Peter Muld Productions
As a nature photographer and documentary filmmaker, you are obligated to make people aware what humankind has done to nature. Show what nature really looks like with plastic in the oceans, littering, pollution, etc.
It is increasingly important to enlighten people about the environment. One way to do that is through storytelling, photos and filmmaking. I have chosen to do that through a 72 minute long documentary named ”Sveriges Saltaste Kust” or ”Swedens saltiest coast” in english, together with Stefan Edman, screen writer and Lisa Sihlberg, footage.
It´s a environmental documentary where we’re interviewing scientists and fishermen about out fishing, loss of habitats and cod, marine litter, climate etc.
I can promise you exciting interviews and beautiful landscape. Lots of facts about life both below and above the surface. Most of the underwater footage is shot by Tobias Dahlin.
About Peter Muld Productions
Peter Muld Productions is about making film, productions, photography and websites.
I started making websites 2010 and since then I have made over 60 websites for companies all over Sweden. I always work in WordPress and the theme DIVI.
Now my main focus is photography and filmmaking. Commercials, shortfilms and documentaries. I work in Final cut pro x when I produce film and for photos I work in Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop. I´m also an exclusive artist for Pond5 where I sell some of my work.
In 2023 I became a member of the Swedish film association Naturfilmarna after an invitation from the board. Of course, very fun and honorable to have the opportunity to be involved.
Swedens Saltiest Coast
Follow the Bohus Coast in this new, unique documentary about Sweden’s saltiest sea.
Marvel at the magical plant and animal world of Skagerrak and the myriad of life that exists there. Our richest marine diversity with 6000 species in the Kosterfjord, which is actually 250 metres deep at its deepest point.
Meet scientists and fishermen who talk about the threats and hope for the environment and biodiversity.
Be inspired by people who are cleaning up seabeds and beaches, recycling materials from rubbish and making new smart products. Wheel covers, facade materials, watch bands, trawls, nets and lobster traps.
Hear about exciting projects to help cod, blue mussels, corals and eelgrass.
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