I graduated from the Edinburgh Collage of Art with a Masters in Documentary Filmmaking in 2015. Since then I've worked as a filmmaker for a charity in Tokyo, before spending half a year working on the remote island of Bardsey as an Assistant Warden. Since 2017 I've been working for Cwmni Da production company based in North Wales, working on an array of television productions whilst also directing and producing my own short environmental films for the Welsh online platform, Hansh. In 2017, I spent 6 weeks in Indonesia making a short documentary series about the effect of the Palm Oil industry on people, climate and biodiveristy in the country. This June, I joined a team of scientist in the Arctic to research and document the catastrophic plastic crisis there. 

Born and raised between the mountains and the sea in North Wales- I have a gravity inside me that keeps pulling me out into the wilder spaces- this has rooted in me a love for it and an unshakable sense of responsibility to protect it.


I hope to do this through my creativity and the power of film, written word and image to communicate a message and reconnect audiences with the beauty and fragility of the natural world.

© 2016 Mari Huws. 

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