In the video above (filmed during TEDGlobal 2010’s punting party at the River Cherwell), Imogen Heap asks you to send her some nature footage to be part of a half-hour film that will accompany an ambitious new piece of music.
She writes: “It could be a sunrise from your bedroom window, underwater deep sea diving, a flower in a pavement crack, mist over mountains, reeds in rivers, a rare wild cat, rolling desert dunes, the northern lights, a sycamore seed helicoptering down or a cotton wool cloud. We want everyone to explore the colours, lights, shades, rhythms and patterns of nature. Moments that fill us with wonder.”
Get submission details here, and send footage by Sept. 26, 2010. Selected footage will be edited into a half-hour film, in five movements, to play during the premiere of Imogen’s latest work at the Royal Albert Hall.