The pair of 18 year old filmmakers have been shooting barn owls and kingfishers in Suffolk.Paul and Ryan Edwards, who are twins, have spent months capturing the footage for BBC Inside Out.
"What we really love is the wildlife close to home and showing that East Anglia can be just as exciting as anywhere else," said Paul.
They spent three months gathering the footage using a wooden hide and a small tent which served as a mobile hide.
For the barn owls, cameras were set up in a nest box on an oak tree which fed pictures back to the wooden hide.
Over the years they’ve filmed an amazing variety of creatures near their home – and produced stunning images. But these talented young men want to make a career out of it – and are keen to learn how to turn stunning pictures into television programs.
They've won numerous awards for their photographs and have spent the summer filming wildlife around their local Suffolk countryside around Framlingham for BBC Inside Out.