1. Four Seconds to Midnight: If the estimated 4.5 billion years our planet has been in existence is equated to 24 hours, modern humans have been around for about 4 seconds. This film poses questions about our relationship with our home, and journeys from aerial terrains (shot from a gyro-stabilised rig on a helicopter) over Iceland to intimate macro worlds in southern England.
2. Wide-eyed: An observation on the different qualities and forms of light. And the wide-eyed qualities of childhood. Shot in northern Scotland and southern England.
3. Return: Shot in the Arctic Circle in northern Norway and in the UK, Return explores impermanence and transformation.