Short conservation films done in collaboration with the wildlife TV presenter
Anneka Svenska and Green World TV.
TARPON – BITTEN BY A GIANT FISH
Anneka goes to The Florida Keys to feed one of the largest predatory fish. This fish, known for its voracious appetite is known to take food from tourists. Can Anneka get it to engulf her hand, like tradition requires – Watch and Find out!….
SWIMMING WITH ALLIGATORS
Anneka dives down into the American Alligator’s domain and gets 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…..
UP CLOSE WITH A CHEETAH
Anneka meets Willow, a rescued Cheetah at The Big Cat Sanctuary in Kent and discusses leopard conservation in the wilds of Africa with Giles Clark, big cat expert.
Episode of Animal Watch series in which Anneka meets baby wolf Tilly as she is introduced to older wolf Callow in an attempt to get them to live together.
THE SIBERIAN HUSKY DOG
Episode of the Youtube series Animal Watch discussing characteristics of the Husky breed and featuring Anneka on the rig racing the dogs. Filmed at Eagle Heights in Kent with a pack of rescued huskies.
CZECHOSLOVAKIAN WOLFDOG – THE ULTIMATE GUIDE
Are Czechoslovakian wolfdogs dangerous? How do you feed one? How do you walk one? Do they make good guard dogs? Anneka explains everything about caring for one of these incredible dogs in this 20 minute guide.
DOGA – YOGA WITH DOGS
Watch how Anneka has a go at yoga with her rescue dog and her wolfdog tutored by Mahny Djahanguiri, the pioneer of Doga in England.
MAYHEW’S TINSEL & TAILS CHRISTMAS SPECIAL
Short reportage from Animal Watch series done in collaboration with Ellen Cobb for the presenter Anneka Svenska and Green World TV. Adopt, don’t shop.
WALKING WITH RESCUED WOLFDOGS – Wolfdog Rescue UK
Short film I have shot and edited for Anneka Svenska and her YouTube channel GreenWorldTV, portraying an annual rescued wolfdog charity beach walk with Wolfdog Rescue UK in Croyde Point, Devon.