Abbie is a 20-year-old semi-professional filmmaker, presenter, and adventurer specialising in promotional shorts and wildlife conservation and expedition-style films. In late 2012 she established the production company Song Thrush Productions and currently produces every aspect of her work, from research, script writing, filming, presenting and editing.
Her work has since gained national and international recognition and she has produced films around the world for companies and events of all shapes and sizes, from the United Nations and Jurassic Coast UNESCO team, to town councils and educational charities. Her work has been screened at major events such as the Paris Climate Meetings in 2015 (COP21) and Jurassic Coast seminars.
Abbie is an enthusiastic long-distance backpacker, traditional archer, trail runner, climber, dog-lover and more. She is a trained mountain leader, qualified PADI Open Water Diver and fitness instructor, and experienced bushcraft instructor.
Through every aspect of her work, be it film, radio, photography or public speaking, she aims to encourage her audience to ‘Spend More Time In The WILD’, passionately communicating environmental messages and the importance of spending time in nature for physical and emotional wellbeing.