This year has been very busy for me working across a wide range of natural history programmes from high budget blue chips, to being featured in Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall's new wildlife series.

Netflix

I'm currently working across a new and exciting series for Netflix. Which will be finished by the end of year 2019. More to be announced later next year.

STEMWorld

Earlier this year I travelled to a unique set of Islands of the coast of Africa to shoot a pilot film for STEMWorld. Mainly sync sound work.

 Wales - Land of The Wild (BBC)

 Filming various sequences for the four part series mainly including - specialist macro and timelapse, drone, long lens and ronin work.

Hostile Planet (National Geographic)

 I'm currently working on Hostile Planet, a high budget blue chip series for National Geographic being produced by Plimsoll Productions. I've worked predominately on Oceans, Grasslands and the Jungle Episode.

 

Wild Britain (Channel Five)

 I was commissioned by Plimsoll Productions to shoot a number of sequences on British wildlife for their new series. Shooting everything from long lens, giro stabilised moves, extreme macro and complicated timelapses.

 Sri Lanka-Island of The Monsoon (National Geographic, Smithsonian and Love Nature)

Synopsis - Home to Asia’s most sensational wildlife, Sri Lanka is monsoon country, with an ecosystem driven by the most powerful storms in the world. This is the real life Jungle Book. Our camera operators will immerse themselves in Sri Lanka’s wild places and follow the action 24/7, focusing on individual animal characters and families, and capturing their lives in unprecedented detail.

DoP on Episodes -  Web of Life and From Cloud to Coast.

Hugh's Wild West (BBC2)

Featured wildlife cameraman for Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall's new wildlife series on the South West, for Keo West.

 

Field Diaries

 Below are a few photos from working in the field. Keep an eye out for a few more as the programmes transmit!

 Above - Running around the jungles of Sri Lanka filming in pretty much constant rain. That day I had to use two ponchos to make the dash from the hide to the jeep, keeping the Sony F55 and CN20 (50-1000mm) lens dry.

 

Above - The view from my hide on Dartmoor filming buzzards.

 

 Above - One of my favourite views in the Jungles of Sri Lanka.