We are living in a rapidly warming world. So how is wildlife in the UK affected and why is the coastline first in the firing line? How is coastal wildlife suited to deal with the new, warmer conditions? Dive into the hidden world of plankton, rock pools, sand eels and seabirds; grey seals and bottle nosed dolphins, on a journey around the UK's coastal wildlife through the air, on land and underwater, as the answers to these questions are revealed in this short documentary.
Life Without Limits, a documentary about overcoming challenges, no matter what your limitations, Highlands of Scotland 2020. WINNER of Best Documentary at FIFF London, Honourable Mention for Best Documentary at Kalakari Film Festival and screened at Cannes Indie Shorts and Reale Film Festival, Italy.
National Whale and Dolphin Watch Promo video 2021
Project Seagrass is a pioneering project created through a collaboration between WWF, Sky Ocean Rescue and Swansea University to collect and plant seagrass seeds to grow a seagrass meadow in view of sequestering carbon emissions.
Dancing With Grey Seals, Lundy Island MPA, 2020
Turning of the Seasons (Colours of Autumn), for the Arts Council of Wales event Arty Parky, 2020
#End The Trade - Documentary about the biggest global pandemic you've never heard of... and this time it's wildlife that's affected. Footage contributed by anonymous camera operator. Researched, written, narrated, edited and graphic design by Antonia Salter.
Short Wildlife Documentary focusing on the life of farmer Gareth Wyn Jones and his dedication to the conservation of some of the rarest and most charismatic wild ponies in the world.