‘1080’ trailer now on YouTube!
A small documentary team that consists of two student film makers from Otago University:
Pete Holmes: Mature student, making a significant career change after working mainly in the computing/finance business for the last 15 years. A Love of Wildlife encouraged working as a part time volunteer at Auckland zoo for 16 months and working on conservation projects on 2 Raleigh International expedition to Zimbabwe and China.
Steve Ting: 24 years old, originally from Hamilton and now living in Dunedin. An avid scientist with an an honors degree in Ecology and Marine Biology and schooled in photography by some of New Zealand’s most talented fine art photographers, Steve now lives a life of a science communicator in waiting.
Both are enrolled on the Film making stream of the Masters in Science Communication, and have already worked with clients on a couple of short films as part of the course.
They have just fnished working on their Masters thesis project – A documentary called ‘1080’ which focuses on the use of 1080 poison in New Zealand. DVD version is now available. Click on the link at the top of the page to order.
Pete and Steve can be contacted via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org