We teamed up with a charity who help people be inspired by the natural world for a case study video filmed at one of their most scenic locations.
Field Studies Council (FSC) is an environmental education charity, committed to providing enjoyable opportunities for people of all ages and abilities to discover, explore, and understand the environment.
One location FSC use is Dale Fort, situated on the picturesque Pembrokeshire coast in the south-west of Wales.
Built in 1856 in an attempt to deter the forces of Napoleon III from invading, Dale Fort is now a stunning place to study environmental subjects such as geography and geology, and is seen as a perfect location for a field trip.
FSC approached us regarding the creation of a case study video which would highlight one such field trip – a week-long visit from second year Geology students at Plymouth University.
For this project, our brief was to spend a number of days filming and interviewing the students taking part in the field trip, before returning back to our base to shape our filming into a case study video promoting the charity.
We believe that our video – which you can see above – did just that, whilst also highlighting the fantastic facilities FSC have put in place at the site as well as the glorious nature of the location.
For more information on FSC, and their Dale Fort site, visit http://www.field-studies-council.org/centres/dalefort.aspx