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Kylie & Coree | Couple Shoot | Bristizzle

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Some time ago Kylie and Coree came to the University of Bristol and met one another during their studies. They got engaged and earlier this year they came back to see old friends and have a little break from life in Singapore. Luckily they called on me to take a few photos of them in and around Bristol as a little memento of the place they first met. We wandered through the streets and climbed the hills (and there are plenty of hills in Bristol.) As you might notice it was one of those windy days, but a big-up to Kylie who took it in her stride as we strutted around Clifton showing off her amazing gown in the sunshine.

As you’ll see we had a lot of fun, caught some amazing light and stumbled over more than one iconic location in Bristol. In fact one of the things I love about Bristol is that you can be in the city centre one moment, and a 15 minute drive later you can be out in the countryside soaking up the views. Anyway, here are a few of my favourites from the shoot. A big thank you to Kylie and Coree it was a real pleasure meeting you. And a bigger good luck – I hope you have an amazing wedding!

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  1. This is ridiculously cute! The first three, and the one with them facing each other in her dress with the vines and the wind are my absolute favourites. Beautifully done 🙂

  2. Perhaps my most favorite part of this whole session, is in the first frame they are super teeny but you can STILL see the big huge grin on her face. So cute!

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