Our animals are well habituated to film and photography equipment, as well as unusual sights and sounds. They are also handleable. This means they can be booked for a variety of photography, art and film work. For example, as models for photo shoots, subjects for photographing, drawing or painting and they can even star on TV with the guidance of our experienced handlers. Please phone or email us to discuss what you have in mind.
As well as countless photo shoots our rabbits and hamster appeared in Midsomer Murders episode 'Red in Tooth and Claw' in February 2017!
Coming soon- Film workshops for children and young people with 'Creative Film Workshops' and our Animal Ambassadors.
We work very closely with Peter Smart of Going Digital South Midlands who provides relaxed photography tuition. We have teamed up with Going Digital to provide close up & macro animal photogrpahy workshops. These involve unique, close up opportunities to photograph some of our smaller, more intricate animals and are currently held at Steppingley Pavilion and Clophill Eco Lodges. Our macro workshops have a maximum of just 6 people, giving you plenty of photo opportunities.
These are small group workshops, although please get in touch with Going Digital if you would like to add our animals to a one to one session and have them all to yourself!
2017 Workshop dates-
Saturday 30th September - Close up & Macro photography
Clophill Eco Lodges, Bedfordshire. Lunch included. £125
More dates to be announced!
To book your place, check dates and availability, or to find out more-
please click here. Pre-booking is essential and spaces fill up fast!
We are very saddened to announce that Kaya and Aiyana, the Anglian Wolf Societies two, stunning wolves both sadly passed away from unrelated illnesses at the end of 2016. There will not be any wolf and small animal photography workshops in 2017. Our thoughts are with the AWS team at this difficult time.
Tel: 07718 923708
To transform the way children and adults alike see the natural world through 'edutainment'. We aim to provide fun, engaging, informative interaction with animals that will inspire our audiences interests and passions for wildlife.
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