Film that we have created, produced and edited

A day in a minute – Family time out at sea on the West Coast of Scotland south of Oban on Ardmaddy Estate. This stunning location has holiday cottages/houses to let all year round which I would highly recommend staying in. Excellent housing, boat hire, beaches, mountains, fishing and much more can be had for multiple families
The wonderful Anthea Shelley at Brockhill Gun Dog Training showing her pack and her skills. Highly recommended and personally can highly recommend training with Anthea. She’s helped many including me with our spaniel training.
The River Spey is one of the most iconic salmon rivers in Scotland if not the world given it’s rich heritage in Whiskey Distilling and historical prolific salmon fishing. This aerial film shows the Spey at Carron & Laggan in September 2018. A weeks salmon fishing that will not be forgotten and a location that I love to visit when lucky enough to go. The river was big this week so not showing it’s true form but still provided for us with the most enjoyable weeks fishing.
Scotland may not be the paradise you imagine however I can assure you that it holds some of the most beautiful beaches in Europe. This film was taken in April 2018. Even before Covid-19 these beaches remain vastly unpopulated. You could walk from one end to the other and not see a soul.
A peaceful and stunning sunrise in Scotland March 2020. 5am allowed total tranquility. This brief film highlights the beauty that resides close to home for many.
On a recent visit north I took a walk with my son and mother to find a peaceful place. The river North Esk near Edzell at the Burn estate is certainly one of those. Incredible scenery consisting of stomach churning ravines dropping down to the river to sky high tree lines. A droning nightmare but incredible to see.
Loch Oich is a freshwater loch in the Highlands of Scotland which forms part of the Caledonian Canal, of which it is the highest point. This narrow loch lies between Loch Ness and Loch Lochy in the Great Glen. It is fed by the River Garry from the West, and feeds the River Oich from its North end. The Laggan locks separate it from Loch Lochy.