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.
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