"Steve Hills of Wildside is quite simply the best person to work with on the technical side that I have ever known during my career in the business going back to joining the BBC in 1979"
Peter Walton, MD EFS Television Production Ltd
WHO WE ARE
Wildside UK Productions directors have worked at a senior level across national television, radio, newspapers and social media. Our job takes us from the South Atlantic to the Albert Hall and our work appears everywhere from BBC’s Countryfile to big screens within visitor centres at nature reserves around the world.
Wildside is based in a 17th Century stone barn at Wadenhoe in east Northamptonshire. It houses our production base, edit suites and has ensuite accommodation for clients who’d like to combine work with a stay in some of the loveliest countryside in the United Kingdom.
WILDSIDE PRODUCTIONS - a video production company specialising in conservation, science and educational filming.
- Winner of the UK Broadcast TV Travel Programme of the Year
Winner Canada Challenge Award
- Best UK Travel Story of the Year
New Media Science Programme of the Year (European Science Television and New Media Awards)
TECHNICAL DIRECTOR STEVE HILLS
WHO IS HE?
Owner and technical boss Steve Hills started out as one of the original staff members on Channel 4. He was vision supervisor for two of the stadiums at the FIFA World Cup in Japan and and has filmed 64 documentaries, a comedy series as well as a number of key advocacy films in just the last five years. In Spring 2016, Steve also shot and directed a short film with Oscar winner Mark Rylance and Sir Derek Jacobi. As well as being an award-winning cameraman, Steve and his tech team film and stream live events and design and build professional television studios.
WHO IS SHE?
Editorial director Gill Williams has worked across 65 countries, writing and producing mainstream radio and television shows, documentaries and wildlife films. She has launched and edited several successful national magazines and worked as a senior journalist for a number of national newspapers. A lifelong campaigner for sustainable tourism and conservation, Gill was travel editor of the Sunday Mirror, had her own BBC radio show and is the author of 100 Alien Invaders, pop science’s answer to Horrible Histories.
EDITORIAL DIRECTOR GILL WILLIAMS
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