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Client review: Photography commission – A Dorset Farm


You may recall a recent photography commission I was entrusted with, of an incredible Dorset farm. So you will also appreciate the joy at receiving the following email from my client.

Karen writes:

“Dearest Katy,

I need my own marketing consultant to put into words how amazing the photo book is!

It is as if you jumped into our brains and captured 17 years of visual memories.

18449486_1691010037623188_3129711075997271593_oYou have the wonderful gift of empathy and technical skill.

I love the way you have given equal importance to both the workings of the farm and to the beauty of the farm.

I really appreciate how you acted on my throw away remarks on what was important to us and captured them visually – the water butt, chalk path, the milk parlour…

Thank you.



When the canvas is as beautiful as that farm, capturing it is a mere press of a button. What a joy to be part of this incredible project. Thank you, Karen, for entrusting this into my care. I wish you and David all the very best.

April giveaway: West Dorset Business photoshoot


The March giveaway has been and gone, and the lucky winner, local business Winyards Gap, won themselves a free business photo-session. As it is Easter, and because we are feeling generous – we’re running this competition in April again.

How to enter: Simply follow Fresh Brew Marketing on Twitter, or like the Fresh Brew Marketing page on Facebook, find the giveaway post, and share it. It’s that easy!

Competition closes at the end of April 2017.

Note: Competition limited to businesses in the SW of the UK only.

If you’d like to see some of the things we’ve done – check out our gallery here 


Floral Photography in Beaminster


I don’t know what it is about florals, but I love them. I love looking at them. I love smelling them. I love photographing them. Perhaps it’s that the lens captures so much more than my eye can. Perhaps it’s the ability to look at the petal itself in crisp clearness against a backdrop of nothing. Perhaps it’s the contrast between the dark tennis court green and a bright fuscia or lilac.

I don’t know what it is.

And living in Beaminster – it makes it easy to fall in love with the summer garden frenzy that takes over – despite the clouds and rain. When the sunshine hits, Garden Centres are full, the smell of mulch lingers on the breeze like the carrot cake you baked that morning.

Hope you enjoy these florals, just as much as I enjoyed snapping them.