The North York Moors is an upland area in north-eastern Yorkshire, England. It contains one of the largest expanses of heather moorland in the United Kingdom. The area was designated as a National Park in 1952, through the National Parks and Access to the Countryside Act 1949.
Woodland Sanctuary is a joint exhibition between myself and Joe Cornish. The work was gathered over the last 6 years, all of it within the North York Moors National Park. Using my archived footage, I’ve made this relaxing video of local woodland scenes which will play on a loop in the Sanctuary room of the exhibition. I’ve decided to share it online so that it can be enjoyed by all.
The exhibition consists of 9 themes which reflect the preoccupations and imaginative journeys of the photographers during their time in the woods. The images reflect the intense experience of studying trees in all weather conditions and all times of year.
Dew point is the temperature where air becomes saturated with water vapour. When difference between dew point and air temperature is less than 2.5 degrees centigrade, the air condenses into water droplets, which we see as fog.
This film was born from my love of fog and mist, and how it can transform landscape from ordinary to mysterious. It has footage from fifteen different morning when I had to wake up stupidly early and drive around to find location where the fog appears, and wasn’t too thick.
At least same amount of early mornings was spent coming home empty handed, due to fog either not appearing or being too thick and not being able to find high enough ground. Weather forecasts are pretty good nowadays, but not hundred percent accurate.
Filmed in various location in north Yorkshire and Cumbria.
Teaser advert for the ‘Yorkshire Frontiers’ film, which is the longest time lapse film made on earth, due for release late 2021.
Due to be released in 2021, our aim is to create the longest ever time-lapse film, right here in ‘God’s own country’! With over 2 years of video production and over 500,000 images this is an epic film worthy of a place in the Guinness book of records. The film also features ultra slow motion wildlife photography and stunning aerial footage of Yorkshires greatest landmarks from North, East, South and West Yorkshire.
Yorkshire is a historic county in northern England. It’s known for its Roman and Viking heritage, as well as its Norman castles, medieval abbeys, Industrial Revolution-era cities and 2 national parks. The county town of York, founded by the Romans, is home to 13th-century cathedral York Minster, Tudor houses and medieval walls. The interactive Jorvik Viking Centre recalls the area’s 9th-century Norse occupation.