StormStock provides footage for three-part BBC weather series

StormStock recently wrapped on the new series "Wild Weather with Richard Hammond," due to air on BBC One in December. StormStock provided over 5 minutes of its spectacular imagery including tornadoes, hurricanes, lightning, and blizzards. Much of the material was shot by founder Martin Lisius on Super 35mm and HD, including dramatic views of rotating supercell thunderstorms and twisters racing across the US Great Plains. The episodes include "Wind - The Invisible Force," "Water - The Shape Shifter," and "Temperature - The Driving Force." Lisius worked with Oxford Scientific Films who co-produced the program with Terra Mater Factual Studios. 
About StormStock
StormStock was founded in 1993 by award-winning cinematographer and director Martin Lisius, and is one of the oldest stock footage brands in the world.  We produce high quality weather and nature imagery on premium formats for film, TV and print projects that require only the very best content.  The StormStock collection features rare and exclusive images of hurricanes, lightning, tornadoes, stormy skies, and other weather elements.

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