Rachel and Tom are getting married later this year at Leeds Club and judging by what I’ve heard so far it’s lining up to be a cracking day. For the engagement shoot we discussed loads of ideas around the city centre, and in the end decided to have a little walk along The Calls, and Dock Street, (with a few minor detours). Meeting up at District  making the most of the industrial courtyard and entrance lighting we then swung through the side streets to find interesting spots and fun locations. Along the way we realised non of us had checked out the Tetley so we ventured in to check out the exhibitions and of course ended up having a pint and a chat. The space itself was really nice with loads of possibilities for how it can be used, and could make an ace space for a wedding. While chatting we got onto other bars and places in leeds, and decided to swing up to the wonderful craft beer bar Bundobust  for some of their ace indian street food. Making the most of the quirky space, we shot a few final portraits before digging into some great food.

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