An episode of Green World TV’s Animal Watch I had a pleasure to edit in which Anneka flies to one of the Caribbean’s most beautiful group of islands called Turks and Caicos to meet the adorable and needy strays of the island and the rescue Potcake Place working hard to encourage tourists to walk and take out the puppies in the hope that they will all find forever homes.
Video from the Lady Sings Christmas Special live gig last December with phenomenal guests hosted by fabulous Lady Nade at Bristol’s Kingsdown Wine Vaults.
I had an incredible pleasure to edit this heartwarming episode of Animal Watch in which Anneka has a chance to get up close with one of the world’s rarest and most docile sea mammals, The Manatee, otherwise known as the Sea Cow in The Crystal River in Florida. Watch to find out how wonderful and gentle those creatures are.
During a visit at Wolf Watch UK with Anneka Svenska to record WWUK promo a year ago, we have also shot an episode of Animal Watch on Tilly the wolf cub and newcomer to the sanctuary. Watch how Tilly gets introduced to her new friend Callow.
New episode of Animal Watch I have edited for the Green World TV in which Anneka Svenska goes to the Florida Keys to feed one of the largest predatory fish. Tarpons there are known to take food from tourists, but can she get one of them to engulf her hand, like tradition requires and get a bloody war wound in the process – Watch and Find out!….
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Episode of Animal Watch I have edited for the Green World TV in which Anneka travels to Florida to dive down into the American Alligator’s domain and get up super close with the USA’s most dangerous non venomous animal alongside National Geographic’s Gator Boy Chris Gillette. Will she survive? Watch and find out…..
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I am very chuffed I can share my new showreel summing up four most important projects I have been involved over the past year: Forest, Not a Tall Tale, Subverted and Animal Watch. I am excited for what the 2019 will bring!
Now that I have finished shooting everything I need for my new upcoming documentary Not a Tall Tale, which I have started a few months ago during my internship with Africa Media, I am reminiscing other wildlife videos I have done whilst travelling across South Africa, like this little gem from Birds of Eden in Plettenberg Bay. Take a look at what a sunny afternoon looks like for gorgeous Scarlet Ibises.