Scottish Wildlife Trust

Recently I created short films for Scottish Wildlife Trusts viral campaign to raise awareness and save the red squirrel!  This gave me the opportunity to work with its Ambassadors, Simon King, Stephen Jardine and Mark Beaumont to create short clips for internet distrubution. All filming was recorded at SWT’s members day, where its members were encouraged to get involved.  The day was insightful about the hard work that the trust does and its speakers also brought plenty of life to the event.

Below are my films to promote the campaign.
To find out more and to help save the red squirrel by joining the Scottish Wildlife Trust, visit:
scottishwildlifetrust.org.uk/news/the-last-red-squirrel-in-scotland/

Scottish Wildlife Trust
Highlights from the Scottish Wildlife Trust’s 2012 National Members’ Day, held in Edinburgh.

The day held in Edinburgh in September 2012, saw wildlife filmmaker Simon King together with a number of special guests, inspire a bumper crowd of 300 members about the wonders of Scotland’s wildlife. Stephen Jardine interviewed Simon King and chaired the People’s Postcode Lottery Question Time panel, where experts and enthusiasts including Simon King, adventurer Mark Beaumont and the Scottish Wildlife Trust’s Jonny Hughes discussed contentious issues raised by the audience, including wind farms, culling badgers, careers in conservation and the reintroduction of the European lynx.

Stephen Jardine
Stephen Jardine, broadcaster and Scottish Wildlife Trust Ambassador, has pledged his support to Red Squirrel Week. The UK’s only native squirrel is under threat from the grey squirrel, imported from America, as well as the deadly squirrel pox virus.

Mark Beaumont
Mark Beaumont, international adventurer and Scottish Wildlife Trust Ambassador, has pledged his support to Red Squirrel Week. The UK’s only native squirrel is under threat from the grey squirrel, imported from America, as well as the deadly squirrel pox virus.

Simon King, OBE
Simon King OBE, wildlife film-maker and President of The Wildlife Trusts has pledged his support to Red Squirrel Week. The UK’s only native squirrel is under threat from the grey squirrel, imported from America, as well as the deadly squirrel pox virus.

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