Adam is a filmmaker with deep roots in the South West of England who has written, directed, shot and edited many shorts inspired by folklore and mythology from this part of the world and is now focussing on his career as a director of photography. His doctoral research focusses on the study of landscape within narrative cinema. How does landscape function as a character? How does it function as a silent purveyor of meaning? And what can we learn from the great masters of art and cinema on the subjects of light, environment, nature and human interaction with landscape on film?