Mountain Stream Fishing. A Short Film by Rhys Lewis
My younger-slightly-more-attractive-rockstar bro created this rather nice video recently. Not too sure who the ugly bloke in the orange cap is though…
All filming, composition, music and editing was completed by Rhys who, as well as being a full-time musician, also works as a freelance music composer for film, television, and interactive media. He’ll never think it, and grimace if I was to say it, but I think you’ll agree that he’s rather talented and certainly has an eye for capturing beautiful things and complimenting them with his music.
For more information on the range of Rhys’ services, please visit www.rhyslewismusic.com.
The stream we fished is one very close to my heart and it’s one I tend to live on during the trout season. It was Rhys’ intention to capture both the beauty of the place and convey the experience of a day out on a small mountain stream. Fishing these waters isn’t just about catching fish; they provide the angler with solitude and a proverbial oil-change. These places are, in their very essence, food for the soul.
To watch the above short film in HD, simply click here.