Wild (web series)

Wild | Destination Videos by Aliscia Young & Richard Sidey

The following short films form our ongoing Wild web series – destination videos with a nature theme from around the world. All videos are available for licensing, please contact us for more information.

New episodes will be added on an irregular basis as they are created, so please visit again. For now, enjoy the series!

Wild Antarctica


‘Look deep into nature and you will understand everything better.’ – Albert Einstein.

Wild Antarctica was filmed and produced in 4K by New Zealand cinematographers Aliscia Young and Richard Sidey during several short expeditions to the Antarctic Peninsula in early 2017. A special UAV permit was obtained to capture the aerial perspectives.

Wild Antarctica is the fifth film in Galaxiid’s Wild Destination video series, and also the second to feature original music from Inga Liljeström.

Wild Galápagos


The Galápagos Islands are home to some of the most unusual creatures on earth, explored here in this 3-minute ambient destination video from Galaxiid.

Wilds of the South Pacific


Take an ambient journey through Melanesia and Polynesia in this immersive video experience from GALAXIID. Destinations include Western Papua, Papua New Guinea, Vanuatu, Kiribati, Cook Islands, Tuamotu Archipelago and Marquesas Islands of French Polynesia.

Wild Kimberley


“We are all visitors to this time, this place. We are just passing through. Our purpose here is to observe, to learn, to grow, to love… and then we return home. ” – Aboriginal Proverb

The Kimberley was one of the earliest settled parts of Australia, with the first arrivals landing about 41,000 years ago. This video includes footage from the King George River and Falls, the Hunter River, Ord River, Raft Point and Montgomery Reef.

Wild Alaska


‘The power of imagination makes us infinite’ – John Muir.

A visual nature essay from the costal wilderness of Southern Alaska; water, mist, mountains, glaciers, icebergs, whales, fjords, forests and bears. Wild Alaska was filmed during an expedition in July 2015.