Engagement photographer in Berkhamsted

Ashridge Engagement Shoot

engagement photography highlights from Fran and Malc's pre-wedding portrait session at Ashridge, Berkhamsted.

A selection of engagement photography highlights from Fran and Malc’s pre-wedding portrait session at Ashridge, Berkhamsted.

Fran & Malc’s Engagement Shoot at Ashridge

I had a lovely time on the engagement shoot with Fran and Malc at Ashridge near Berkhamsted. Both Fran and Malc looked fantastic, Malc looking very smart in a bright blue Tartan suit and Fran looked lovely in a black top and bright red skirt.

Fran, Malc and I took a walk into the woods at Ashridge, stopping off for a few photos and discussed the couple’s plans for their big day. Fran and Malc are getting married in October and will be having a wedding at Moor Park Mansion followed by a Tipi wedding reception at Berkhamsted Cricket Club. I’m looking forward to photographing Fran and Malc’s big day soon!

My engagement sessions are very relaxed, they usually last just over an hour. The focus of the session is to get to know one another so that come the big day the couple can feel as relaxed as possible around me and my cameras!

If you would like to arrange an engagement session please get in touch.

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“Going with Andy as our photographer was the best decision!”

Beautiful, natural couple portraits

No awkward posing

Candid moments captured

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