I am an EMMY award winning and BAFTA / RTS nominated documentary cameraman specialising in Natural History and filming from ropes at height in any environment.
Core skills include long lens animal behaviour, cable-cam systems, presenter-led sync and high-level technical rope access. Highly experienced at working in remote wilderness locations, I am particularly passionate about filming in the rainforest canopy and have completed 90+ expeditions to the jungle.
Starting out as an assistant on Hollywood productions, I was trained in-house by the BBC Natural History Unit and have spent the last 21 years working regularly for industry leaders including the BBC, National Geographic, Discovery and DisneyNature. I've been fortunate to work on many acclaimed productions along the way, including numerous David Attenborough projects - Life of Mammals, Life in the Undergrowth, Planet Earth etc.
Alongside my film work I also present the occasional programme for BBC Radio, and am author of the book THE MAN WHO CLIMBS TREES published by Penguin Random House 2017.
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