I was just getting ready to post this week’s blog yesterday (which will now be up next week instead) when I got some exciting news and I just had to share it as soon as possible! I recently spent an afternoon filming at Trumpington Meadows with a team from Cambridge TV who were making a feature on the reserve for their series, The Wild Side. The episode went live at rather short notice last night.
Having spent so much time getting to know the reserve and photograph it through the seasons, I was really pleased to be asked to take part in this short documentary. The focus is on the development of the reserve and it’s biodiversity, with an added piece on macro photography by yours truly.
It was a strange experience for me to be the other side of the camera, but a treat to be able to share some photography tips and tricks with a wider audience as well as some of my images from the reserve.
Here is a quick screen shot with one of the lovely presenters, Adam Canning. If you want to watch the whole episode, you can catch up online here.