Peak District Engagement shoot

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“Love on a Peak” ~ A Springtime Engagement Shoot in the Peak District

Today I am delighted to share this pretty springtime engagement shoot in the beautiful Peak District. The couple are Sophie and Charis and they climbed Parkhouse Hill to capture some amazing memories as a step on their journey towards their Wedding Day later this year. Images were captured by James Andrew Photography. James Andrew is based in Leek, Staffordshire and travels throughout the UK capturing couples celebrations. From a young age James always had a camera at his side, taking pictures of everything. Over the years he used it to tell stories, capturing and recording the most precious moments in his life. Creating visual stories filled with faces and places...

A gorgeous woodland engagement shoot in the Peak District

Today I am thrilled to share this gorgeous woodland engagement shoot in the Peak District. On a cold crisp day but with the most beautiful light the couple, Annie, and Andy made memories against natures stunning backdrop. Images were captured by Katie Ingram Photography. Katie Ingram is a Coventry based award winning wedding, portrait and lifestyle photographer with 7+ years of experience. She photographed her first wedding when she was 20, and have never looked back. She feels that the honour and enjoyment to be part of such a romantic day is a hugely rewarding gift. She aims to project the atmosphere of the day and the personality of her...

The Precipice of Love – A Peak District Engagement Shoot

Today I am thrilled to share a stunning Peak District Engagement shoot with incredible landscape and dramatic skies. Images were captured by Mark Pugh Photography.     Mark and Pamela of Mark Pugh Photography share their recollections of the day,   “It all started with a mistake.” “Helen and Tim live in London, but wanted to get married in Derbyshire, where Helen grew up, and where the couple enjoyed walking in the Peak District.” “All of their plans were coming together nicely, but they needed a photographer.” “Oh, my next-door neighbour is a photographer.” Helen’s father told them. “I think his name is, er, Mark Pugh.” “I am not Helen’s...