British documentary filmmaker Alex J. Wright works internationally alongside companies and individuals who practise outstanding craftsmanship. He’s developed a reputation for his naturalistic and sensitive approach to filmmaking which allows his subjects the space to focus on their work and gives his audiences the feeling of being right there with him.

Featured Film | Richard Batterham, Master Potter | Joanna Bird Foundation

“This fine documentary is a deep dive into one man’s world of making, and the philosophy behind a life in pottery. The sense of accumulation – of time, of clay, of conviction – is palpable in every shot. We also hear from the magnificent David Attenborough and master chef Nigel Slater (who begins every day with his Batterham breakfast bowl). Their voices remind us that often, the most meaningful things in life are rooted in the everyday, indeed, in the dirt beneath our feet.”

Glenn Adamson, Senior Research Scholar, Yale Centre of British Art

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Jenny Grevatte | Keeping an Eye Open

James Elliott | King Richard III – Making of the Tomb

The Mercers' Company's Entrance Hall Chandelier

Rupert Senior | The Making of the Knole Table

Leicester Cathedral’s Stained Glass Windows

Jonathan Clarke | Pure Flowing Instinct

A Day in the Life of Bow School

MW Polishing Machine | Making Richard III's Tomb

Who is Jeremy Hildreth?

Hand Making Wooden Panelling by Timbertech

Wendy Earle | Going to Seed

Conservation Practice | vHH Architects

Professor Hart | Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon

Rupert Senior | Transition from Desk to Dinner
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