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The Earl and Countess of Wessex.

Penberth Cove, Cornwall, England

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King Alfred's Tower | by flash of light - A 50m-high folly built in 1772 by Henry Flitcroft, with spectacular views across Wiltshire, Somerset, and Dorset. Lying 2 miles north-west of Stourhead, the tower stands on the spot where in 879AD the King raised his standard against the Danes after emerging from hiding.

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Hardwick Hall, Derbyshire- Elizabethan Country House built in the 16th century

Tissington Hall Derbyshire

Grasmere and pretty rowing boats at the Fairy Cafe, Lake District, Cumbria

Union Jack door!

Hardwick Hall. Two turrets and a corner

View from road between Rothbury and Alnwick in Northumberland, England.

King John's Wall at Haddon Hall, Bakewell, Derbyshire, England

Eyam, Derbyshire, England. The Plague Village where scores of people died from the Bubonic Plague between 1665-1666

Interior view of Haddon Hall

The Caricature Room, Calke Abbey, Derbyshire.

The DiCamillo Companion - The Cascade and Music Temple, West Wycombe Park, Buckinghamshire

Wiltshire, England

Following a successful pitch to investment and tourism organisation Marketing Derby we created a promotional film that demonstrates everything great about our city - drawing upon Derby's central location, quality of life, highly skilled workforce, education, sport and cultural offer, the film demonstrates Derby's vibrancy and vision for the future. The film features HD footage, interactive graphics and a bespoke score in four exciting minutes all about Derby.

Aerial view of Bolsover Castle

The DiCamillo Companion - West Wycombe Park, Buckinghamshire

Wingfield Manor-The impressive ruins of a palatial medieval manor house arranged round a pair of courtyards, with a huge undercrofted Great Hall and a defensible High Tower 72 feet tall. This monument was built in the 1440s for the wealthy Ralph, Lord Cromwell, Treasurer of England. Later the home of Bess of Hardwick’s husband, the Earl of Shrewsbury, who imprisoned Mary Queen of Scots here in 1569, 1584 and 1585. via English Heritage

Spiral Mosaic in Chalice Well Gardens, Glastonbury, Somerset, UK