I am a freelance documentary cameraman specialising in natural history, technical rope work and filming at height in remote locations world-wide. I was trained by the world-renowned BBC Natural History Unit and have spent the last 25 years filming regularly for clients such as BBC, National Geographic, Discovery, Disney and Netflix.
I’ve been fortunate to contribute to many acclaimed productions over the years, including several Attenborough projects (Planet Earth, Life of Mammals, Life in the Undergrowth etc) and have received an EMMY and an RTS for my camerawork. I have also been BAFTA nominated several times.
The wildlife film industry is very proactive and forward thinking in its attitude to using new image formats and I love embracing new technology. But ultimately, my enjoyment flows straight from the privileged feeling of observing animals in their natural habitat, filming and witnessing intimate behaviour that would otherwise remain unseen and largely unknown.
Alongside my camerawork I have also presented numerous radio programmes for BBC R4 and am author of the book The Man Who Climbs Trees published by Penguin Random House 2017.
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