Artwork The Incredible Story of WaterA story for children, based on artwork I did in the ’70s, with background music remixed from my CD ‘Gaia’s Garden’. The Great Day My film is based on a book I wrote and illustrated in 1988. A Utopian vision, perhaps we could help make it come true? Music Fern HillIn my film I have set Dylan Thomas’s wonderful poem to music and sang it myself. His evocation of a childhood on a farm in Britain echoes my own. Concert for India’s EnvironmentChinmaya’s Celtic Ragas Band in concert in 2004, containing documentary footage to raise awareness for India’s environmental issues and evokes feelings of reverence for the wonders of India’s nature Wide AwakeIn this video called I have set a poem by Osho from the Hindi talks given in 1970 entitled ‘Thy Will be Done’ to music taken from my CD ‘Meditation Ragas’. Your Life SongA video where I am reading a rare poem by Osho with a track from my CD ‘Ragas Relax’ as a background. Chinmaya’s Green Ragas band in concert in 2010 with musicians from India, Greece and UK. A multimedia awareness-raising event to promote CARING for our beautiful planet. Travels Seven Sacred Springs The video is a film about the abandoned healing springs of the Goan village of Assagao, with music from my CD ‘Meditation Ragas‘. Gaia’s Garden – A Tribute to the Beauty We Have LostNatural History illustrations of some of the beautiful creatures we have made extinct. Music from the CD ‘Gaia’s Garden’ AVANI a Himalayan NGOI made this documentary for two friends who formed this NGO in the Kumaoan Himalayas, introducing technologies for energy and water in the villages, and then promoting crafts like hand made, naturally dyed, textiles. Smiles From Off The Road in India Faces I filmed while travelling in Uttarakhand Himalayas and Kerala (India). Their spontaneous welcome to me and my camera is typical of the warmth of people still living close to nature. Wildlife and Birds Birds of the Kumaon Himalayaswas filmed during three visits in the month of May, over three years, in Pithoagarh and Kapkot Districts, at altitudes between 1500 and 2000 meters. Himalayan Black BearI was incredibly lucky to get this long close up of a rare and dangerous animal on the way to Kaphni Glacier at the foot of Nanda Devi. Tyger! Tyger! showing the tigers of Bandhavgarh National Park, India, at play. A century ago there were an estimated 40,000 tigers in India. Today less than 2000 remain. The footage is from Vijendra Patil and the soundtrack is mine. Birds From My Goa Garden was filmed over three years from my garden near Mapusa. Several dozen species are represented, including the difficult-to-film Blue-faced malkoha and Black-naped monarch.