FILMMAKER

As a filmmaker, I work with people and organisations to create bespoke videos to help them get their message across to the right audience. I specialise in telling stories through short documentaries, working with universities to do science communication and producing promotional social media videos.

COMPOSER

As a composer, I work with filmmakers to write unique emotive soundtracks for their films. I record with strings, guitar, percussion, piano, synthesizers and samples to make dynamic scores capable of captivating a wide range of audiences.  Styles include soundtrack, Scottish folk and electronic pop

CAMERON MACKAY
F I L M M A K E R + C O M P O S E R

I'm a documentary filmmaker/presenter and soundtrack composer from Scotland. With a background in climate change research and traditional Scottish folk music, my work focuses on telling stories about sustainability, Scottish culture and the natural world.

  • I produce a wide range of music and video content for clients,

  • I am a content creator for BBC The Social,

  • I am a soundtrack composer for Artlist.io.

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LATEST WORK

TESTIMONIALS

“ I couldn’t recommend Cameron’s film-making services enough! He’s a joy to work with and created promotional videos that encouraged attendance whilst engaging wider audiences with the ethos of our event. "

Amy Stevenson / Glasgow Goes Green Festival Organiser

“ Cameron produced a brief film to support our business case seeking further development of library spaces which captured the customer “voice” and highlighted the library vision for the project aims. This made an important contribution to ultimately gaining approval for the building project. "

Elaine Blaxter / Head of Library Services (Uni of Strathclyde)

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CONTACT

Get in touch to set up filming, to commission a soundtrack or to purchase the rights to tracks.

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Growing the Glasgow Children's Woodland (Documentary Film)
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Growing the Glasgow Children's Woodland (Documentary Film)

This short documentary film follows the work of the volunteer organisation The Lost Woods as they give every primary school pupil a seed to grow into their own tree and facilitate the creation of the Glasgow Children's Woodland - a brand new woodland area created in Glasgow by Glasgow's primary school children. A film by: The Lost Woods (https://www.thelostwoods.earth/) Film production and original music: Cameron Mackay Productions (https://www.cameronmackay.co.uk/) Drone footage: HawkAye Scotland (https://www.hawkaye.com/) SUPPORTED BY Alba Trees, Castlemilk and Carmunnock Windpark Trust Cassiltoun Housing Association , Climate Ready Schools Eadha Enterprise, Glas-go Bus Alliance Glasgow City Council, Glasgow Science Centre Graphical House, Green Action Trust Green Move UK, Morrisons Supermarket NatureScot, Nopla SCCAN, Scottish Forestry Scottish Power, The Conservation Volunteers Trees for Cities, Vegware Woodland Trust. WITH THANKS TO Aileen Macleod, Alan Preston, Arina Russell, Becky Norris, Billie J, Chi Thai, Councillor Anna Richardson, Dr Robert Macfarlane, Fiona Douglas, Jackie Morris, Julie Fowlis, Karine Polwart, Lesley Riddoch, Lord Provost Philip Braat, Máiri McAllan MSP, Neal Fowler, Nicola Davies, Oi Musica Operation Play Outdoors, Parents for Future, Per Johansson, Peter Livingston, Philip Revell, Rachel Binnie, Raghnaid Sandilands, Reilly’s Cafe, Robin McAlpine, Robert Burns, Rowanbank Arts & Education, Roza Salih, Sandy Brennan, The Passenger Press, Tide Lines, Sapna Agarwal, Stuart Murdoch, St Andrew’s Ambulance, and all the volunteers at the Glasgow Children's Woodland. THE LOST WOODS TEAM Alex Mackenzie, Cameron Mackay, Eabhnat Ní Laighin, Grace Murray, Jeff Frew, Jennifer Shaw, Lesley McLean, Tiomóid Foley. Thank you to all the children who planted their trees at the Glasgow Children's Woodland and have offered inspiration for many generations to come.