David Miller
Fish and Wildlife Art
All images on this site are © David Miller. All rights reserved.

News & Events

As

you

can

see

David

Miller

Art

has

had

a

facelift.

The

mothballing

of

our

old

software

has

meant

that

Lisa

has

had

to

look

elsewhere

for

a

user

friendly

platform.

Hopefully

this

new

site

will

work

much better for our many mobile users.

At

the

moment

only

my

main

site

has

been

overhauled.

The

print

site

requires

a

great

deal

more

work but that is very much in the pipeline.

Our

biggest

news

of

2017

was

that

after

15

happy

years

we

had

to

leave

Nyth

Gwdi Hw.

Sadly,

due

to

ill

health,

our

landlord

had

to

sell,

but

happily

we

have

found

a

new

home that we can finally call ours.

The

best

news

of

all

is

that

I

am

now

much

closer

to

all

my

favourite

places,

particularly

Bosherston

Lily

Ponds

and

Freshwater

West.

I

can’t

wait

to

explore

the delights of Pembrokeshire further.

We

miss

our

little

valley

but

we

have

many

happy

memories

and

are

so

thankful

that

our

two

children

had

the

good fortune to grow up there.

August 2017

August

saw

a

repeat

of

a

piece

I

recorded

with

the

BBC in 2015 for the One Show.

During May of that year I spent a day filming puffins with Miranda Krestovnikoff in which we discussed my painting and my methods of getting closer to these colourful hunters in the water. Although I’ve worked with the BBC before it still amazes me how much effort and filming goes into the production of perhaps five minutes air time. I had a thoroughly enjoyable day with a great production team. You can watch the piece here:

Another

piece

I

did

for

the

BBC

was

back

in

the

Autumn

of

2010.

I

was

asked

to

take

part

in

Autumnwatch

as

part

of

Iolo

William’s

quest

for

Welsh

Sea

trout.

The

fish

were

pretty

camera

shy

on

the

day

and

it

didn’t

help

that

due

to

health

and

safety

regulations

we

had

to

snorkel

rather

than

dive.

Still.

It

was

a

great

piece

and

I

met

some

very

dedicated

and

knowledgeable

film

makers

over the few days we spent together.

FAQ
T&C
Fish and Wildlife Art
David Miller
All images on this site are © David Miller. All rights reserved.

News & Events

As

you

can

see

David

Miller

Art

has

had

a

facelift.

The

mothballing

of

our

old

software

has

meant

that

Lisa

has

had

to

look

elsewhere

for

a

user

friendly

platform.

Hopefully

this

new

site

will

work

much

better for our many mobile users.

At

the

moment

only

my

main

site

has

been

overhauled.

The

print

site

requires

a

great

deal

more

work but that is very much in the pipeline.

Our

biggest

news

of

2017

was

that

after

15

happy years we had to leave Nyth Gwdi Hw.

Sadly,

due

to

ill

health,

our

landlord

had

to

sell,

but

happily

we

have

found

a

new

home

that

we

can finally call ours.

The

best

news

of

all

is

that

I

am

now

much

closer

to

all

my

favourite

places,

particularly

Bosherston

Lily

Ponds

and

Freshwater

West.

I

can’t

wait

to

explore the delights of Pembrokeshire further.

We

miss

our

little

valley

but

we

have

many

happy

memories

and

are

so

thankful

that

our

two

children had the good fortune to grow up there.

September 2017

August 2017

August

saw

a

repeat

of

a

piece

I

recorded

with

the

BBC in 2015 for the One Show.

During May of that year I spent a day filming puffins with Miranda Krestovnikoff in which we discussed my painting and my methods of getting closer to these colourful hunters in the water. Although I’ve worked with the BBC before it still amazes me how much effort and filming goes into the production of perhaps five minutes air time. I had a thoroughly enjoyable day with a great production team. You can watch the piece here:

Another

piece

I

did

for

the

BBC

was

back

in

the

Autumn

of

2010.

I

was

asked

to

take

part

in

Autumnwatch

as

part

of

Iolo

William’s

quest

for

Welsh

Sea

trout.

The

fish

were

pretty

camera

shy

on

the

day

and

it

didn’t

help

that

due

to

health

and

safety

regulations

we

had

to

snorkel

rather

than

dive.

Still.

It

was

a

great

piece

and

I

met

some

very

dedicated

and

knowledgeable

film

makers

over the few days we spent together.

FAQ
T&C