Back in March I spent some time filming in the Westman Islands off the coast of Iceland with Euan Myles who was directing a film for a local Salmon farm in Scotland. The farm uses a supplier in Iceland who makes the feed for the Scottish salmon, it was both fascinating and extremely smelly to […]
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I recently produced 25 online videos for Sustrans as part of their Community Links Plus competition. Local authorities across Scotland bid to win money for a bold and innovative active travel infrastructure change which would restore the balance of Scotland’s streets in favour of people walking and cycling. 4 authorities put forward 5 projects each […]
I’ve been working with the Scottish Episcopal Church for the last few years now, mainly filming interviews with their Bishops. Towards the start of the year we started planning a video which would act an insight into breadth of work the church is involved in with the aim of attracting new members. Pre-production is important […]
I worked with fellow filmmakers Coolbox this summer helping them shoot aerials for a Whisky commercial they were filming. You can watch the behind the scenes here… .
Over the past few weeks I have been working with the National Library of Scotland. I produced a film which they are using to help launch their new strategy – http://www.nls.uk/the-way-forward
I was filming again for a new series being made for the BBC about estates in the Scottish highlands. I spend a day near Glencoe and Applecross getting a great selection of shots. So lucky to get 2 stunning days of weather!
I’ve starting gather footage for my new aerial film to replace Beautiful Scotland. The next film ‘Wild Scotland’ is about 60% done and will include shots from Harris, East Lothian, West and North West highlands and hopefully Orkney. .
Check out this promotional film I made for Steel Roots Design – a Sheffield based company making unique furniture from reclaimed wood and steel. I spend a day with the guys in their workshop and interviewed them to find out all about what they do. .
I’m in the middle of making a mini documentary following the making of a bronze statue of Mary Queen of Scots. I’ve visited David Annands studio a couple of times now filming as he progresses wit the statue. . .
I absolutely love filming in workshops especially when welding and grinding is involved – endless opportunities for good shots. My mate in Sheffield has started making tables, bars and others things from reclaimed wood and steel gas pipes -check out his work at http://www.steelrootsdesign.com/ Here’s some stills from the rushes