Wildlife can be studied and observed in your local area and you don't necessarily have to go far to explore its wonders. We are interested in filming both common and endangered species, utilising macro equipment to enhance subjects that may otherwise go unnoticed

  • Road kill: pressure on habitat
  • Red Admiral and wasps

Meirionnydd, a very special place

Short promotional video for the Meirionnydd bee keepers association.
This film is also viewable in Welsh

Our Wilderness

Our Wilderness explores two areas of peatland in North Wales and people’s relationship to these locations. They include a poet, two conservationists and a farmer. The film reveals the love and concern the characters have for these special places and there is a strong emphasis on the Curlew's decline in Wales.

Peaty Places

Produced by Greengage Films for education purposes, this film highlights the diversity of the peat bog habitat and the decline of the Curlew. Peaty places is a resource that will help children understand how people have to work with nature to try and preserve this unique ecosystem. We hope that by producing education films we can give something positive to our future generations. We spent many hours on the moors in all weathers capturing this footage and are very pleased that we can offer this video for environmental learning. Fersiwn iaith Gymraeg

Cemlyn

Produced for the North Wales Wildlife Trust, this short film introduces this very unique reserve on the Anglesey coastline, the work of the trust, and the activity at the Bioblitz 2012

A day in the life of Camley Street

Produced for the London Wildlife Trust, giving an isight into a unique 2 acre nature reserve in the heart of London. The film mirrors the diversity of the special urban site and the importance of having these pockets of green space, for people as well as wildlife

A Breathing Place

This film was shot for the London Wildlife trust. It features a BBC Breathing Place in Surrey Square , London. There is a strong sense of community throughout the film and a reflection of how these projects bring a positive buzz to urban estates.