Who Makes High Water Films?

Producer Andy Clark

High Water Films are independently produced by Ecologist and Filmmaker Andy Clark. None are commissioned or bought by any other individuals or organisations, thereby allowing Andy to retain his independent and impartial status as a producer.

Some are produced as collaborations with other organisations, which are mutual agreements welcomed by Andy as these provide the opportunity to expand the knowledge base presented within the Library – but whenever this is done it is explicitly stated.

The views and opinions expressed in the High Water Film Library are those of the individuals and, unless explicitly stated otherwise, do not represent those of any other organisations.

When finding individuals to feature in the High Water Film Library, Andy strives to find diverse contributors who have lived and or worked with flooding to a substantial degree with important insights to share, and are thereby invaluable by their own merit.

(See also: Why are High Water Films just ‘advice’?

Some Examples of Contributors:

Find these stories and more in the High Water Film Library.

Mike Potter, of Pickering Civic Society

Mike Potter, a Pickering resident and member of the local civic society, has been an active member of his community and the Pickering ‘Slowing The Flow’ scheme.

Chris Uttley, Rural SuDS Officer, Stroud

Chris Uttley is the Rural Sustainable Drainage Project Officer for Stroud District Council, and offers a deeply personal approach to his role and one-of-a-kind experience.

Dongria Kond, Treesponsibility Yorkshire

Dongria Kond, resident of the Calder Valley in Yorkshire and member of Treesponsibility, has long been an active advocate of sustainability and proud member of her community.

Chris Spray Scottish Government SEPA

Professor Chris Spray has lead an impactful career advising the Scottish Government on a variety of environmental issues, and now helps to bridge the divide between government and community in his role with the Tweed Forum.

Paul Wilson, Game Keeper

Paul Wilson holds the sometimes-controvertial role of head game keeper on an active grouse moor. His contribution as a part of his community is one of respect and insight.