An amazing series that I had the privilege to contribute to as a Camera Operator is finally out. Follow the come back of European nature on the new National Geographic series Europe’s New Wild!
The ports of Rotterdam and Moerdijk are the setting for The New Wilderness 2.0 – Wild Port of Europe, a dramatized nature documentary about the abundant, resilient, dynamic forces of nature in Europe’s largest port. The film will be released for distribution in 2021.
Here is a behind the scenes video of our work in the Port of Rotterdam for the cinema film “Wild Port of Europe”.
I had the privilege to work for this beautiful documentary about existentialism and our place in the world, filming some nature images. Roe deer in the early morning fog, birdlife and wide shots of the wintery landscapes of the Netherlands.
Since July I’m working as a Camera Operator for the wildlife film Wild Port of Europe (EMS/Veldkijker) that will be released in cinemas in late 2021. We are making a portrait of the wildlife struggling to survive in a fast-changing industrial environment. It’s a very exciting project to work for, witnessing the adaptation and resourcefulness of the few species that can harness this harsh and extreme environment.
No podcast mensual sobre natureza que emite a Radio Galega, este mes falo sobre a comunicación das árbores: como senten, interactúan, alertan sobre perigos e mesmo producen sons.
Aquí a ligazón pra escoita-lo podcast dentro do programa Convivir.
A partires do minuto 44:55.
The documentary “De Jonge Jagers” (The Young Hunters) premiered in October at Cinekid Festival in Amsterdam and it will screen on Dutch National Television next year. I contributed to the film with wild boar footage filmed in De Veluwe.
Really happy that my work was showcased in a special issue of Nat Geo Traveller UK.
Dende hai uns meses veño colaborando unha vez ó mes coa Radio Galega, creando un podcast de 10 minutos sobre natureza e sustentabilidade.
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