October was a bumper month for new full members... Warm welcomes to you all! :)
Greenpeace International - With an inhouse production team of four, its members produce, edit and shoot video content for the environmental organisation. The GPI video desk also works with a number of freelance videographers/editors and production companies.
The National Trust for Scotland Nature Channel - A project which has been developed to film and document the diversity of wildlife that can be seen by the public on NTS's huge range of properties.
Magic Touch Films - An internationally renowned, established production service company based in Swakopmund, Namibia, who facilitate Adventure, Science, Wildlife, Humanitarian, Historical, Survival Documentaries and Reality Entertainment, throughout Namibia and neighboring countries. With their expertise and know-how, they are able to facilitate any size production, whether it is a small two man documentary crew or a large blue-chip television production.
VMI.TV Ltd - Established in 1979, VMI is one of the success stories of the new generation of Digital Facilities Companies in the UK specialising in quality large-sensor HD Camcorder hire for Documentary, Drama and Feature Productions. New Bristol office is scheduled to open in early 2015 and will stock all of the 4K UHD cameras and lenses in VMI's fleet.
Leeds Beckett University - The School of Film, Music & Performing Arts at Leeds Beckett University is offering a wide range of professional short courses from January 2015.
Boiler Media - A young Belgian production company with a taste for nature and qualtity TV.
Capuccino Productions - Production Company & Location Managers based in Brazil and available for work throughout South America. Speaking Portugese, Spanish, English and French. See César.
Oropendola Productions - A dynamic production company that is dedicated to telling stories about Science and Nature through film. We love to explore those subjects that fill us with intrigue, wonder and amazement at the natural world and engage with the work of individuals, groups and organisations that harness the power and beauty of nature through sustainable practices.
Sound Off Films - Founded in 2014 by Annie Costner and Adrienne Hall with the intention that thier audiences stand up, and sound off.
Korean Broadcasting System - The representative Public Broadcaster in South Korea.
Steve Mackay - Cameraman, Editor and Director/Producer on varying projects looking to work more in wildlife film.
Anneliese Possberg - Camera Operator and time-lapse photography specialist in Germany.
Remco Hekker - Filmmaker/Colorist/Lighting Cameraman now following his real passion of Natural History.
Ross Birnie - HSE Commercial Scuba Diver, CAA Certified aerial camera pilot (as of November 2014) & Freelance Editor.
Skip Hobbie - DP, RED Epic owner Operator, and Field Producer. Large variety of wildlife filmming experience including: Long Lens, Macro, Set Work, Canopy/Rope Access, Infrared & High Speed.
Andy O'Sullivan - Camera Operator/Assistant. Macro set designer.
Al Lethbridge - Composer who has scored the music for a multitude of film and television productions.
Herbert Brauer - Wildlife cameraman in South Africa.
Bry-annie Rose Hughes - Wildlife film maker currently in her 3rd year of a wildlife media course at Cumbria university.
Jonathan Clay - Freelance producer, director & cameraman specialising in natural history & environmental films.
Sophie Cook - Looking to learn more about wildlife film industry and start from the beginning. Event management, production & event photography skills.
David Green - Multi-skilled director/cinematographer/editor with skills in animation and interaction design. Interested in interactive technology and new forms of digital storytelling, particularly those that feature non-professional participation.
Anaïs Claessens - Belgian wildlife biologist looking for work in research and presenting.
Franziska Baur - Passionate researcher (conservation and behaviour biologist), sustainable resource manager and photographer who decided to dive into wildlife-film making, after having gained experience as an film assistant for wildlife documentaries in South Africa.
Sarah Bell - Presenter, primate expert, exotic animal handler.
Santiago Cabral - Camera Operator/DOP/Assistant based in Uruguay.
Katharina Brown - Underwater camerawoman. An HSE Professional Media and Scientific Diver with over 2000 dives. Stills photography, rebreather, coldwater, full-face mask and rope diving expertise. Can also act as dive supervisor and safety diver.
Katie Mayhew - Camera Assistant, Second Camera,
Photographer including Time-Lapse at Silverback Films.
Sophie Lanfear - Producer at Silverback Films.
Romilly Spiers - Camera department - cinematographer, operator, assistant, data management, based in Australia.
Jonathan Gahan - Looking for work as an Assistant/Runner, researcher or to offer Environmental Protection knowledge. With over 13 years of working with environmental organisations in the UK such as MAFF, DEFRA, AONB's, Scottish Natural Heritage and Wildlife Trusts.
Jack Stevenson - Camera Assistant who grew up in Tanzania, passionate about the outdoors, fascinated by the natural world from people, cultures, ways of life to wildlife. London/Arusha
Chris Kidd - Tech-savvy biologist, researcher and self-shooter with a passion for the natural world. Strengths lie in interpersonal skills, practical approach to problem solving, exceptional eye for detail and ability to rapidly learn new processes and technology. Production all-rounder with real appetite for high quality wildlife filmmaking.
Ben Morrison - With a combined film and biology background, a Masters in both Wildlife Filmmaking and Wild Animal Biology, and a degree in Marine Biology, experienced in research, development, script-writing, camera operation, sound recording, editing and post-production sound. Looking to find work as a researcher.
Bertie Gregory - A 21-year-old aspiring professional wildlife photographer, film-maker and presenter. His film West Coast Adventure was nominated for the Youth Award at this year's Wildscreen Panda Awards
César Luiz Leite - A Brazillian biologist with an MA in Wildlife Filmmaking in Bristol. With strong communication skills, he is able to work as a researcher/field assistant for Portuguese, English, French and Spanish speaking countries - specially in Brazil with a wide variety of contacts from top scientists to local villagers and with access to locations and new stories.
Kire Godal - Award winning filmmaker who makes natural history and conservation films on Africa, as well as commercial and promotional films for African companies and NGO's
Sara Nilsson - A neuroscience graduate with an MA in “Documentary and Features” filmmaking at UWE in Bristol.
Aje Unni - Energetic, passionate and charming wildlife presenter and filmmaker.
Q+A producer of Wildscreen 2014.
Annie Bates - Producer/Assistant Producer with specialities in CGI animation and drama. She's very lovely too.
Petra Regent - Executive Producer, Scriptwriter and generally very marvellous! :)
There's basic FREE membership for all here or for a much more comprehensive listing, Profile Page and additional benefits, become a full member: Wildlife-film.com/freelancers or Wildlife-film.com/companies
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