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As a Fine-Art student, and competitive swimmer, I'm passionate about expressing my appreciation of life in water. Although oils are my usual means of expression, I've recently admired the immersive effects of animated art, enjoying the captivating medium of film.

Serenity in Motion

Still image from video

About Ginnie Springs

Ginnie Springs Outdoors LLC has been in operation since 1976. It is a beautiful, natural spring, located in Florida, known for its crystal-clear water, picturesque surroundings, and conservation efforts. The springs are a haven for wildlife, with species of fish, turtles and even manatees making an occasional appearance. The park is committed to preserving the habitat and ensuring visitors can enjoy the beauty submerged beneath the surface.

Through the lens of videography, I aim to capture the essence of being in nature. By sharing these experiences, I hope to evoke a sense of connection and inspire viewers to seek their own moments of awe and serenity. I also believe that it is essential for us to recognise our place within the natural world and cultivate a harmonious relationship with it, allowing the co-existence of wildlife and humans.

Stills from video

Jacksonville Beach

The beach offers a dynamic and ever-changing landscape that can evoke a sense of tranquillity and awe. The power of waves crashing on the shore focuses on the interplay of light and shadows, representing a sense of freedom, and connection with nature.

The outcome

The process


I aim to create a captivating and immersive experience that invites viewers into a world of tranquillity and introspection. The sound of waves crashing on the shore, accompanied by mesmerising clips of rippling water will enhance the viewers sensory experience, transporting them to a different realm. This space allows for the art and the viewers to become one.

Short (lower quality) clip from hours of footage.

If children don’t grow up, knowing about nature and appreciating it, they will not understand it. And if they don’t understand it, they won’t protect it. And if they don’t protect it, who will?

David Attenborough