In celebration of nature – the heart beat that sustains our environment, this audio-visual adaptation reflects it’s amazing ability to regenerate, multiply and sustain biodiversity. Epping Forest is an over 3000 year old woodland with a thriving ecosystem that has adapted to changes in its inhabitants over time. Today, this fertile forest accommodates a range of wildlife such as deer, shrews, moles, worms, and all sorts of insects, whilst hosting remnants from ancient Celtic tribes.
Produced and directed by Martine Ingrid Stephen & Ellwood-Leo Spafford. Made for Earth Day, 22 April, 2020 Epping Forest, UK