Since making Beautiful and Wild Scotland I’ve been wondering what my next personal project will be and finally I’ve found one! Since finding out that I live on the site of a former flour mill just off Ferry Road I’ve been loving looking at old pictures of Edinburgh on the likes of Lost Edinburgh and the […]
A few months ago an archive producer got in touch from Trainspotting 2 asking about using the deer shots from Wild Scotland. Absolutely stoked to see the shot used in the film. It’s projected onto wall during a trippy sequence where it’s been flipped upside down.
I had a great few days filming aerials north of Inverness with the Edinburgh film company. The drone was able to get great shots of the machinery from a birds eye view nestled in the forest. .
I was asked again by The Rawk Agency to create a film for a party of Russians coming to Scotland to experience the John Dewars brand. We spent 2 days following the party as they enjoyed a tour around the distillery as well as a load of other activities, including a BBQ at the top of […]
I was in Forfar last week filming with the drone again capturing shots as Ogilvy Vodka started to plant their potatoes at the start of the season. I got a combination of aerial shots along with normal filming on the ground with the Sony a7sii .
The past few weeks I’ve been working with Mike Guest producing some content for the Scottish National Party in the run up to the May elections. We made this behind the scenes set up film of the Manifesto Launch. We shot this through the night and delivered the edit first thing in the morning along with a […]
I was working with Coolbox who was working with Glengoyne and Wetlands Trust. We were filming the trusts research officer talking about their work into finding out why some Geese population are in sharp decline. Shooting on the Sony FS700 + A7SII. Despite from horrid weather we got some great shots! .
I’m over the moon that my film Wild Scotland won the landscape category at the New York City Drone Film Festival. Unfortunately I couldn’t make it over to New York to accept the amazing award but looking forward to receiving it in the post! The festival received 350 film submissions from 45 countries and considering […]
I’ve been involved the past week with Shore Productions helping them shoot an campaign to be released in May this year. They got me in as director with Jonnie Lewis on the camera shooting various locations around Edinburgh. We also got a few drone shots to reveal Edinburgh’s skyline . . .
. This is the music video I was helping film on the Isle of Skye a few weekends ago for Fathersons – .