Mathon Church is deligted to have partnered with photographer, film-maker and consultant, Jack Versiani Holt to produce a (growing) range of cards. All the profits from the sale of these cards goes to Mathon Church funds, to support the work of the church and the maintenance of this historic building and its grounds.
If you would like to buy any of these cards (priced at £1 per card) please speak to Kevin Brewer or one of the Churchwardens, or you can email email@example.com)
All cards are 105mm x 146mm and are printed on 350gsm card, are blank inside and are supplied with a white envelope.
The Last Supper
This image of part of the stained glass window on the North side of the chancel depicts Jesus at the Last Supper.
Mathon Church in Spring 1
Featuring the beautiful drift of daffodils on the South side of the church
along with the evening sun dropping over the horizon.
Mathon Church in Spring 2
Featuring a cluster of daffodils on the South side of the church on a Spring evening
Mathon Church at Dusk
This image of Mathon Church taken as dusk turns to night on a clear, moonlit, November evening captures the stillness and beauty of this historic building beneath a star filled sky.
Mathon Church at Night
This image of Mathon Church under a starlit sky in November captures some of the stained glass windows lit from within and the ancient yew-tree which is thought to be over nine hundred years old.
We are delighted that Jack has already captured more stunning images of Mathon church for us to turn into greeting cards to extend this, already popular, range. Coming soon: Mathon Church by candle-light, photographed at the 2017 advent service 'Carols by Candle-light' this card could be your perfect Christmas card for 2018! (Image to be posted in the approach to advent)
Photographer and film-maker Jack Versiani Holt has photographed wildlife, landscape, people and architecture around the world. The skills he gained while completing a Masters Degree in Wildlife Documentary Production together with his passion for photography drive his creativity to film and illustrate compelling stories.
In Mathon, in addition to his work for our greetings cards he has also produced the pictures used to illustrate the new Mathon Church Audio Visual Heritage Tour.
A small sample of Jack’s work can be seen in the 'Photo' section of his website www.holtography.com