Red House Museum is a beautiful historic house and museum in Gomersal, West Yorkshire. Red House was built by William Taylor in 1660, and the Taylor family owned it until 1920. The house had a number of famous visitors but the most well-known was Charlotte Brontë who immortalised the family and the house in her novel Shirley.
Recently, Kirklees Council approached us to undertake a Bridal Shoot at Red House as they are about to Licence the venue for wedding ceremonies and wanted some images for marketing purposes. Obviously, we said yes and immediately went about gathering a team of amazing people to make the shoot happen.
We decided, because of the Brontë connections that we would go with a themed shoot and the theme was Modern Victoriana;. So, after a few bouts of craziness with models having to drop out etc, we got everyone together and ventured out on a crisp Autumn morning.
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