I am an award-winning cameraman specialising in natural history documentaries.
I’ve just finished working on BBC’s Primates, a three-part series on the primate family, filming six sequences across the first two behaviour-focused episodes. Earlier in the year I filmed Kingdom of the Tide for CBC’s Nature of Things and a sequence for Offspring’s night series Luna. In 2018 I filmed more monkeys for BBC’s Primates, for BBC’s landmark series Seven Worlds, Luna, and NHNZ’s Life Force.
In 2017 I worked on Age of the Big Cats, a three part series on the evolution and success of the big cats. Spending 20 weeks in cars, hides, and from the sky, I filmed snow leopards, cheetahs, lions, jaguars, and leopards. In between this I was a main cameraman on Attenborough and the Empire of the Ants, an hour-long film on super colony-forming wood ants, spending 13 weeks designing and working precise remote-controlled macro rigs, set building, motion timelapse, and high speed capture.
In 2016 I filmed for Attenborough’s Life That Glows, a hour-long film on bioluminescence. I helped design and build cameras that allowed us to film in novel ways under the water and in extremely dark conditions. The programme won two Pandas at Wildscreen, one at Jackson Hole Film Festival, the Grand Helix at Science Media Awards, and was nominated for a BAFTA and two News & Documentary Emmys.