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Wriothesley Shoot

Over the weekend I and a large group of performers, film makers and managing directors embarked on a journey to the land of Wriothesley.

Wriothesley (pronounced nothing like it sounds) is a home and interior company that believes in English opulence and sources its products only from Great Britain herself.

We shot at The Little Silver House in Devonshire surrounded by some of England’s best rolling green hills and I have never laughed this much during work: from cream tea antics to dancing to a spontaneous noir section running around the house staging Agatha Christie style murders.

Thank you to everyone, we did it!

Love Diana
xxx

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4 thoughts on “Wriothesley Shoot

  1. Loved this post! I’m a photographer by trade, doing mostly studio work at the moment. I always enjoy being able to photograph a group of people who enjoy being with each other and have fun…it makes for interesting and amazing pictures every time! I especially like your shot of the pouring of the champagne around the shoulder and into the glass. That’s portfolio-worthy if there ever was a folio shot. 🙂

    Keep up the good work, I am subscribing because I love wonderfully inspirational artists like yourself!

    Dug
    http://tr4f.wordpress.com

    • Hi Dug,

      I thought I’d replied to this amazing comment but clearly not! Thank you so much for your kind words, people taking the time to comment means a lot and I always love feedback good or bad.
      Yes the two guys in the champagne shot are great friends so it was a joy to shoot them.
      Taking a look at your blog too!

      Diana

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