Here’s a bit about us (although you can read more on the tabs above).
Derek is a writer and editor – he does words. Being a woman, Sarah can multi-task, so she writes, edits and takes photos (and she restores some too).
In essence, we tell stories about heritage. What is heritage? We’re thinking about wildlife, the countryside and all the wonderful history that goes with it. Stories of our natural and historical heritage can be told powerfully in words and pictures (although these piglets spoke for themselves – pigs have real character).
People often assume that if it’s ‘science’ or ‘history’ it must be boring.
It’s not – even complex and apparently ‘dull’ tales can be made vivid and exciting with the right words. But they may need life breathed into them, and a touch of magic dust.
“Wow! Laughter. Smile. Cool! Really??” Thoughtful silence…
We have long experience of interpreting our heritage, and persuading people to take it to their hearts.
We love it when people’s jaws drop, their eyes pop wide, they start to laugh, or their faces are filled with startled amazement – even delight, if we’re really lucky. Can it really be so fascinating, so much fun? Oh yes – it can. It really can.
We are members of the Association of
Sarah is a Licentiate Member of the Royal Photographic Society.
Derek is a member of the Society of Authors, and a member of the steering group of New Networks for Nature, a broad alliance of creators whose work draws strongly on the natural environment.