Posted on: Tuesday 15th April 2014
Being a Brympton House wedding photographer is an absolute treat.
Weddings at Brympton D’Evercy near Yeovil in Somerset are stunning whatever the weather and the beautiful house and gardens make wedding photography there a real delight.
As Katia Marsh Photography I’ve been working at Brympton House for 6 years, photographing both summer & winter weddings. To check out Brympton House wedding photography go to https://www.katiamarshphotography.co.uk/weddings
Posted on: Monday 17th March 2014
A fascinating job last week accompanying members of the International Confucian Ecological Alliance on their visit to London.
The trip was organized by ARC (Alliance of Religions & Conservation) & began with a visit to Buckingham Palace to meet HRH Prince Philip to discuss projects past & future.
Then to St James’s Palace for a meeting with Justin Mundy, Director of The Prince’s Charities’ International Sustainability Unit.
It was a priviledge to witness such an informed, passionate & inspiring debate.
Posted on: Monday 3rd March 2014
Mouthwatering dishes from the kitchens of Bridport Golf Club, a great wedding venue if you’re wanting lots of space & the stunning Jurassic coastline to feature in your wedding photography.
Posted on: Monday 3rd March 2014
A day spent in the village of Burrowbridge, where the rivers Parrett & Tone meet on the Somerset Levels, on February 15th 2014.
Posted on: Monday 3rd February 2014
Just revisited The Deer Park Country Hotel outside Honiton.
So much work has been done to the grounds since last year. With the classic country house feel and excellent service it’s a great venue for a Honiton wedding.
Two great weddings in the Spring there last year, with excellent opportunities for wedding photography in the woods knee deep in daffodils.
Posted on: Monday 20th January 2014
An excellent book has just been published about my great aunt Enid Marx, her superb designs & pattern making (1902-1998)
Energetic, feisty and experimental, she was a master in her field & a true inspiration. Really worth a read!
Enid Marx Design
Ruth Artmonsky and Brian Webb
Publisher: Antique Collectors’ Club
Size: 215 mm x 140 mm
Illustrations: 150 colour
Posted on: Tuesday 14th January 2014
Memories of sunshine & summer fun at The Mount Somerset Hotel in Taunton for Chris & Zoe’s wedding.
Zoe looked stunning & the RAF boys turned out in real style with swords blazing. Romantic walk around the grounds with beautiful views over the Somerset countryside.
The group shots were a real laugh as were the speeches & the dancing… a great day!
~ wedding photography Taunton ~
Posted on: Thursday 9th January 2014
Beautiful Christmas wedding setting at Hotel Endsleigh on Dartmoor for Claire & Gary.
The house & grounds of the hotel are stunning, the staff so charming & the food delicious, I’d recommend it as a perfect wedding venue to anyone.
Fun preparations with the bridal party all receiving lovely gifts & the boys arriving in a stylish VW camper. Such a happy couple & close family vibe it made for easy photography with open fires, mistletoe & a roaring bonfire in the yard. The perfect start to the festive season. I wish Claire & Gary & their lovely families all the best for the New Year.
Posted on: Sunday 8th December 2013
Final presentation of the Arts Council project ‘The Great & The Small’ & Fundraiser for Theatre Village in Kathmandu, Nepal.
Film, photographs, live performance and discussion at The Marine Theatre, Lyme Regis Dorset today – 9th December 2013, 3 – 6pm
Posted on: Wednesday 4th December 2013
‘The Great & The Small’ – an Arts Council project produced by Stray Dog Productions (of which I am a part) presents a final viewing of the mixed media exhibition of photographs, film, sculpture & performance:
At The Jam Factory, Lime Kiln Lane, Uplyme Dorset DT7 3XQ Friday 6th & Saturday 7th December 10 – 5pm, Sunday 8th 11- 2pm
“Entering The Jam Factory I had a sense of excitement reminiscent of one of London’s ‘great’ exhibitions….hungry!”
“…walking around the room, tuning into different sensory elements, I was visually and intellectually captivated, compelled to look, read and listen more”
“It was a true collaboration and public art at its best”
“….Someone better call Tate Modern!!”
“You became part of the family!”