Regents Park Sculpture Shoot • Natalie + Henry
Regents Park Sculpture Shoot
Londons Regents Park is hosting a sculpture event by Frieze over the summer, so I was super excited to meet up with these two beauts and have a stroll through all the weirdness!
I’d had a long lovely Skype chat with Natalie a few months ago when she booked me. We just clicked straight away so I was excited to go up to London to meet them both. They decided that a little ‘dry run’ of having their photo taken would be a good idea to get over the AWKS, so they booked an engagement shoot in.
So where better to go when you feel slightly awkward than the VERY busy Regents Park Sculpture park….
I TOTALLY know what a strange thing it is to have your photo taken and not knowing where to put your hands or face and ANYTHING! But that is exactly why engagement shoots are such a great idea. We can stroll around and chat about your wedding and just get to know each other better. Take a few photos, get you used to it, relaxed and have a lovely time AND you get some lovely photos of your and your beau to boot.
Natalie and Henry were wicked and trusted me, even when I started out by getting them to stand in what looks like a large metal vagina type thing !!!
There was loads of amazing pieces of art up there, well worth look if you’re that way. We had a great afternoon, walking and chatting and taking photos.
I cant wait for their wedding in a couple months, and I know they’ll feel more relaxed on the day now.
Author: Holly Bobbins
I am Holly Bobbins. I am a paper artist and wedding photographer in Winchester, Hampshire UK
I’m a mum, a hoarder of things useful and not so useful, an avid skip junkie ~ I can never go to the tip without bringing something new home!
I love scrabble, a glass of red wine, music, buttons, string ~ all the beautiful paper, old books, wooden boxes, rainbows, junk shops, birds, Thai food, sunlight through trees, shapes, patterns ~ the world is a visual feast ~ and my world is in pictures.
In both my art and my photography I want to create something that has a lasting meaning.