Since graduating in Zoology from Bristol University, I have gained more than five years experience working across a variety of film and television formats, specialising in the Natural World, Travel, Adventure and Anthropology.
In 2008 I was a finalist in an eight part series on Animal Planet, called Unearthed: Film School Wild, where I competed to film and direct a selection of short wildlife films in South Africa. Subsequently, I travelled and worked extensively in Africa. My most notable projects were working as a camera assistant on a digital 3D film about elephants and working as part of a team filming wildlife sequences for an IMAX feature film, directed by Terrence Malick.
More recently I have worked on a series called Wild Russia. This National Geographic wildlife series focused on the wildlife in six previously unseen regions of Russia. At the end of 2010 I travelled to Madagascar and Tanzania with the BBC Natural History Unit for a program called Decade of Discovery which aired on BBC2 and in 2011 I worked as assistant producer on the second series of Wild Britain with Ray Mears, on ITV1. This series saw me travel around the UK filming some spectacular wildlife so close to home. Most recently, I have just completed a groundbreaking 3D wildlife series about the Galapagos Islands presented by Sir David Attenborough and transmitted on SKY 3D.