I am an award winning freelance cameraman specialising in blue-chip natural history, technical rope work and filming at height in remote wilderness locations.
The secret life of the rainforest canopy is a particular passion of mine and I have spent the last 22 years working regularly in this beautiful but challenging environment for industry leaders such as the BBC, National Geographic, Discovery and DisneyNature. I've been fortunate to work on many highly acclaimed landmark productions along the way, including numerous David Attenborough projects such as Planet Earth, Life of Mammals, Life in the Undergrowth, Africa and Life.
In 2013 I was awarded an EMMY for my work on One Life (a Nat Geo feature narrated by Daniel Craig), and received an RTS award in 2014 as a member of the camera team for the BBC Africa series. I’ve also been BAFTA nominated several times.
Alongside my film work I also present the occasional nature programme for BBC Radio 4 and am author of the book The Man Who Climbs Trees published by Penguin Random House 2017.
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