The Wild in Me series of films celebrates wildness and the relationships between people and wild places. In the first film, poet Helen Mort finds inspiration for a new poem The Wild in Me among the striking scenery of Quinag in Assynt, and at Sandwood Bay, one of the UK’s most awe-inspiring beaches. In the second film in the series, renowned climber, photographer and mountain guide Dave 'Cubby' Cuthbertson explores Steall Gorge and the slopes of Ben Nevis as he reflects on a life shaped by the mountains.
The John Muir Trust owns and cares for some of the finest wild places in the UK,...more
There is a reason the Mountain Equipment name has been synonymous with cutting edge alpinism for the last six decades, and it’s that no compromise, real-deal commitment to quality that we wanted to capture in our most recent collaboration with them for their 2018/19 winter campaign. With Ben Nevis coated in verglas we needed to match the attitude of Mountain Equipment athlete Nick Bullock and raise our game to tackle all Scotland’s highest mountain could throw at us - a fitting tribute to one of the world’s most authentic adventure brands.
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Some times you just know….
When we first met Einar Torfi Finnsson and Leifur Örn Svavarsson, cousins and founders of Icelandic Mountain Guides, the genuine passion they had for the natural world of their native Iceland shone out of everything they said and did. We knew immediately that working with them would be a unique and creatively rewarding journey. ...more
The Ordnance Survey is Britain's Mapping agency and as such is one of the great institutions of British life – established by William Roy in 1791, the first map took 3 years to create and cost 3 times the average weekly wage. Over two centuries later the OS still publishes millions of paper maps but also is a leader in digital data working on commercial and government projects from driverless cars to developing future 5G networks.