We are committed to low impact practice and align ourselves with companies and organisations who strive for a more sustainable future for people and the environment.

Dom Bush

Director, Cinematographer

Dom set up Land & Sky in 2011 and has been part of the documentary and adventure industries for a decade. He has won many awards for his work and is passionate about creating engaging character-led films for brands and organisations. His portfolio includes work with the BBC, Doc Society, BFI, Channel 4 and the Guardian. He is also a qualified higher education teacher.

Dom is part of the 2021 BAFTA Crew program.

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Rebecca Day


Rebecca is an award winning documentary producer and qualified psychotherapist. She spent 8 years working for the Scottish Documentary Institute as a producer and outreach manager. Her first short documentary 'Peter in Radioland' was nominated for 7 awards including a European Academy Award.  


She now runs a practice offering therapeutic support for those working in the documentary industries. 

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Helen Lawrie

Business Development Manager, Producer

With over 15 years experience in training and business management, Helen brings excellent organisational skills and a love for building positive relationships with clients. She is responsible for strategic development and production at Land & Sky.

She is dedicated to using business as a force for good. Helen is mum and step mum to two amazing children and this fuels her passion to run a business which gives back more than it takes. 


Jake McKenna

Cinematographer, Assistant

Jake is an experienced freelance camera operator and drone pilot and a key part of the Land and Sky team. He has created commercial content for a wide range of professional clients and regularely works with us as an assistant, cinematographer, remote location camera op and editor.

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Simon Sylvester

Writer, Editor

Simon started working in television in 2004, travelling world-wide on shows for BBC, Channel 4 and Sky before moving into publishing as a writer, editor and proofreader. He is also an experienced teacher and published author, with his debut novel The Visitors winning the Guardian Not the Booker Prize in 2014. As a screenwriter he has won several festival prizes, came runner-up in £35,000 fund The Pitch, and has a short film due for production with the BFI in 2021.

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Lizzie Gilson

Cinematographer, Assistant

Lizzie is a documentary filmmaker, working on social and environmental projects. She is experienced in camera operation, sound recording, editing, producing and directing short-form projects, and is a regular contributor to our projects at Land & Sky. Her work has covered factual and current affairs based content, looking at an array of topics from climate activism to regenerative agriculture.

Our Awards




Tom Seipp: A Mountain Journal Short’ – Gold – Best Biking Film,
Sheffield Adventure Film Festival 2017.
‘Tom Seipp: A Mountain Journal Short’ – Best Adventure Sports Film, Kendal Mountain Festival 2016.
‘Eden’    Gold – Best Sound/Music Award, Sheffield Adventure Film Festival 2016.
‘Eden’   Bronze – Best Creative Film Award, Sheffield Adventure Film Festival 2016.
‘Mountain Journal: Nicky Spinks’    Bronze – Best Women in Adventure Film Award, Sheffield Adventure Film Festival 2016.
‘In the Frame’   Gold – The Boulder Creek International Best Spirit of Adventure Award, Sheffield Adventure Film Festival 2015.
‘In the Frame: Little Chamonix’    Winner – Rest of the world category, Fort William Mountain Festival 2014.
 ‘In the Frame: Little Chamonix’    Winner – Osprey Short Film Awards, Keswick Film Festival 2014.
 ‘My Own Hands’    Best Short Film – Edinburgh Mountain Film Festival 2012.
 ‘My Own Hands’ - Category Winner – THREESIXFIVE awards 2012.
‘Islands’ - Category Winner – THREESIXFIVE awards 2012.
‘My Own Hands’    Third place winner – SHAFF Shorts film competition 2011.