Laura Turner is a camera operator, editor and filmmaker with a passion for wildlife.
As the owner of Ant Farm Films, she can produce your promotional, charity or event video, and whether you need one crew member to see your project from start to finish, or a larger crew for a full shoot, we have the contacts, equipment and expertise to help.
We love making films and documentaries that make a difference to wildlife, people or the world in some way, so if you would like to discuss a video to promote your latest project, please get in touch!
Laura Turner is a creative camera operator and Final Cut Pro certified editor with a passion for the natural world. She has worked on conservation documentaries in Australia, edited big cat safaris in Kenya, worked on a wildlife film in Scotland, and filmed tigers in India. She was also the in-house editor for CTV Perth, Australia, where a documentary she edited won a WA Screen Award. More recently, Laura founded the Wildlife Garden Project, which aims to inspire people to make their gardens more wildlife friendly. With the help of a team of eager volunteers, Laura regularly produces wildlife gardening tutorial videos for the website and is also currently shooting a wildlife gardening film. She is happy shooting footage in a variety of environments, and has filmed whilst dangling on the end of a rope during an abseil, up trees, and in the middle of a flowing waterfall in the depths of a Derbyshire cave!
Laura is also a Wildeye Tutor.