Posts Tagged ‘Mark Liddell Photography’

“I will love you forever; whatever happens. Till I die and after I die, and when I find my way out of the land of the dead, I’ll drift about forever, all my atoms, till I find you again.”

~ Philip Pullman, The Amber Spyglass

This Pride Month, I couldn’t be prouder to share Garry & Mark’s story; one of the most emotional weddings I’ve had the pleasure of documenting.

You can view the full gallery of images (and book your own wedding!) over on my website.

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Me trying these on in IOLLA:
“Do these glasses make me look like Jeffrey Dahmer?”

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I recently had the pleasure of shooting promo images for the hilarious Susan Riddell’s upcoming show, “Duvet Day”. Already an established comedy writer and performer for the BBC Writers’ Room, Susan will be performing Duvet Day at the Edinburgh Fringe this summer, championing the virtues of laziness in an increasingly manic world. Tickets are on sale now!

You can follow Susan on Twitter to find more of her upcoming work (including an upcoming comedy series alongside fellow comedian Rachel Jackson!).

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Giles’ has officially loved this Mogwai toy to death and it now has a date with the bin. (I don’t know if these pictures capture how horrifying it is in person.)

Very Serious™ about getting my splits this year. 🤸🏻‍♂️

Headshots are the business card of the digital age, and an important part of your branding. This set of images was created with the London office of global film distributor Park Circus. Owing to inclement weather (ironic given that we had an unprecedented day of full, glorious sunshine when photographing the Glasgow team!), we shot a mixture of indoor images at the company’s modern Soho office, and a (covered) outdoor space at nearby Kingly Court. In spite of the unscheduled downpour, we were able to create these elegant, cinematic portraits to represent the team and the creative industry in which they work.

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With Colin visiting and spring having unexpectedly sprung, we took a day trip to Stirling.

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