Artists of Our Natural World

Directed and Produced by Katharine Round | Cinematography by Tom Goudsmit Fred Burns


Dan Harvey and Heather Ackroyd create a photographic photosynthesis work in response to the planned exploratory oil drilling on Leith Hill, Surrey. By manipulating the natural processes that fuel life itself, these British artists blur the line between science, nature and art, all while drawing attention to climate change. The episode drew over 130k viewers. 

Part of Artists of Our Natural World, Produced for CNN's Great Big Story

 
 
 
 

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