Watchmaker by Adam Johnston

Adam was interested in the concept of repetition and circular movement, with each day rising and tide turning. Adam did some research of the island before his arrival during our development stage and was keen to see if the standing stone circle could feature. His dedication to extremely early mornings on frost bitten hills to capture a time lapse sunrise was rewarded as you can see in his opening sequence. Filming and seeing otters in the wild was a highlight for Adam.

You can read more about Adam’s stay with us here

In Adam’s words…

“I joined the course hoping to improve my filmmaking skills and confidence along with a chance to get close to some of Scotland’s unique wildlife and I was not disappointed. S-J and Andrew provided all the experience and resources I needed to help me get to the next level as a filmmaker and their knowledge of Mull helped me capture some of the best footage I have ever shot. I left the island exhausted but delighted with what I had managed to achieve in just a few days. I am incredibly proud of my finished film and I couldn’t recommend the course highly enough to both aspiring filmmakers and lovers of nature.”