Travel and Tourism

Including Valletta, the Grand Harbour, Blue Grotto, Blue Lagoon, Mdina plus all three Islands.
A round trip on the Lakeside & Haverthwaite preserved railway.
Orford Ness Video Production
'Brought to Life' - Orford Ness Atomic Weapons Research Establishment, Suffolk, England
Dorset Travel Video
Swanage Railway, the island of Portland, Kimmeridge, Corfe Village and Castle, Lulworth Cove, Durdle Dor and Old Harry Rocks.


Travel Videos, Tourism and Tourist Attractions
Tourist attractions, whether in the UK or worldwide, rely on publicity to attract new visitors. Although a leaflet and photographs can give an indication of what’s available, moving images bring everything to life. Travel videos can also influence a choice of holiday destination but there’s never a hotel, restaurant, shopping complex, public house or gift shop that can’t benefit from a video drawing attention to the surroundings.

Malta and Gozo Travel Video
This travel video was shot whilst on a two week holiday travelling across the islands. It continues to attract around 1000 views on YouTube each week and has received numerous comments.

“I really like your work and presentation of this video.  It’s amazing and makes me proud of my islands 🙂 Good day and well done for your work”       YouTube Comment

“Excellent video Dave! Prosit tassew (as we say in Maltese-Well done) Your video is not just full beautiful shots but you have also captured the character of these islands. Thanks a million for taking the trouble and for sharing!”       YouTube Comment

Orford Ness Photography Trip
Filmed on a photographic trip, the tourist attraction video was well received by the group of photographers who, like myself,  were challenged by overcast skies and static subjects.

“”Wow Dave this video is incredibly dramatic and artistic “       Annabella Dean, the Photography Challenge

“I thought it was great. The way you put it together with the  music and the dark edges really emphasised the spooky desolation of the place.
I thought the countdown to the explosion was a brilliant touch which lifted the whole thing.    
Jenny C. Photographer on the trip.”