Lundy Island

In May 2012, I took part in the filming of a series of short films for The Landmark Trust about Lundy Island, a small 3 mile long island found where the Bristol Channel and the Atlantic Ocean meet.

I was the producer, camera operator, writer and editor of a film called ‘Lundy Island Marine Conservation’ which is about how Lundy was designated the UK’s first Marine Conservation Zone due to it’s wide variety of wildlife and the methods which have been put in place to help conserve it.

I was also the producer, camera operator, writer and editor of another short film about the common dolphins around Lundy which you can often see on the boat journey across to the island on board the ferry MS Oldenburg,

To read about the 3 day trip to Lundy please read my blogs and feel free to ask any questions about it.

Here are the final videos.

Lundy Island Marine Conservation 

Lundy Island Dolphins

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