I like to write nature inspired pieces about woodlands, or locations in the world I have visited. I also am documenting my van conversion. If you would like to talk about anything then please get in touch, I’d love to chat. Holly.
Here I test out the Robens Trace Hammock from the 2021 range, whilst at the Wilderness Gathering, a bushcraft festival in Wiltshire based at the Bush Farm Bison Centre! These products were gifted from Robens for me to test out in a variety of situations. To find out more about the featured items check outContinue reading “Robens Trace Hammock at the Wilderness Gathering”
I love the Lake District and I haven’t been back to Borrowdale since helping film Best Walks With A View for ITV. The weather was pretty warm and bright so we decided to head up Great Gable. Standing at 899m, it’s not the tallest in the Lakes, however the incline is pretty high as youContinue reading “Tent pitch in the Lake District and a walk up Great Gable”
During lockdown 1 I obviously couldn’t go camping up in the mountains so my back garden was the perfect location for an overnight camp and morning yoga.
Testing out the Robens Pilgrim Chair, Fire Bug Stove Titanium and the Frontier Cook Set M.
I had the pleasure of testing out the Robens Elk River 1 tent on the shores of Coniston Water in the Lake District between lockdowns in 2020.
I am thrilled to announce that my film Pioneer has been listed in the BMC Women in Adventure Film Competition 2021. Celebrating the early pioneering women who paved the way allowing us all to have the opportunity to go outdoors, explore and experience the world. Pioneer is about inclusivity; how anyone from a minority canContinue reading “BMC Women in Adventure Film Competition”
This record book will help you identify and become familiar with 30 British tree species. Of these 21 are native, 5 are naturalised or commonly found broadleaved trees and there are 4 commercial exotic conifers.
A short blog about the importance of family and the outdoors.
It is known that spending time outdoors and in contact with the natural environment can have positive effects on physical and mental health (Pretty et al 2005, Seymour 2003). With tourism lower due to the recent pandemic, it is important, now more than ever to get people back outdoors. Regular walking improves mood, reduces anxietyContinue reading “Work with Holly”
Here is a blog about a couple of things I love about New Zealand.
It’s -3 and I decided to camp in the garden.
An introduction to the 5 main characteristics which put all the species within the Chordata phylum.
There are many elements that contribute to the formation of soil here we go into it all.
Hi, I’m Holly, I’m from Suffolk and have always had a love for the outdoors and the wildlife that inhabits it. I have been filming walks for the last 7 years and now am turning my attentions to other passions I want to develop hence starting this podcast. During this series I will be talking to outdoor advocates, wildlife enthusiasts and forest school specialists about how Nature has impacted their lives and their individual passions. I hope you enjoy.
A short blog about the pieces we upcycled in our van conversion.
Exploring Patterdale village in the Lake District on the shore of Ullswater and at the foot of Helvellyn.
What is flora? Here are descriptions on different types including trees, angiosperms, gymnosperms, lower plants, mosses and ferns!
We are thrilled to announce that our van conversion is now complete and we are living in it full time. We would like to share some of our favourite bits with you.
This essay, written as a university assignment in 2013, provides an account of how the wildlife documentary genre has changed over the years, why it has changed and what has made it popular.
Stereotypes are not only used for humans, but they are seen throughout the media in animals too. Name one film where the snake is good, or the shark saves someone.. This is an essay I wrote whilst studying Wildlife and Media a few years ago. Enjoy.