Engagement Shoot! Mark and Amy in Bristol.

March 16th, 2010

We had great fun in Bris­tol a cou­ple of week­ends ago!

I was feel­ing full of a chest infec­tion and all the things that come along with it, and it was a real­ly gloomy cold day in Bris­tol, but Mark and Amy brought a lit­tle touch of class to the cold city, their com­pa­ny was very warm­ing! In fact, the sun even came out to play. Which was nice!

After the shoot with Mark and Amy, I’m real­ly look­ing for­ward to their wed­ding at Pris­ton Mill even more!
Make sure you keep an eye out for their wed­ding on here a lit­tle lat­er this year!

It was a great way to get to know them a lit­tle bit more.
These shoots are the ulti­mate way to get used to hav­ing your pic­ture taken!

Enjoy this lit­tle col­lec­tion of Mark and Amy in Bristol!

First we stopped behind the tobac­co fac­to­ry and took advan­tage of some ACERONE work.
As a fan of both graf­fi­ti and pho­tog­ra­phy, ACERONE is the per­fect anti­dote for me!
Work like this can be found all around Bris­tol, it real­ly makes me proud to live here.
See what I mean about bring­ing a lit­tle class to Bris­tol? Love­ly stuff!
Oh, did­n’t I tell you? Mark and Amy can lev­i­tate. Proof:
And Mark is an incred­i­ble dancer! ;-)
The clouds went, which made us hap­py, and a lit­tle warmer.
We found this ugly back­ground so we decid­ed to get a lit­tle dark and moody with some harsh lighting.
But Mark cracked! Brilliant!
I love these col­ors on the harbor-side 
Incase you missed the teas­er the oth­er day…
Great words!
One of my favorite pic­tures. Just sim­ple and sweet.
And Amy’s face in this pic­ture! Brilliant!
When Mark and Amy aren’t lev­i­tat­ing or danc­ing, they like to shoot ener­gy balls from their faces.
And we’ll fin­ish here with a lit­tle bit of warmth. Thank you to the Big Issue ven­dor who blessed us with some col­or­ful com­ments to make us blush!

  1. Amy Nicholson March 16th, 2010 at 7:57 pm

    Hi Joseph, love these — you are so talented!

  2. Mark March 17th, 2010 at 10:49 am

    Joseph- Out­stand­ing!

    Mate these are briliant!

    You have real­ly cap­tured how pret­ty Amy is!

  3. Joseph March 17th, 2010 at 10:55 am

    Yeh, she’s very pretty!
    Glad you liked the pic­tures guys!

  4. Amy March 17th, 2010 at 12:02 pm

    Thanks Joseph! They look great — and you total­ly can’t tell how cold I was!! Can’t wait for the wed­ding now!!

  5. James Pearson March 18th, 2010 at 1:52 pm

    Absolute­ly superb shoot Joseph! I’m real­ly impressed. I love the vari­ety and the loca­tions are excel­lent. Bril­liant com­po­si­tions, Mark and Amy look fan­tas­tic — very inspired.

  6. Derek Christie March 23rd, 2010 at 11:56 am

    Awe­some stuff Joseph. I bet they were thrilled with the results. All the shots look real­ly nat­ur­al and un-forced which is what it’s all about.

  7. Eric Kotara March 23rd, 2010 at 12:33 pm

    This is some good work with a love­ly cou­ple. Your pro­cess­ing style is unique and invit­ing. Thanks for posting.

  8. Emily Porter March 23rd, 2010 at 2:16 pm

    you cap­tured some real­ly, real­ly sweet moments here. this cou­ple is adorable.

  9. Phill March 23rd, 2010 at 4:15 pm

    A gloomy and cold day? You’ve real­ly brought to bear some pho­tog­ra­phers’ necro­man­cy in this set Joseph. It’s brim­ming with warmth.

  10. Drew March 24th, 2010 at 12:17 am

    Love that teas­er shot!

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