"A beautiful tale of the courage needed on the journey towards self confidence, pride in one's uniqueness, and self worth" - Jeremy Irons
"Fabulous, love it...you’ve managed to create a story and a visual feast it’s been really well put together" - Chilterns Conservation Board
"Absolutely blew me away, engaging and professionally done" - Matt Reid, Chairman of Watlington Parish Council
"Wow, that is amazing" - Tutu Delicious
"I'm so so so happy with it - what a BRILLIANT job - the texture, the shots, everything is so great. Thank you so much for your hard work" - Ill Considered
“A great film, beautifully highlighting your vison and is extremely inspiring” – Harborough Woodland Project
"Sharing Pigments is a beautifully shot film which is also informative. Jules talks animatedly about the potential to make our own pigments, and from these, inks, from a whole array of natural materials such as leaves. The viewer gets a snapshot of the process, whilst also hearing from the artist about how she conceived - and implemented - the idea to gather material from all over Oxfordshire. It's fantastic and very professionally made!" - CAG Oxfordshire
Some recent projects:
The Chalgrove Brook Award winning film about a chalk stream, a rare and ecologically important habitat which is under threat, and the communities alongside it that are working to protect and restore it.
No Fear A short film inspired by film noir and gothic horror
The Little Girl With No Voice A short film created in collaboration with artist and writer Frances Ackland-Snow and starring Jeremy Irons
The Hedgerow Project A short documentary about how hedgerows can help sequester carbon and protect biodiversity, featuring the pioneering Watlington Hedgerow Project
Sharing Pigments Created to accompany an artwork by Jules Bishop, the film was shown at the Old Fire Station gallery in Oxford and on a subsequent touring art exhibition.
Sounds of the Studio A contemplative short exploring the artistic process
Otmoor Starling murmation at Otmoor nature reserve, presented by Gordon Hurst for Watlington Environment Group