Over two years in the making, condensed to a one hour programme hitting BBC2 screens nationwide. The programme showcases the yearly cycle of people, wildlife and landscapes of Pembrokeshire. It was an absolute blast and privilege to work with the BBC natural history unit on this programme shooting insane amounts of timelapse photography sequences including many from the same location showing the changes over a year in my home county. Scenes explode into life from bare winter to spring, flowering blooms in summer and the russet tones of autumn in mere seconds highlighting the very best of this corner of Wales. It airs on Friday 3rd July 2020 

Here’s a few behind the scenes from working on the project plus some interactive sliders which allow you to skip through the seasons. Get in touch for commercial or broadcast timelapse photography

A selection of interactive season sliders

Behind the scenes on location

Timelapse screen captures usage kindly permitted by BBC Natural History Unit

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