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Creating Woodland Stories for Woodland Trust Scotland
Working with seven voluntary interns new to the skills required, we have created three beautiful new soundslides for Woodland Trust Scotland, covering themes ranging from a lost Carnegie cabin in the woods at Ledmore and Migdale to woodland worship during the Disruption and the impact of the Canadian Forestry Corps during WWII.
Creating Scotland's Stories for the National Trust for Scotland
Scotland's Stories is a new approach to telling the story of people and place which we originally developed for the National Trust for Scotland. We combine high-quality images with crisp, professional audio to create a soundslide, a short but powerful form of online interpretation. We created 25 of these for NTS.
Our team on this kind of project work comprises expert photographer Mike Bolam, BBC audio editor/producer Anne Marie Goldie, with Verity Walker directing.
If you run an historic or natural site, a business (like a hotel or visitor attraction) which has its own sense of place, or you are simply an individual with a good story you want to tell to the world, talk to us! This technique is especially cost-effective when compared to film, and we can create something which has a very high impact in a very short time.
Use our contact us page to get in touch today.