A selection of photos from various events, some showing us posing (you'll notice our chieftain, the aptly named Drustanos the Vain, is good at this!) and some catching us just doing what we do. If it's a little heavy on our warriors, it's because people tend to photograph them more than our Living History. This we hope to remedy...
Dumnonika on TV/Film
Towards the end of 2012, Dumnonika were approached by group of Film Production Students hoping to film a story set during the Iron Age. Due to various reasons we were unable to make that happen, but when the same chaps got back in touch having graduated, we were delighted to help them out. A weekend on freezing Dartmoor in January and months of editing later and we were delighted with the results, Kuros ('Circle'), a tale of murder and revenge...
On Saturday 11th April 2015 Dumnonika took part in the first Living History Day at Wimbleball Lake on Exmoor. Lewis Clarke of the Mid Devon Gazette caught us on film. For an overview of the whole day, see the video below, which catches some nice scenes from our Kiddi-Brit session!
During the summer of 2013, Dumnonika were asked to shoot a few sequences for ITV's 'Britain's Secret Treasures', resulting in two appearances for the group: The Pegsdon Mirror (presented by Mary Ann Ochota) and the Boverton Hoard (presented by Katherine Jenkins)