360° virtual reality Scotland expedition #EndOceanPlastics
 

Year of production:2018

Running Time: 3:27 min

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Shot and produced for Greenpeace following up from the 2017 scientific expedition around the shores of Scotland. The tour studied the impacts of plastic pollution on iconic wildlife like gannets, puffins and basking sharks. Watch this 360 video and experience the expedition with your own eyes. You will see such beautiful places like Bass Rock, where biggest colony of gannets live, or Shiant Isles, a home to puffins, razorbills and many other birds.

Beluga II Scientific Expedition in Scotland

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Year of production:2018

Running Time: 1:20 min

1Last year Greenpeace launched a scientific expedition around the shores of Scotland to study the impacts of plastic pollution on iconic wildlife like gannets, puffins and basking sharks.

Freedom Bus
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Year of production:2017

Running Time: 1:11 min

Social media video shot for the Syria Campaign in London.

Sarah's Journey
 

Year of production:2014

Running Time: 1:23 min

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16 year old Sarah from South Sudan describes how it was to flee from the war, life in Baratuku refugee camp over the border in Uganda and her dreams for the future. Short video reportage shot for the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies in Uganda.

Point Hope

 

Year of production:2011

Running Time: 2:30 min

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Short video reportage from Point Hope, Alaska. Point Hope is located on the western coast of Alaska on the edge of the Chukchi sea, just south of lease 193 where oil giant Shell hope to extract oil to the value of $2.4 trillion. Point Hope's tribal government backed by a group of 12 environmental organisations have led the opposition against Shell. The city is becoming increasingly split over the issue, as gifts and promises of jobs from oil companies seep in.​

I ♥ Arctic

 

Year of production: 2013

Running Time: 1:27 min

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I ♥ ARCTIC Copenhagen, Denmark. Web content video for Greenpeace Nordic, summary of days coverage and event.

Comet Consular Services

 

Year of production: 2011

Running Time: 1:40 min

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Timelapse sales presentation video for visa agency based in Stockholm.

Two girls forced to flee from South Sudan - Plan International

 

Year of production: 2014

Running Time: 03:01 min

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Separated from their parents during the conflict, South Sudan's teenage refugee girls are taking on the role of mothers to their younger siblings in the Uganda camps. Getting children back to school -- and normality -- is key if the girls are to escape the burden of early parenthood, and survive the crisis with their education intact.

Emma* and Kathryn* fled from their homes in South Sudan with their younger brothers when the war came. Now they are alone in Baratuku refugee camp in northern Uganda, where Plan is providing crucial aid. They have been here for over a month, and they don't know if they will ever see their parents again.

*Girls' names have been changed to protect their identities

 

Venus Transit

Year of production: 2012

Running Time: 01:03 min

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The 2012 transit of Venus across the Sun, viewed and filmed by lake Vänern. Sweden. A transit of Venus across the Sun takes place when the planet Venus passes directly between the Sun and Earth (or another planet), becoming visible against (and hence obscuring a small portion of) the solar disk. During a transit, Venus can be seen from Earth as a small black disk moving across the face of the Sun.

#FreeTheArctic30 emergency day of solidarity protest Copenhagen.

 

Year of production: 2013

Running Time: 02:15 min

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Greenpeace emergency day of solidarity protest Copenhagen, Denmark. Web content video for Greenpeace Nordic, summary of days coverage and event.

Timelapse music video of Greenpeace Esperanza in Arctic Norway.

 

Year of production: 2014

Running Time: 05:49 min

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A collection of time-lapse videos shot on the Greenpeace Esperanza during early summer 2014 in Arctic Norway. The ship was in Arctic Norway protesting plans by Statoil to drill the northernmost well in the world, only 175kms from the Bear Island nature reserve.