ProHides was set up several years ago by a friend of Eastbrook Farm, Helen Browning’s Organic farm located on the boundary between Wiltshire and Oxfordshire, to give photographers a unique opportunity to photograph the diverse wildlife present. Over a period of approximately three years, ProHides established itself as a desirable destination for photographers from around the world.
In the late summer of 2018, the management of the ProHides project was passed to James Andrews - previously Development Manager for Jessops Academy - to relaunch and develop.
ProHides has a reputation for offering a range of photographic hides for various British species (little owls, buzzards and badgers have all featured previously) and the hides are currently be relocated and re-established for this to relaunch as we go into 2019. As well as this we have plans for workshops and various other photographic activities to run on the 1,500-acre farm so watch this space! Sign up for our newsletter to be the first to hear the latest and follow our journey on our blog.