Some footage from my expedition up Tryfan in North Wales, part of my forthcoming documentary Dear Albert.
Perhaps the most striking feature of my new Sony FS700 is it’s ability to shoot at high frame rates; up to 240 frames per second without loss of resolution.
My name is Nick Hamer, I’m an independent documentary filmmaker; director, cameraman and editor.
I established Intrepid in 2004 to produce high quality factual films for socially orientated organisations and broadcasters. I work with a superb team of creatives and technicians and have directed successful shoots in Africa, Asia and all over the UK. I work with charities, public sector organisations, broadcasters and companies to create inspiring programmes that encourage positive social change.
I’m available for hire throughout the UK and internationally and I’m very interested in collaborations and co-productions.
My intention is to use this space to make new connections and share my experiences and work. I’d love to hear from you, feel free to get in touch.
Road to Recovery
Client: Leicestershire and Rutland Probation Trust
Shooting format: Canon 5D mkII
This short film is screened twice a week in a drug and alcohol addiction treatment centre in Leicester. Its aim is to encourage people struggling with addiction; to give them hope and to present positive role models.