“WE ARE SUCH STUFF AS DREAMS ARE MADE ON AND OUR LITTLE LIFE IS ROUNDED BY A SLEEP ”
My name is Philip Dundas
Choosing a celebrant is a difficult and personal choice to make at a time when decisions are already so tough. You will find me empathetic and sensitive, ready to help you shape a ceremony that reflects your beliefs and those of the person who has died.
As a writer, I am concerned with the big questions of life. Like many people, I feel a connection with something bigger than myself. I find many of the answers in my relationship with the natural world and through the beauty of ritual and symbolism. I try to weave these elements into my work as a celebrant, helping you to choose words and music that will help you through the difficult process of saying goodbye and making sense of death.
I am a published novelist and food writer and have written features for many newspapers and magazines. The writing posted here ranges from journalism and fiction to poetry to reflections on life and death.
Please just pick up the phone anytime and call me. If I am not available I will call you back as soon as I'm free.
Once we have made contact I will arrange for us to meet to talk through your ideas and explore ways I can support you.
If you prefer, feel free to drop me a email at the address below or complete the form here.
I look forward to hearing from you
+44 (0) 7764-336-220