I am a 28 year old wildlife film maker and photographer, and have immersed myself in the craft of capturing images of the natural world for the last decade. Since finishing my degree in Zoology, I have spent over 800 days of my life in the field, working in every environment from the deep ocean, to the poles.
I began my career working as a wildlife camera assistant, working extensively in the Masai Mara, Alaska, and China on Disneynature feature films, learning from the best camera operators in the wildlife film-making industry. Following this, I worked on BBC’s “The Hunt” as a camera assistant, before getting a full time production role on Netflix’s first Original wildlife documentary, “Our Planet”. Our Planet was an incredible series to be a part of, and I was fortunate enough to work on the Frozen Worlds, High Seas, and Coastal Seas episodes, as well as edit producing the ‘behind the scenes’ episode.
My career thus far has given me a huge amount of experience working in remote locations around the planet. I have been to the polar regions seven times, sailed across two oceans, spent six months in the Alaskan wilderness, four months in the Masai Mara and three months in the remotest corners of China, and have built up over 400 hours diving experience.
I am now working on a new series for the BBC, which is entirely about courtship rituals in the natural world. In my spare time I love to pursue my own photography, and through the contacts I have built in my career I have done my own expeditions to the infamous ‘Tiger Beach’, the Azores, Yunnan and the Red Sea. I am always on the look-out for new adventures, new unexplored subjects to photograph, and new stories to tell!