ABOUT IBEX

Geoff Gartside has been filming wildlife professionally for over 20 years, not only in the UK but also in locations such as Alaska  Belize  British Columbia  Eithiopia  Equador  India  United States  West Africa and many European countries

During this time he has filmed both entire programmes and sequences for several prestigious series including

BBC Bristol’s The Natural World, Wildlife on One and Living Dangerously
together with others for broadcasters such as BBC Wales and National Geographic.

IBEX FILMS was set up in 1999 and, working from our base in North Wales close to the breathtaking scenery of the Snowdonia National Park, we really do have the natural world on our doorstep.

 

For our natural history and environmental productions we have a great depth of knowledge and experience and this allows us to penetrate the hidden depths of "the natural world"....

...and now we are making some of our material available as Stock Footage through IbexStock  If you need that one extra shot to complete your project -give us a call - we may just have it.

Ibex Films Edit Suite
Repeat timelapse track set up
Geoff Gartside with camo camera
Filming in deep snow
Filming in lake
Using mini jib to film underwater

From our base in North Wales, IBEX FILMS produces natural history and environmental programming, high definition broadcast and high end corporate or audio/viual single and multi screen presentations.

We are also able to offer commercial drone services
through IBEX FILMS AERIAL
S

 

To find out more  CLICK HERE

David Attenborough Big Five

The Wildlife on One "Stoats in the Priory" not only won Geoff an award at the International Film Festival in Missoula,Montana but was also chosen by Sir David Attenborough as being one of his top five of all time in that long running series.  Here's what he had to say about it ....

"Simplicity was the watchword here:  A lovely, very beautiful film.

Deliberately shot to create an atmosphere where you would only see what you would see if a stoat came in your garden and you had a pair of binoculars.  No hidden cameras, no funny angles.  It created a picture of rural life that was most beguiling".

Close up of young Stoat
Stoat amongst rocks
Filming bees on thistles
Close up of Polecat
Motion tracking across stream