warwick@sloss.co.uk | +44 (0) 7768 926 417


About Me

I am a specialist wildlife cameraman and Director of Photography, working in natural history, science and adventure films. This has taken me to hundreds of locations in more than 50 countries. I started as a trainee with the BBC Natural History Unit in 1995,  went freelance in 1998, and continue to work for the BBC and various independents. Like all wildlife camera people these days, I am award-winning.

My experience includes lighting in the studio and on location, as well as sync and actuality filming.  My technical specialities are long lens animal behaviour, extreme macro, time lapse, motion control, IR and low light, high speed cameras for slow motion, stabilised camera support systems, special effects and graphics work, etc. I am accustomed to working in dangerous and extreme environments.

I hold a full driving licence and am reasonably hygienic.

warwick@sloss.co.uk | +44 (0) 7768 926 417


This isn't an exhaustive list, just some of the things that have kept me busy over the last few years. 


Currently working on:


Completed projects:

Dynasties- Painted Wolves, BBC NHU

Our Planet, Silverback/Netflix

Monkey Kingdom, Silverback/Disneynature
Bears, Silverback/Disneynature
Chimpanzee, Silverback/Disneynature
Nature Nuts with Julian Clary, OSF/ITV
North America, Wild Horizons/Discovery
Wonders of the Monsoon, BBC NHU
Africa, BBC NHU
Wonders of Life, BBC Science
Afterlife: The Strange Science of Decay, BBC Scotland
Frozen Planet, BBC NHU



Casino Royale, EON/Sony Pictures
Nature's Great Events, BBC NHU
Ganges, BBC NHU
The Natural World: Earth Pilgrim, AGB Films/BBC NHU
Planet Earth, BBC NHU
Austin Stevens: Snakemaster, Tigress/Animal Planet
The Dolphin Murders, Tigress/Animal Planet
Big Cat Diary (Series 3,4 & 5), BBC NHU

That's about as far back as I can remember.


Here's where I get to tell you all about things I've seen, things I've done, and things I've smelled on public transport. Check back regularly or follow my Twitter feed to get updates on blog postings.

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Here is a small selection of clips from edited shows that I have worked on. 



This is a long-lens behaviour sequence from 'Africa', made by the BBC Natural History Unit. It was filmed in the Samburu region of Northern Kenya. 


Another long-lens behaviour sequence from 'Wonders of the Monsoon', made by the BBC Natural History Unit. It was filmed in Sarawak, Malaysia.



This is mainly a macro and slow motion behaviour sequence, from the 'Africa' series. It was filmed in Egypt.


One of those 'behind the scenes' bits about how we filmed the silver ants sequence. It was mainly filmed by Felicity Lanchester but it's mildly entertaining and contains a few of my ant shots that didn't make it in to the main sequence.


This page is regularly updated with picture sets from current and recent projects, as well as a few of my favourites from the archive.


Careers in Wildlife Films and TV


I get a lot of emails from people wanting advice on the best way to get into the television industry so I’ve decided to post a few tips here, based on my experiences and the questions that people have asked. I’m going to concentrate on the wildlife side of things and on camera work specifically as this is what I know best. However, much of this will apply to the industry as a whole.

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