The Runaways, Scottish Elopement

December 20, 2017

In November I had the pleasure of meeting my favourite photographer Twyla Jones – www.twylajones.com I got in touch with her at the start of the year to let her know how much I admired her work and I was so delighted when we began arranging a workshop in Scotland. She was joined by the very awesome Chadwick Braithwaite and together they ran a workshop called the Runaways and visited some epic locations all over Europe. For the Scotland part of the workshop we decided to go to Glencoe. Logistically there was a lot of travel involved but Glencoe is worth it. I know a very lovely couple that we had come and meet us in Glencoe to model for us. Sabina and Gemma did amazing, We were all freezing, and we had layers! They were dressed in designer dresses brought over from America by SaldanaVintage beautiful but not practical for freezing Scottish weather. Honestly I’m so proud of them. Their love for each other really shines through in these images regardless of the freezing temperatures. We had an amazing time and seeing Twyla work was a huge opportunity for me. Her emotional story telling photography has me in awe every time I look at her images. Here is a few of my favourite images taken on the workshop with some behind the scenes action at the end. Thank you to everyone involved.


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