Antonia is a self-shooting film producer, currently studying a Masters degree in Wildlife Documentary Production with Wildlife Biology, Ecology and Behaviour. She produces feel-good documentaries and promotional materials for environmental campaigns, expeditions and events. The far reaching impact of her visual media creations has increased funds, awareness and support for environmental campaigns such as the Wildlife Trust. Her most recent campaign film for Chris Packham received over half a million views after release, initiating engagement of 20,000 people. Her first Crowdfunder video for Voyage Vert sustainable travel network raised £23,000 in five weeks.
As a film maker and photographer, she has experience of TV camera operation using studio broadcast cameras as well as run and gun, while her photography has been published in various media including the Huffington Post and Countryfile Magazine.
Focusing on Natural History, landscape and adventure, her creativity is inspired by the mountains, rivers, forests and oceans which she accesses through her outdoor skills. As a Dive Master, expedition assessor and qualified drone operator, Antonia is able to access hard to reach areas whilst having the interpersonal skills to manage challenging situations in remote places. Friendly, approachable and always up for a challenge!
In her quest to inform and inspire audiences, Antonia firmly believes in the positive impact of expeditions and creative media to increase awareness of Conservation and Environmental issues.
Accredited by ALBERT sustainable film productions. Fully insured for ground and drone camera work. Member of the Natural History Network.
Here's what her clients say:
“Antonia’s commitment, dedication, enthusiasm and professionalism towards the project was outstanding which culminated in a beautiful film. I would certainly re-commission her for any future projects.”
Andrew Paddison, 2020, endurance cyclist/ client.
"We were absolutely delighted with the (first) film Antonia created because it captured the essence of the nature reserve and activity... very sensitively. Following that success we asked if she could film an interview with a lichen expert - again we were really pleased with the film - a great mix of conversation and species shots. We have just put her films onscreen at the reserve and on our Youtube channel and they look great.
"I do think that part of the success of the filming was down to Antonia's kind personality and supportive attitude. She was very gentle with people and they all responded well to her. We thoroughly enjoyed working with her and would certainly recommend her to other organisations."
Darylle Hardy, Conservation Manager, Radnorshire Wildlife Trust.