Welcome

to the DigipicsUk showcase of high quality individual photographic images by Somerset photographer and film maker Neil Clarke.

Based in Street the home of Clarks shoes the galleries feature many well known west country views especially Glastonbury and the surrounding areas.
All images are available to purchase at prices displayed, other sizes available on request.
Reproduction fees for publication etc. available upon request.

Neil is also a very accomplished film maker, his DVD "Starlings On The Levels" has sold almost 2500 copies to date with copies in 12 different countries featuring the Somerset levels and the annual starling migration.
Now recognised as one of the countries leading naturally occurring phenomenons which has been featured on many T.V programmes.
A short trailer is available on Utube viewable via the links tab.
Last year he released a superb DVD which takes the viewer on a trip around the Bristol Channel Islands, starting from Burnham On Sea it opens up all the history about places like Brean down, Steep Holm, Flat Holm and Lundy.

NEW FOR 2015 A DVD of the Weston Super Mare Helicopter Museums 25th Anniversary year.
A 46 minute commemorative souvenir film of the museum and the events held during its anniversary year.
See the exhibits, aerial views of the area, interviews with the founder, stars of T.V. and film, its all on this full narrated and scored DVD.

More information and prices for each DVD can be found under their respective Tabs.

Neil is available for lively and enjoyable, informative presentations and talks with screenings of either or both of the above films to community groups, U3A and towns guilds etc. at reasonable costs.
Please use the Contacts Tab or mail direct to: digipicsuk@live.com
He is also listed on "Creative Somerset" and is always willing discuss assignments or future projects: Web Videos, Promotional business films, training videos, Neil has experience in all.
If its interesting, he is interested!

For those visiting Glastonbury please take time to visit The Hidden Gem Art Gallery, Abbey Mews, High St. Glastonbury where some of Neils work can be seen alongside that of many local artists.

Please use the CONTACT US tab for all queries or mail direct: digipicsuk@live.com