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Hogmanay Stornoway Harbour

Short | 2m 38s | 2023

It is the first day of the new year 2023, and winter has arrived in the Outer Hebrides.


Normally we enjoy mild winters being surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean.


But this year, there is a cold snap, and on the day of making the photos and video, there was also no wind which is exceptional.




First short video 

of the new year.


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Duntaha Mòr

Docustory | 1m 21s | 2022

Duntaha Mòr, Gravir, Pairc South Lochs. 

This is a clip which will feature in the 'Rathad' docustory film currently in production. 

Recently, I visited one of the main contributors to the docustory telling the story about the locals being happy with the new road, "Rathad Ur" to Calbost, replacing the old path. 




Scheduled to feature in 'Rathad'


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Anne Etta, teacher and crofter

Docustory | 2m 54s | 2022

Anne Etta is one of the nine women featuring in the "Women of Pairc" collaborative exhibition of portraits and video conversations at Ravenspoint Centre Pairc, Isle of Lewis, on the 18th, 19th and 21st of August 2022.


This video was taken as part of the research for this project. It shows Anne Etta, school teacher and crofter, shearing the sheep. Family and friends come together to help as they have always done for generations.


The introduction of electric sheep shears has made the process more efficient.


However, Anne Etta shows how traditional skills still make quick work shearing a sheep. "That is a wrap, well for the sheep it is!!" she says with a big smile.


Anne Etta 

Featured at the

'Women of Pairc'




Eilean Chaluim Chille:
A centre of early Christianity.

Documentary | 6m 13s | 2022

A short film about the story of Eilean Chaluim Chille, the Isle of St. Columba, in Loch Erisort.


St. Columba, was born in Ireland in 521 AD and died in Iona in 597. Much of his life was devoted to evangelising what is now Scotland. It is thought that the influence of his the Celtic Church may have spread to Lewis before 800AD.


I wish to thank Donnie Morrison, chairman Comunn Eachdraidh na Pàirc, Pairc Historical Society for telling the story that inspired me to produce this film. Also, I wish to thank John Randall, vice-chair for his help with the captions telling the story.


John Randall

Pairc Historical Society




Ness, the most north-westerly community in Europe.

Drone B-roll | 1m 05s | 2021

The footage shows the Butt of Lewis lighthouse, Eoropie village, Eoropie beach, Port of Ness, and the small island of Dùn Èistean, the Lewis Morrisons' ancestral home of the Clan Morrison.


Ness Community, Isle of Lewis, Scotland

Drone B-roll




Loch Faoghail an Tuim

Drone | 1m 27s | 2021

Loch Faoghail an Tuim in the foreground, on the Grimersta Estate with this idyllic island and house.

Isle of Lewis, Outer Hebrides, Scotland.


Loch Faoghail an Tuim

Drone B-roll



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Women of Pairc - Promo

Trailer | 1m 8s | 2023

Women of Pairc


Presented by David Simpson and Jan Schouten.


A collaborative exhibition of portraits and video conversations Ravenspoint Centre, Pairc, Isle of Lewis 18th, 19th and 20th August 2022


Fàilte! Welcome! This work is a collaboration by several creative people living and working in Pairc. It features portraits of some of the women who live, work and contribute to this community. They are represented in a variety of creative and artistic media, including paintings, drawings, and mixed materials, along with specifically produced videos and composed music.


Anne, Anne Etta, Bronwyn, Christina, Doro, Karis, Loku, Michelle, Fiona.


'Women of Pairc'



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