What We Do
Our passion is creating high quality video content about the outdoors. We specialise in creating branded content for the travel & tourism, adventure and nature markets, plus natural history documentaries of our own and for commission.
Outfitted with broadcast and cinema quality camera equipment plus professional post production facilities, we can see any project through from concept to completion. With our ever-growing selection of specialist equipment, we also supply low-light, infrared and thermal imaging cameras plus macro lenses to other productions.
Fact Or Fiction?
In addition to creating content in-house, we provide our cinematography services to other productions. We shoot factual content for natural history, adventure and scientific documentary programming, plus narrative fiction such as features, TV drama and commercials.
We are available for wet or dry hire (with or without camera equipment) and are proficient with the latest broadcast and cinema technologies from Arri, RED, Sony and Canon.
"Here at Wild Films we're passionate about the world we live in. By collaborating with brands and businesses who share our own ethos of protecting and promoting the natural world, we believe we can engage with the audience and help them discover the wonders of our planet.
We're not tree-huggers, but being outdoors is great, isn't it?!"
Where Are We?
Our head office is in Cheshire, UK. From here, we're ideally located to serve clients all over the North West, including Manchester, Yorkshire, Derbyshire, Merseyside and Lancashire.
Additionally, we have bases in Bristol and in the Highlands of Scotland for work further afield and around the country, plus for international projects, we are accustomed to organising visas, carnets and any vaccinations necessary.
Wherever your business is and anywhere your project takes you, we're happy to be there with you.
Head of Production
Leanne Gater is an award winning wildlife photographer and filmmaker whose work has been exhibited all over the world including Times Square, New York and the Louvre, Paris.
After several years of experience as a professional commercial and events photographer, she now specialises in wildlife and nature documentaries. This is with the aim of raising awareness of both the issues many animals face plus introducing audiences to some of the wonderful wildlife our planet is home to.
Alex Stone is an award winning cinematographer with an allure for the outdoors. He is credited with the cinematography on a growing number of features, shorts, commercials and other fiction, and has worked on films of all budgets, from zero budget, indie shorts to multi-million pound features.
His background as a landscape photographer means when not working on a film set, Alex can be found climbing the nearest mountain or living out of a backpack in the middle of nowhere. Whilst he loves shooting any kind of project, if it involves filming in the great outdoors, assume he's already lacing up his boots!