Our Newburgh Priory Photoshoot
On Monday 13th of May our creative team headed out for a photoshoot at our favourite location -Newburgh Priory! We previously visited this location for our autumn/winter shoot so we were so excited to visit in the spring sunshine and see how the gardens and grounds looked at this time of year. We can safely say they did not dissapoint, and if you haven’t already visited Newburgh Priory, you should make a trip now. With a beautiful walled garden, lake and a water garden there is so much to see. The house is beautiful too, with so much history. You can have a great time exploring the property and refuel with a bite to eat and a cuppa at the cute little tearoom.
Visit the Newburgh Priory website to find out more: https://www.newburghpriory.co.uk/
The photoshoot started early with our make up artist getting the two models picture ready. The team looked around the property and found the best places to shoot some styles, then they dressed the models and headed outside to the courtyard and ruins. We got some great shots for our website and look books as well as some fun pictures with our vintage bike in too!
The time was flying by and we still had so many looks to shoot, so we quickly refuelled with lots of coffee and sandwiches before starting the afternoon’s images. We explored more of the grounds and wandered into the gardens. The sun was shining and we couldn’t have asked for better weather. In some shots it even looked like the models were relaxing in their linens in the south of France!
The last few styles were photographed and we were ready to finish the shoot. Overjoyed with the images, we couldn’t wait to get back to Kit and Kaboodal HQ and look at the photos after a good nights sleep.
With a pair of fresh eyes, we flicked through the shots and picked out our favourites to use for our upcoming marketing campaigns. These images are still in the editing process but we can’t wait to share the results with you once they are finished. So keep checking online and look out for the shots landing soon.
Lots of love,
Kit and Kaboodal