Travel: films that bring life to destinations and cultures

Making travel films is both easy and demanding. Often you are presented with gorgeous locations and interesting people. The challenges present themselves in the form of logistics, and really making the most of your time. In my experience, it all comes down to agility. I’ve had a great deal of fortune in my career, which I owe to the experiences I’ve had travelling and making films for travel brands, and I’m proud to say I have made films on every continent.

Chantelle & Glass

Short documentary style film documenting a day on safari with the incredible guides at Singita Lebombo Lodge, Kruger National Park.
Commissioned by Jacada Travel as part of our South Africa collaboration.

Movements - South Africa

The Kruger Journey

Wine Tours South Africa

Chef Duncan at The Flagship


Condé Nast Brides (Where to wed abroad, Malta)

From the busy streets of Valletta, to the turquoise waters of the Blue Lagoon, Malta has so much to offer for as wedding destination. Arabella Dupont takes us on a tour of her favorite spots, and divulges her top tips. // Micro-documentary commissioned by Brides Magazine / Condé Nast Traveller UK for the Malta Tourism Authority.


The Train to Ollanta

Filmed from the front of the PeruRail VistaDome train that runs between Cusco and Machu Picchu, this film encapsulates the winding mountain track as the train heads toward Ollantaytambo.
Commissioned by Jacada Travel as part of our Peru collaboration.


Jacada Travel: Peru


35mm / Croatia

An experiment using only a fixed 35mm focal length whilst exploring Croatia. Filmed in Magic Lantern RAW on the Canon 5D Mk3.