Posts Tagged ‘Stephen Moss’

Luke Saddler

External Staff Member, MSc Biological Photography and Imaging

Luke has been working with the course for the last two academic years were he has been teaching filmmaking and film editing to the MSc and undergraduate students . Luke has a full knowledge of Final cut express, Studio 2, Adobe Premier Pro, he has worked with both tape editing and tapeless editing. Luke has recently moved his filming techniques over to HDSLR filmmaking using a EOS Canon 7D.

Below is a list of Luke’s current films and projects

http://vimeo.com/18794042     Caledonia – Beauty+Power

http://vimeo.com/17444841      Late Autumn

http://vimeo.com/8034274       ‘Orkneyjar – The Seal Islands’

http://vimeo.com/7940758       ‘Cloning’

Luke has also just finished working on a major project with the School of Archeology at the University of Nottingham called Archaeological Fish Resource Project. This project involved photographing a major collection of fish bones, Luke has to be one of UK leading identification experts in fish bones.

Luke is currently working on projects in Cardigan Bay, Newquay, Wales

Have look at the latest clip from this project

http://vimeo.com/23235958       Dingy Sailing with Dolphins

Luke will be returning to the University of Nottingham in October, to help run the video module

He will be working along side the following external staff who will make the video module

Roger Knott-Fayle

Gavin Thurston

Stephen Moss

Dr Rob Lambert

There will also be two more current TV filmmakers making appearances with in this module, Luke will be running the whole show.

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Stephen Moss BBC Natural History Bristol

Stephen Moss is a television producer, writer and broadcaster, British wildlife is were his heart is . Stephen Moss has worked at the BBC for thirty years, he is based with the natural history unit in Bristol, earlier this week he came to the University of Nottingham  were he gave a talk to the biology undergraduates and the MSc Biological Photography and Imaging students in the School of Biology, the MSc students had a extra hour were the talk was more based around their interest in filming/stills and media. Stephen is especially keen on birds. His work at the BBC Natural History Unit in Bristol, has involved him in many successful series, including Birding with Bill Oddie, Big Cat Diary, The Nature of Britain, Springwatch and Birds Britannia. He also writes a monthly column on birdwatching for the Guardian, and regularly contributes to magazines and radio programmes.

His visit to The School of Biology at The University of Nottingham was a great success and the students gained a vast amount from talks, which were full of lots of useful information. We are homing that Stephen will return in the autumn semester to talk to the new intake.

This is some of Stephen Moss work

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