Creative agency, 18 Feet & Rising, worked with celebrated punk poet John Cooper Clarke to create an ode to the nation’s coasts. The spot showcases some of the 742 miles of beautiful coastline cared for by the National Trust,
and invites members of the public to help finish the poem with their own contributions.
Shaper James Otter making a beautiful hollow wooden surfboard from a fallen cupressus macrocarpa tree from the Trelissick garden in Cornwall owned by the National trust.
This amazing board with its remarkable grain is now sliding across waves under the feet of some of the National Trust's surf ambassadors.
Produced by Romain Juchereau
Byron Bay Surf Festival, Byron Surf Shorts Film Comp, Surf Culture Now, Presented by GoPro www.byronbaysurffestival.com/surfshortsfilmcomp
Liz Murphy directs a fun campaign for the National Trust.
The delightful film sees a bunch of very bored-looking children stuck indoors with very little to do. Then, in a blink of an eye, we're thrown outside with the kids into the joy of the great outdoors and all manner of encounters at National Trust locations.
The film is the centrepiece of the National Trust's '50 Things To Do Before You're 11¾' initiative to get children back-in touch with nature - in every sense - from holding creepy-crawlies and rock-pooling in the hunt for crabs, to the simple joys of rolling down big hills and sitting out under the stars for a spot of stargazing. All lovely clean, wholesome stuff.
The young director follows up her critically-acclaimed childhood bereavement charity spot with a film that evokes strong childhood memories of days gone by.
See more of Liz's work here: http://www.niceshirtfilms.com/director/liz-murphy
And there's always more fun at the blog: http://niceshirtfilms.blogspot.com
New Beach Slackline Park on Knoll beach, Studland, Dorset in the UK.
Provided by the National Trust with the guidance of Maverick Slacklines.
This brief was for the D&AD New Blood 2014 Awards.
The National Trust wants to reintroduce itself as the powerful connector between people and places. With a social trend developing where we spend less time outdoors and more time indoors, we are becoming disconnected from nature and places outside our immediate surroundings. National Trust want to be the driving force behind rebuilding this connection, but this needs to be done in a way that speaks to a modern audience.
My idea was to take the viewer on a journey. Out of the office and their normal life and into beautiful landscapes, which seem out of this world. To explain that there is so much around them, which they only have to glance past their nose to see. To make nature look so incredible, that they have to go and see it for themselves.
The National Trust, Europe's largest conservation charity, looks after many beautiful landscapes in Britain.
As part of my occasional series on what makes people passionate about spending time in the outdoors (http://www.alastairhumphreys.com/people-spending-night-outdoors/), I visited the team at North Devon National Trust.
The National Trust are keen for people to come and see the landscape and wildlife they care for yourself, maybe walk from bothy to bothy, stay in their occasional pop-up campsites, or book a bunkhouse for a weekend with friends.
You can also volunteer – join a working holiday or one of the regular volunteering groups. And, of course, you can always become a member of the National Trust: membership goes towards looking after the special places like this.
You can follow the team's work on social media as well: @NorthDevonNT
As part of its ongoing and successful social economic development programme, Unleashed + Volcano conceptualised a TV commercial for its pro bono client, the National Children and Violence Trust (NCVT). The commercial was produced to coincide with the national 16 Days of Activism for No Violence against Women and Children which commences on 25 November.
A recently completed animation that brings a 200 year old engraving to life. The scene depicts "The Battle of Quebec" on The Plains of Abraham, between the French and British armies in 1759.
The animation was created in Cinema 4D, and composited in Motion.
If you had a dollar bill, where would you put it? In your shoes or under a mattress? Bad move. You should put it in the bank, and First National Bank and Trust thinks it should be theirs. I created these two animated spots to help them state their case in a fun and playfully informative way. One lives on the web, and the other lives in your TV (if your TV happens to live in the Southern Wisconsin / North Central Illinois area.)
Client: First National Bank and Trust
Producer: Riann Wiggins
Creative Director: Chris Gliebe
Design: R. Kyle Shoup
2D/3D Animation: R. Kyle Shoup
Created for Lightborne
The band visit Upton House and Gardens to capture performances for their forthcoming album 'Staycations' due for release in June 2012 in partnership with the National Trust.
Follow the album's progress at facebook.com/kotkidwa
Film by Geoffrey Taylor: vimeo.com/geoffwideeyed
Head off on a timelapse journey through the wild countryside and atmospheric castles looked after by the National Trust for Scotland.
To explore these places for yourself: http://www.nts.org.uk/Visits
For more video: http://www.nts.org.uk/Nature-Channel/
THE NATIONAL TRUST
'Rites of Passage' is a film made to inspire and entice new families to experience The National Trust.
The film invites the audience to go outdoors and experience nature. This is their rite of passage! We followed four real families on four different adventures exploring the incredible green spaces at The National Trust properties in the North West of England.
We employed a home-movie style, ranging from a smart phone to a hand-held camera. Aesthetically this creates a warm, welcoming and modern experience of the National Trust.