To watch our films go to Sea Change Wester Ross Channel on vimeo:
Sea Change Wester Ross Channel on Vimeo Or see individual films below. Many of these were made from the footage we captured in our surveys. However some of these films were not made by Sea Change volunteers. For example ‘The Bountiful Sea, The Story of Wester Ross Marine Protected Area was a film made for and by The National Trust for Scotland to share the story of the Marine Protected Area with the community so as the filmmaker is a member of Sea Change we share it here for people’s interest from the National Trust.
To follow our Open Explorer survey expedition on National Geographic go to this link and follow it to keep in touch us http://Discovery Wester Ross – Open Explorer
The Next THREE films were made to celebrate the first birthday of the Marine Protected Area from a survey in August 2016. This was our first proper week long survey working with Ali Hughson (a scallop diver, Keltic Seafare, now chairman of the Scottish Creel Fishermen’s Federation and Andy Jackson of SubSea.TV. The footage from this survey also went towards SNH ‘s science report on the MPA. You can read this here :Nature Scot (SNH’s) publication of our 2016 survey – Sea Change Wester Ross http://seachangewesterross.co.uk/snhs-publication-2016-survey/
Happy Birthday Films celebrating the MPA’s first birthday
More Stories of the Sea.. Some made from our surveys too:
A Film about our June 2018 survey
Another film made from the same 2018 Survey focused on telling the story of Horse Island and the maerl we filmed there – as a way to protest about the potential fish farm proposed there.
The films below were not made by Sea Change or for Sea Change but they are of interest to people in wester ross and perhaps beyond:
This was a letter by Ali Hughson, Chairman of the Scottish Creel Fishermen’s Federation to those in power at the time of the debate over MPAs.
Sea Change and our survey partners are deeply sorry for the tragic loss of our friend Andy Jackson who helped make all of these films possible. This is our tribute to him.