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Nick Adams

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Nick Adams

Bristol
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7805 626 492

Email: n-j-adams@hotmail.co.uk

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Nick is 23 year old photographer and filmmaker specialising in Natural History and Travel.

With a degree in Biological Sciences from the University of Exeter, and conservation experience in the field, Nick has a strong understanding of wildlife and the natural world. He is currently studying for an MA in Wildlife Filmmaking at UWE, in association with the BBC Natural History Unit in Bristol.

He has gained work experience with a number of production companies in Bristol including Doghouse Post Production, Icon Films, Five Films and most recently Ammonite Films.

He enjoys living and working in extreme environments and has taken part in numerous expeditions to places such as the Moroccan Atlas Mountains, the Pyrenees, Indian Himalaya and has spent a winter working in the French Alps.

He also has a love of the ocean, and holds a number of qualifications in boat handling, sailing and scuba diving.

He has won multiple awards for his photography, including runner up in Earth Touch's 2016 competition and has had photographs featured by BBC Earth.

He is experienced in using DSLR's, Sony FS5 / FS700 /A7s, GoPro's, Phantom Drones and trail cameras.

He is also a competent editor with Adobe Premier Pro.


Yusuf Akhtar

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Yusuf Akhtar

Yusuf Akhtar

London
United Kingdom

Email: info@yusufakhtar.co.uk

Website: www.yusufakhtar.co.uk

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Yusuf Akhtar is a passionate filmmaker & photographer based in London, UK.

He has a keen interest in wildlife and the natural world.

Inspired by the creativity and style of documentaries presented by popular wildlife filmmakers, he has developed a passion for creating presenter led wildlife documentaries telling the stories of some of his favorite species with the hope of inspiring others to love and protect them.


Robbie I'Anson Price

Robbie I'Anson Price

30 Limebrest Avenue
Thornton Cleveleys FY5 5AT
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7754 103 743

Email: rjip905@gmail.com

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An energetic and dynamic film maker, currently working on various independent projects.

Robbie's background is in zoology and conservation with special interest in animal behaviour.

He is easy and fun to work with and loves big challenges.

  • Experience in remote environments including South African bushveld and the French Alps.
  • Experience in science radio broadcasting and podcasting.
  • Extensive work in scientific research with special interest in animal behaviour.
  • Proficient in various video and audio editing software.

Currently working in behavioural research at the University of Bristol but with time to work in a Bristol based media position. He is looking to expand his experience within wildlife film making through various possible routes.


Ryan Atkinson

Ryan Atkinson

Ryan Atkinson

8 Hazeldene Avenue
Cardiff CF244QP
South Wales
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7849 812 500

Email: ryan@racmedia.co.uk

Website: www.racmedia.co.uk

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Based in south wales and specializing in location based and challenging environments camera assisting and operating, I work as a camera assistant and junior operator across the UK. I have experience and credits ranging from music videos to independent documentaries, specialist factual to primetime entertainment and more recently big budget drama. With 3 years of experience camera assisting, 1 year of experience in kit hire, and around 24 years of experience of being in the outdoors and getting muddy and uncomfortable, I'd like to think I'm well suited to my chosen area of natural history, adventure and travel programming. I might not have every zoological qualification under the sun (in fact, short of watching most wildlife documentaries that exist, I have none) but what I lack in the BSc (Hons) department, I more than make up for in energy, passion, work ethic and a willingness to get stuck in with improvisation and innovation to get the absolute best results of any shooting situation. I thrive on the challenge of filming in torrential rain, particularly on the side of a precipitous drop. I love to prove skeptical producers wrong when they get their heart set on a shot they don't think possible.


David Barker

David Barker

United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7738 408 470

Email: debarker.contact@gmail.com

I am a budding Sound Recordist developing my career and I am looking for both sound recording and production assistant work.

Currently I am working freelance for a London based production company as a Technical Manager looking after all of the camera and lighting equipment as well as recording sound on shoots and handling Data.

I am used to travelling, working long hours and I’m always ready to assist with any aspect of production, a valuable asset on any shoot.

Since achieving a first class BSc (Hons) degree in professional sound and video technology I have developed a long and varied experience in Live Sound, Audio Post production, Sound FX design and Acoustics working in both full-time and freelance positions.

I have a keen interest in photography and thoroughly enjoy working outdoors.

I am keen to get involved with productions abroad and in remote and varied environments


Abbie Barnes

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Abbie Barnes

Song Thrush Productions
Somerset
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7900 974 414

Email: abbie@songthrushproductions.co.uk

Website: www.songthrushproductions.co.uk

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Abbie is a 20-year-old semi-professional filmmaker, presenter, and adventurer specialising in promotional shorts and wildlife conservation and expedition-style films. In late 2012 she established the production company Song Thrush Productions and currently produces every aspect of her work, from research, script writing, filming, presenting and editing.

Her work has since gained national and international recognition and she has produced films around the world for companies and events of all shapes and sizes, from the United Nations and Jurassic Coast UNESCO team, to town councils and educational charities. Her work has been screened at major events such as the Paris Climate Meetings in 2015 (COP21) and Jurassic Coast seminars.

Abbie is an enthusiastic long-distance backpacker, traditional archer, trail runner, climber, dog-lover and more. She is a trained mountain leader, qualified PADI Open Water Diver and fitness instructor, and experienced bushcraft instructor.

Through every aspect of her work, be it film, radio, photography or public speaking, she aims to encourage her audience to ‘Spend More Time In The WILD’, passionately communicating environmental messages and the importance of spending time in nature for physical and emotional wellbeing.


Nicholas Barrington Haynes

Nicholas Barrington Haynes

Westbrook House
Gillingham
Dorset SP8 5NQ
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7786 326 168

Email: n.barrington.haynes@gmail.com

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Nicholas is a farmer looking for a start in the world of wildlife film making as a runner or assistant, and eventually as a camera operator.

Having spent most of his life farming, he is extremely used to long hours, and hard work.

It has also given him a lot of experience of working with and around animals.

He is very passionate about nature, adventure and the chance to get to see anything new or difficult to find.

He is an experienced traveler, and is never happier then when he is outside.

He is always available and willing to work anywhere, will put everything he can into every project, and will do it all with a smile on his face.


Franziska Baur

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Franziska Baur

Aignerstrasse 2
Munich
Bavaria 81541
Germany

Phone: +49 17 666 750 088

email: franziska.baur@gmail.com

I am a 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.


Sabine Bernert
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Sabine Bernert

Neuilly-sur-Seine
France

Phone: +33 6 20 754 285

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Wildlife and conservation writer and photographer.


Marcus Brent-Smith

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Marcus Brent-Smith

Oxfordshire
United Kingdom

Email: marcusbrentsmith@hotmail.com

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Freelance camera assistant.

Marcus worked in TV production for three years in various roles for various companies including the BBC, Endemol and IWC so has wide-ranging skills and experience. He's now focusing on camera work and has worked with a wide range of equipment and in most genres of production. He has shot interviews, GVs, actuality and taster tapes on the EX3 and XF305. Most recently, Marcus has been working in the Peruvian Amazon rainforest as a photographer and videographer. He has expert local knowledge, speaks Spanish and has learnt a great deal about Neotropical fauna. He also has experience with tree rigging and climbing and good rainforest guiding skills. Marcus has a degree in Biological Sciences with Honours in Zoology. His field skills are good and he's perfectly happy with long hours and harsh environments. He also specialises in timelapse photography and his work has featured on the BBC.

Marcus also works as a camera operator and stills photographer.

Please get in touch if you feel he could be of use.


Richard Brooks

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Richard Brooks

Richard Brooks

Lightning Strike Media Productions
Koror
Palau

Phone: +680 488 6958

Email: richardwbrooks66@gmail.com

Website: www.lightningstrikeproductions.co.uk

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Media Producer based in Palau.

Experienced Underwater Cameraman, Time-lapser and UAV pilot.

Pre and Post Production.

Interviews.

Local fixer.

Photographer.


Abigail Brown

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Abigail Brown

St. Mary's Cottage
Main Street
Carnforth
North Yorkshire LA6 3HF
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7727 673 449

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Email: abigail-brown21@hotmail.co.uk

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With an academic background in both science and wildlife film-making, and experience in individually researching, producing, filming and editing both wildlife and human-based documentaries, I feel I can offer skills and abilities that span the entire production process.

  • Camera/filming experience includes pure wildlife documentaries, interview style, long lens, macro, timelapse.
  • Experienced in the use of Final Cut Pro and Adobe Premiere Pro
  • 6 month researcher role with Nutshell Productions
  • Runner experience with Films@59

I am a very keen and hard-working individual looking for runner/assistant/researcher roles.


Katharina Brown

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Katharina Brown

Plymouth
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7855 865 320

Email: katharinabrown1@yahoo.co.uk

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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.


Santiago Cabral

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Santiago Cabral

Sarandi 980
Maldonado
Punta del Este 20000
Uruguay

Phone: +598 99 744 502

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Email: santiago.n.cabral@gmail.com

Website: www.santiagoncabral.com

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Camera Operator/DOP/Assistant.


David Nuno do Cabo Cachopo

David Nuno do Cabo Cachopo

Storylines
Rua da eira nº 47 3º esq
Lisbon 1495-050
Portugal

Phone: +351 914 110 984

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Email: d.cachopo@gmail.com

Website: dcachopo.wix.com/davidcachopo

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Freelance Photographer/Camera Operator/Camera Assistant.

I'm a passionate stills photographer. I shoot from wildlife, nature, landscape to portrait and live shows. I'm learning and developing my skills in timelapsing. I have a degree in Cinema, video and multimedia communication.

Some professional experience as studio cameraman and camera assistant as well as production assistant.

Nature and wildlife is what I'm committed with right now. I want to produce strong and emotionful images in order for people to relate and care about mother nature.


George Close

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George Close

Haslemere
Surrey
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7799 643 553

Email: georgehjclose@gmail.com

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I have decided to put my immediate natural history broadcast ambitions on hold and to pursue a career in environmental law. Coupling the skills acquired from my undergraduate degree and employment history, I hope to create a strong foundation, enabling me to excel on my new pursuit into law. Studying zoology helped me develop the ability to critically analyse, concisely synthesise and clearly portray information in a persuasive manner. Similarly, the structure of researching and producing television and radio has taught me how to refine speech and define a clear narrative when presenting a subject.

By no means have I lost my interest in broadcast media, and I hope as my career develops I will be able tie these two interests together and pursue them in parallel. All being well, my law experience will provide a unique insight into natural history and human world documentary presenting.

Furthermore, relating to broadcast media, I am a hardworking and personable individual that is always looking for part-time or fixed term contract opportunities during my legal studies. With my scientific and new legal knowledge, I can be a useful asset to any projects which require some relevant research or coordination.

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Karla Munguia Colmenero

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Karla Munguia Colmenero

Jesus del Monte, Mexico

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Karla is a wildlife Camerawoman, Journalist and Presenter from Mexico, recently returned from 3 years in South Africa. Her work behind camera includes the Animal Planet Series 'Shamwari: A Wild Life', aired in Africa, Europe, Asia, the Middle East and USA. Her camerawork also includes a series currently showing on NatGeo in Australia and other countries, called Wild and Woolly, the story of a baby elephant and his best friend, a sheep!
Karla is also an enthusiastic Presenter, who came second place at the first ever 'Wildscreen's Got Talent' competition in 2010, and is fluent in both Spanish and English.
She is a level 5 SSI Scuba Diver including Night Limited Visibility Specialty.
Her latest project, an independent film made for sharing on the internet, called A Zoo Next Door, tells the story of a man keeping big cats in the back of his house and her journey to find international help to relocate the 'zoo' animals.
Karla is keen to increase her wildlife film making experiences and so would be very happy to be an assistant on any interesting projects too!


Aaron Cook

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Aaron Cook

Reading
Berkshire
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7769 660 565

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Email: aaroncooktv@gmail.com

Website: www.aaroncooktv.co.uk

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Aaron is a freelance filmmaker, specialising in behind the scenes documentaries. He is a team player, wanting to share knowledge and learn from those around him. He is drawn to the outdoors in all weather conditions and likes to explore natural landscapes. He was in the territorial army and learnt valuable kit management, weather proofing and sleep deprivation skills.

He has filmed in China, Australia, Norway and across Europe. He is practiced in making timelapses, long lens work, high speed and is a qualified UAV Pilot. This allows him to capture stunning aerial footage with small unmanned surveillance drones, weighing up to 20kg. Additionally he has completed both RAPS skydiving and PADI Scuba diving courses. In his limited 'spare time' he continues to make short films and shoots archive footage.

Owning a Sony FS7 with a Canon 100-400mm, 24-105, Rokinon 16mm. A 550d with motion control technology for timelapses and a Mavic Pro Drone, enables Aaron to capture a large focal range with a variety of perspectives.

Website Link: www.aaroncooktv.co.uk


Sophie Cook

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Sophie Cook

Bristol
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7846 586 225

Email: sophie.cook890@gmail.com

Would like to learn more about wildlife film industry and start from the beginning.

Have amateur photography skills, would like to begin by taking courses or gaining experience in the field/workplace.

Have experience in event management, production, event photography etc.


Gemma Costin

Gemma Costin

Kent
United Kingdom

Email: costinpowers@hotmail.co.uk

Available for work as a Runner or Assistant. I can offer enthusiasm, patience, a desire to learn, and overall have a good work ethic.

A bit about me... I currently have an internship with EcoStorm working 2 days a week and am seeking extra work to compliment this. I am available Wednesdays to Sundays.

Educated to degree level I have a 1st in BSc Environmental Science. Recently I attended a Wildeye course - 'An Introduction to Wildlife Filmmaking', which I thoroughly enjoyed and have consequently booked up on a further two courses - Research & Production, and the Wildlife Camera Operator course. I am also applying to do my Masters in Wildlife Filmmaking next year.

Work wise I have previous experience with Sky Media, the Environment Agency and the RSPB. I volunteer with the Wildlife Trust in my spare time and have also worked on a volunteer placement with Ocean Spirits monitoring and protecting leatherback turtles.

I am passionate about wildlife and the environment. It is my ambition to one day make films that not only show how fascinating nature is but that also highlight the fragility of it. My aim is to document the human impact on the earths species and ecosystems whilst bringing a positive message of what we can all do to help conserve them.

If you have any Runner work/Assistant roles available I would love to hear from you.


Dominic Davies

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Dominic Davies

DDWildlife
4 Church Fold
Charlesworth
Glossop
Derbyshire SK13 5EU
United Kingdom


Phone: +44 (0)7951 131 544

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Email: dom.davies@outlook.com

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If you asked my friends and family to describe me, the first thing they would say is Dom is obsessed with animals. Since a young age I have had a fascination with the Natural World, and as I have grown older capturing it has become my passion, and hopefully one day my vocation!

I've been lucky enough to travel extensively, and this has truly inspired me and my work. In Asia I have lived in the mountains of Nepal and worked with tigers in Thailand. In Africa I have worked to conserve lion populations in Zambia and trekked to see the Mountain Gorillas in Uganda. These experiences and the people I have met along the way have been truly amazing, and have given me a great insight in to different cultures and ways of life which I have tried to translate in my photos.

I'm also facinated by the abundance of wildlife at home in the UK, right on my own doorstep. During my time working as a Ghillie in the Outer Hebrides was a great chance to capture the last remaing bits of wild space we have left n the UK and a chance to come close to some amazing British Wildlife.

For the past year I have been volunteering at The Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust's Martin Mere Centre in Lancashire. As well as being home a large collection of foreign and native water birds, Martin Mere also attracts thousands of migrating species throughout the year and is ever changing with the seasons. Its my job to capture footage of both residents and visitors for their Wildlife Weekly Episodes and bring a taste of what's happening in the natural world, and how you can see it.

Next on my adventures is a 6 month trip around Asia before heading to New Zealand to live and work. Along the way I will be updating this site with pictures and videos, and I'm hoping to capture some spectacular sights!

Thank you for visiting my website. I hope you enjoy it and please get in touch with any questions you may have.


Paul Dimmock

23 Campion Close
Robinswood
Gloucester
Gloucestershire GL4 6YQ
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7921 848 447

Email: pjdimmock@hotmail.com

Website: about.me/pjdimmock & pbshowfolio.com/pjdimmock

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A Camera Operator / Assistant with production experience and a wildlife photography background.

Studied BA (Hons) Marine and Natural History + MA TV Production at University College Falmouth.

Work on wildlife projects in research, development and as camera operator.

ADV scuba diver with experience in underwater photography and educating children/students in marine flora and fauna as well as photographic techniques.


Denes Dobai

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Denes Dobai

44 Waltham Gardens
Banbury
Oxfordshire OX16 4FD
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7445 443 829

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Based in Oxfordshire/Banbury. I moved to the UK from Hungary in 2008.

I am a very enthusiastic sound recordist, film and music maker.

I make and record my own music and sounds and original sound-scapes in several different genres for my mainly wildlife and/or travel documentaries.I try to take every opportunity to learn about these professions.

I am basically interested in anything connected to wildlife film making/travel documentaries/conservation film-making but particularly seeking an entry position in any type of field work, like camera work/sound recording or in studio editing/post production both visual and audio. I am feeling very comfortable on the field even in rough conditions.

I am an advanced user of the Adobe After Effects/Premiere Pro and Photoshop and Ableton LiveSuite/Native Instrument Komplete applications and many third party plugins both audio and video.


James Dunbar

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James Dunbar

133 Gloucester Road
Bristol BS7 8AX
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7794 798 430

Email: james@jamesdunbarphotography.com

Website: www.jamesdunbarphotography.com

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I am a freelance photographer and camera operator looking for any entry level position. Ideally camera assisting work, however I can happily fulfil the role of runner or jr. researcher.

  • I have some professional experience, working at Ammonite as a researcher and camera assistant.
  • I am a zoologist; therefore I can read, interpret, digest and explain complex scientific concepts from primary sources. And thus fulfil the position of a researcher. Furthermore I have done research for both Sky and Ammonite, the former as part of a work experience placement and the latter as part of paid employment.
  • I have very good knowledge of insects and arachnids, with a particular emphasis on ants.
  • I have a masterís degree with distinction from the University of Salford where I learned the basics of wildlife film-making.
  • I produce my own short sequences about wildlife. My aim is to film common, but rarely seen behaviour in order to educate people about invertebrate life around us. I filmed this sequence showing a raft spider laying eggs (a behaviour filmed by me for the first time) received an honourable mention in 2013ís British Wildlife Photographer of the year Awards. I have also made this sequence about mating and courtship in the common daddy longlegs. I am currently in the process of finishing off two more films on orb spiders and water boatmen.
  • I also shoot stills.

Artemis Evlogimenou

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Artemis Evlogimenou

London
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7972 694 792

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Email: evlogimenou.arte@gmail.com

Website: www.artevlo.com

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I am a qualified HSE underwater camera operator and have recently passed a Marine Biology Level 3 course with Distinction.

I look forward to working closely with marine biologists and conservationists and in further developing my experience in underwater filming as well as my theoretical knowledge and research skills.

I have filmed underwater for Aloha Dive Centre (Cyprus), for the charity Liquid Vibrations (UK) and I volunteer for the Marine Conservation Society as an Educational Workshop Facilitator.

In the past few years I have been working closely with various charities and educational organisations creating short documentaries for them, in order to help them promote the goals and achievements of short or yearlong projects. I also have a broad experience of filming large-scale shows and concerts for live broadcasts and post production.

Experienced on: RED Epic, ARRI ALEXA, C300, C100, Sony EX3, Panasonic DMC-GH4R, DSLRs

Languages: English & Greek - Native Speaker, Spanish - Proficient, Italian - Conversational


Felicity Flashman

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Felicity Flashman

Felicity Flashman Photography
40 Long Grove
Seer Green
Beaconsfield
Bucks HP9 2GN
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7561 462 106

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Email: felicity@felicityflashmanphotography.co.uk

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I am a third year undergraduate at the Falmouth University studying Marine and Natural History photography.

As an ambitious professional wildlife photographer and film-maker. I have varied work experience from scuba diving (Qualified Rescue Diver) to wedding photography.

I welcome new challenges and enjoy working with all age groups.

Recent photography shoots undertaken for my third year finals have reaffirmed my commitment to photography and conservation with the aims of bringing these images to a wider audience.


Sara Frost

Sara Frost

Sara Frost

Clachan Seil
Oban PA34 4TJ
Scotland
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7527 303 901

Email: sarafrost@live.co.uk

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Sara is a Zoologist, Writer and Speaker.

With 4 years of presenting experience she has presented anywhere from on live television and radio to museums and schools. She is currently a Senior Wildlife Officer for ORCA and works on a mini-cruise ferry in the North Sea, surveying marine mammals and presenting to on board guests about whale and dolphin conservation. Recent work includes guiding both BBC film crew for The One Show and Ray Mears on current documentaries. Previous to this, Sara has been the President of Newcastle Universityís Zoological Society, a Wildlife Guide and Presenter on a Whale Watching boat in Scotland and a Wildlife Rehabilitator in Canada - working with black bears, coyotes, raccoons and much more.

Sara also excels with the written word and is currently writing a book about wildlife conservation in Canada. She has worked as a Features Journalist for a newspaper and has recently published an article in the UK Wolf Conservation Trust magazine, in addition to producing, narrating and editing a wolf biology DVD.

A hardy traveller, Sara has backpacked all over the world from +40įc in the Sahara Desert to -40įc in the Yukon Territories. She is never afraid of hard work and always researching her next expedition. Relative new comer looking to gain more work and experience.

  • Interested in: Presenting, Public Speaking, Researching, Writing, Editing.
  • What I can offer: Passion for communicating science and Natural History subjects in an enthusiastic manner, flexibility, wildlife guiding and experience working in remote locations.

Jonathan Gahan

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Jonathan Gahan

33 Elmsmere Road
Stoke-on-Trent
Staffordshire ST2 8EF
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7971 653 843

Email: jonathan.gahan@btinternet.com

I am looking for work as an Assistant/Runner, researcher or to offer my knowledge.

I have over 13 years of working with environmental organisations in the UK such as MAFF, DEFRA, AONB's, Scottish Natural Heritage and Wildlife Trusts. I have specialised in grassland management such as wildflower meadow creation. I have experience of working with Ospreys and Red Squirrels in the UK, Whooping Cranes in the USA and Lemurs in Madagascar. I also have experience of other Malagasy wildlife such as chameleons amphibians, tortoises and other mammals. I also have experience of a wide range of African chameleons.

I have a BSc from the Royal Agricultural University and an MSc in Environmental Protection and Management from Edinburgh University.

I am also a keen photographer.


Christopher Gent

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Christopher Gent

Redland, Bristol, UK

Phone: +44 (0)7706 809 571

Email: cg500@yahoo.com

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Chris is a creative and adventurous recent university graduate, adept at FCP editing and multi-form filmmaking, and looking to specialise in wildlife and travel documentaries.

He has just completed an MA in Wildlife Documentary Production which taught him specialist camera skills including long lens, macro and timelapse, as well as providing him with the knowledge and wherewithal to conduct in-depth Wildlife research.

Two years experience backpacking overseas including filming brown bears in Alaska, independently planning excursions to the Mosquito Coast, and driving through Cambodia by motorcyle.

Ideally seeking an entry position as camera assistant or a role in research.

Recent employment:

  • June 19th-June 22nd 2012 - Passion Pictures, Runner.
  • May 2012 - UK Wildlife Film School, Base Camp Supervisor/Assistant Instructor for 30 day student production course on Isle of Skye.

Frankie Gibb

Frances Gibb

United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7943 925 007

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Assistant in any field of wildlife film.

I am particularly interested in camera work.


Danielle Godwin

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Danielle Godwin

Danielle Godwin

Bristol
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7515 557 443

Email: dgodwinhome@msn.com

Website: www.danigodwin.co.uk

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MA Wildlife Filmmaking graduate with highly commended camerawork, film and photography featured in various national competitions (BBC Wildlife Magazine, British Wildlife Photography Awards, BBC Big Screen).

I have recently completed Masters degree in Wildlife Filmmaking at UWE (partnership BBC NHU). This degree has provided me with a wide range of skills, which include research and recce, idea development, scriptwriting, camera operation, lighting, sound recording, editing and liaising with contributors.

I have extensive travel experience and have worked with various charities and organisations. I also have qualifications in animal behavior, which cover a wide range of topics and a degree in Graphic Design, which enables me to develop ideas with a different creative perspective.

I am a highly motivated, enthusiastic and cheerful individual with strong organisational and team skills. I love to travel and explore the natural world and have a passion for creating strong storylines.

The Bristol Fox is a short film that I have produced and filmed for my final project, which aims to challenge the stereotype foxes have been given within the urban environment. To run alongside that film, I created the 'Bristol Foxwatch' website: www.bristolfoxwatch.co.uk


Alex Goetz

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Alex Goetz

Toledo
Ohio
USA

Phone: +1 440 371 0554

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Alex Goetz is a wildlife filmmaker and photographer, who has been recognized by Nat Geo Wild as winner of their 2016 "Wild to Inspire" film competition for the short film, "To The Explorers," and a 2015 finalist for the Nat Geo Wild "Wild to Inspire" Film Competition for the short film, "Living Isle."

An Ohio native whose travels have taken him filming two-time Emmy nominated PBS documentary, "Saving the Tasmanian Devil," in the countryside of Tasmania, to the vibrant islands of the Caribbean, and road-tripping around four amazing African countries. Alex is a 2013 graduate from Bowling Green State University, with a degree in Film Production and Environmental Science.

SKILLS:

Camera: Arri Alexa, Sony FS5, Sony A7S II, Sony A7r II, Canon C100, Blackmagic Production Camera, Panasonic GH4, Canon 5D mk III, Gopro cameras 


Sound: Sennheiser microphones, Rode microphones, Zoom H6 recorder, Zoom H1, Zoom H4n


Editing: Adobe Creative Cloud Suite (Premiere Pro, After Effects, Lightroom, etc), Final Cut Pro 7 and X


Rigs/Stabilizers/Drone: DJI Ronin, Zhiyun-Tech Crane-M 3-Axis Handheld Gimbal Stabilizer, DJI Phantom 4 Pro


Techniques: High speed, long lens, macro, low light


Robert Glowacky

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Robert Glowacky

46 Northrup Drive
Brentwood
New Hampshire 03833
USA

Phone: +1 603 775 7568

Email: rglowacky@outlook.com

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Freelance Filmmaker specializing in camera work and editing.

Recent MA Wildlife Filmmaking graduate, a program co-created by the BBC's NHU and UWE Bristol.

Have worked with a variety of organizations from charities to broadcasters.

Looking to tell compelling stories about the natural world and those that call it home.


Samuel Gonzalez

Samuel Gonzalez

203a Lea Bridge Road
London E10 7PN
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7771 540 636

Email: dky00@hotmail.com

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Graduate in MA TV Production 2010/2011 at University College Falmouth, UK.

Interested in working as production assistant or researcher in wildlife, natural history and travel documentaries.

Already with experience as Series Researcher in a 10x60 travel show for National Geographic.

Also able to shoot and record sound.

Experienced in post production paperwork.

Used to work with P/Ds in the edit suites.

I speak fluent Spanish (mother tongue) and good Portuguese. I love being underwater, I am a certified PADI Divemaster and Master Scuba Diver.


Bryan Grayson

Bryan Grayson

Plane Viewing
39 The Vineries
Burgess Hill
West Sussex RH150ND
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)1444 870894

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An enthusiastic, hard working and dedicated documentary cameraman and film-maker, I am the only UK finalist to be selected from over 34000 world wide applicants for the 2006 Animal Planet 'Unearthed' series. Being skilled in underwater, aerial and night filming including the use of infrared cameras this makes me highly adaptable for various filming productions. I have successfully taken on subjects including pop, reality TV shows and corporate/ charitable films to complement my wildlife filming. I am also proficient in the use of Final Cut Pro editing programmes and am always keen to take on new challenges. I always maintain a professional attitude to my work and have the patience, discipline and adaptability to produce the highest quality footage that is needed for todayās markets. I interact well with other members of the production team as well as being able to work alone on my own initiative. Having demonstrated the highest levels of motivation to successfully meet the tightest of deadlines and budgets I am unfazed with working long and unsocial hours in the most difficult of conditions. As a fully qualified aircraft engineer, I am inventive and use my sound electrical and mechanical knowledge to successfully develop solutions to production problems with minimum cost. Having a desire to succeed I have attended a variety of courses and have a broad knowledge of producing, directing, camerawork, lighting and editing skills.


Tom Greenhalgh

Tom Greenhalgh

82 Hurst Road
Sidcup
Kent DA15 9AF
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7999 408 157

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A zoology graduate and wildlife camera/field assistant with experience and passion for nature and science.

Looking for researcher roles in the wildlife documentary industry.


Nardine Groch

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Nardine Groch

Nardine Groch

Bristol
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7823 649 120

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Nardine is an environmental journalist, radio producer and wildlife photographer from Australia. She has travelled to many wild places, from Svalbard to the Amazon, to work alongside scientists and photograph animals in their natural environment.

She has worked as an animal presenter at Zoos Victoria for nine years and in 2010 produced a short film about lions through the Wildlife Film Academy in South Africa. More recently, Nardine has worked as a researcher and features writer for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC). Last year she produced a radio documentary for ABC Radio National's PocketDocs program, The Whale Aria, where she used her own classically trained soprano voice to compare whale and human song.

She has qualifications in Creative writing, Zoology and Environmental Journalism and last year spent her final semester in Copenhagen where she gained media accreditation to attend the UNFCCC COP21 in Paris as a freelance journalist.

Her focus is to use the creative mediums of radio, tv and interactive online to engage audiences in compelling wildlife, environmental and conservation storytelling that will better explore the human relationship with the natural world.

Nardine is currently studying on the BBC Natural History Unit affiliated Masters of Wildlife Filmmaking at UWE in Bristol, where she is further developing her skills in storytelling, camera, sound, editing and field craft.


Alex Gunn

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Alex Gunn

Flat 27 Stirling Court
Tavistock Street
Covent Garden
London WC2E 7NU
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7411 728 582

Email: ajgunn.media@gmail.com

Website: www.alexandergunn.weebly.com

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Camera operator & assistant and all round handy man based in London. Over 3 years experience working the Natural History, drama and corporate scene.

Core Skills:

Self Shooter:

  • Sony PMW Ex1, Ex3, F55, Photron High Speed, Canon C100, C300, XF305, 7d, 5d mark ii/iii, Panasonic Gh2, Gh3, AF101, Black Magic, Red One Scarlet and a variety of GoPro setups
  • Time Lapse: Fully trained DSLR Time Lapse shooter
  • Editor: Adobe Premiere, Final Cut Pro, Avid
  • Sound: Location, studio, interviews
  • Lighting: Location, studio and arena rig design and tech
  • Computer Skills: Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, Flash Design, Word, Excel, PowerPoint
  • Researcher: Strong online and offline researching ability

I am a London Wildlife Trust volunteer and a solid country born man with a strong connection to nature and her mischief.

Huge lover of hard work.

Available now for projects.


Harry Hall

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Harry Hall

Harry Hall

Harry Hall Photography
Kelham Farm
Main St.
Southwell NG25 0XG
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7794 334 463

Email: harryhallphoto@gmail.com

Website: www.harryhallphotography.co.uk

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I have always had a passion for wildlife and I feel at home when in the outdoors.

I have professional experience of recording HD video and sound of both wildlife and presenter on location and experience shooting with jib crane equipment.

Although a technical all rounder, I am most comfortable when behind the lens. I shoot and edit all my personal projects on a Canon 5D Mark II but can quickly adapt to using other camera set ups.

I volunteered on a South African wildlife reserve which gave me knowledge of animal tracking, field craft techniques, behavioural observation and assisted with species monitoring and relocation.

Skills

  • Camera Operation
  • Stills Photography (Canon, Nikon and Sony proficient)
  • Jib Crane Operation
  • Mac and PC literate
  • Studio and location lighting
  • Adobe creative suite; Photoshop, Lightroom, Premiere Pro
  • Final Cut Pro
  • Field Craft/ Tracking
  • PADI diving License

Robbie Harman

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Robbie Harman

Robbie Harman

70 Layton Road
Brentford
Middlesex TW8 0PU
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7821 091 553

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With a longstanding passion for wildlife that began before he could walk, Robbie has always known that his life would revolve around wildlife. As he matured, he realised the best way to help the natural world was to pass on his passion to others through the medium of film. Aspiring to be a wildlife presenter but currently would like to immerse himself in the industry in any and all sectors given the opportunity.

Since then he has graduated with a Zoology degree, including an open unit in maths, and then went on to graduate with a Masters in Global Wildlife Health & Conservation. Throughout the Masters he performed weekly presentations in front of the class and other academics. Furthermore he completed a dissertation, entitled "The features associated with high viewing figures in wildlife films & the role of conservation", to determine what is needed to make a 'successful' documentary and ways of incorporating conservation into these without detrimentally affecting the viewing figures.

Recently travelled for six months across four continents researching the wildlife in each location and making it his mission to capture it on film. He filmed cassowaries, Komodo dragons and pigmy marmosets in the wild (amongst many other species). Whilst travelling, Robbie also became a certified Advanced Open Water Diver. Since returning, he has taken to editing the vast quantity of footage with the aim of creating some of his own short wildlife films.


Dick Harrewijn

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Dick Harrewijn

Utrecht
The Netherlands

Phone: +31 (031)206 37 47 57

Mobile: +31 (0)6 18 18 26 55

Email: ik@dickharrewijn.com

Website: www.dickharrewijn.com & www.iawf.org.uk

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Being a documentary cameraman for years I've specialised mainly in National History.

Next to this I have developed good experience as a Camera Assistant and Sound Recordist.

From the start of my first days in Film making Iíve gained much experience from pre- to post-production. Iím best described as a young cameraman with good knowledge of post production workflows and decent knowledge of the natural world.

Work at an equipment rental company and post production facility brought me good knowledge of both. Equipment-wise this has brought me good experience all sorts of cameras like the Red One, Alexa and DSLR. With the experience in such cameras, I have worked a lot as digital Clapper-loader on Dutch feature films an commercials.

I'd love to work story driven. I believe thats the only way. I love to work in teams but Iím very capable of working on my own as well. Iím self driven, fast in troubleshooting and always in search of new adventures!


Rebecca Hart

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Rebecca (Becky) Hart

2 Old Manor Farm
West End, Long Clawson
Melton Mowbray
Leicestershire LE14 4PE
UK (with a base in South Africa)


Phone: +44 (0) 7824 702 327

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Email: rebeccahartmedia@gmail.com

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Becky is a dynamic camera operator/editor with an infectious passion for wildlife, conservation and adventure. She completed her BSc in Environmental Science and MSc in Climate Change before travelling to South Africa to focus on wildlife film and photography.

Becky is experienced filming in the African bush. Her camera work includes extensive hours of LIVE wildlife broadcast with WildEarth.Tv and editing video diaries for their internet channel. Camera credits include a number of short corporate videos and documentary series: 3D Kalahari Meerkats and T.I.A – This Is Africa 3D.

She is a qualified Field Guide under FGASA, Cyber Tracker and S.M.A.R.T Wilderness First Aider.

Becky has a great enthusiasm for anything that involves adventure and thinking outside the box! She designed her personal website as an avenue to explore and develop as a filmmaker and photographer and is currently operating on a freelance basis.

Always on the lookout for work as a camera operator and/or editor and is happy to act as an assistant in any exciting projects. Based in the UK Becky has an additional base in South Africa where she has spent a lot of time filming over the past 3 years. She is keen for worldwide travel and has filmed in Canada and Alaska!

Camera operating experience primarily includes: Sony NXCAM | Sony Z7 | 3D Panasonic Z10K | 2D/3D GoPro | DSLR| Canon 7D (personal camera) | Basic Heli Cam Experience | Basic Sound Recording | LIVE Broadcast

Editing experience primarily includes: Final Cut Studio | Adobe Photoshop | Adobe Lightroom


Ross Harvey

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Ross Harvey

Hotwells
Bristol
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7846 889 374

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Email: rossharvey89@gmail.com

Website: www.roscoeharvey.com

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I am a keen and hard working individual, with a passion for filmmaking of all kinds.

I have developed my skills and learning through a BA degree in filmmaking to arc along the interest of wildlife and adventure with my eyes now set on completing a BBC affiliated Masters degree in Wildlife filmmaking, with the intention of beginning my career thereafter.

I have a wide range of camera experience and sound recording, working with various clients including, Slapstick Festival, Somerset wildlife trust, Specsavers, and Exeter Chiefs Rugby Club. I Also have a good knowledge of editing, with the ability to use Adobe Premiere Pro and Final Cut Pro, as well as sound editing with Pro-Tools.

Before setting into film-making, I spent 8 years working in the retail industry. The communication and management skills picked up during that time have translated well for work in an environment that requires a high-level of communication and team work.


Lewis Hayes

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Lewis Hayes

Red Wolf Productions
West Molesey
Surrey
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7727 210 225

Email: Lewisahayes@hotmail.com

Website: www.redwolfproductions.co.uk

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I am an enthusiastic camera operator and photographer, with a passion for the Natural World and Conservation.

I am looking to assist with wildlife documentaries and gain experience to help pursue my career.

I have experience using telephoto and macro lenses, time lapse and high speed filming, whilst working on my own projects; however I would also like the opportunity to assist on other productions especially ones focused on conservation.

Please look at my website to see short films I have already made, my CV and the equipment I have had experience using.


Kilian Helmbrecht

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Kilian Helmbrecht

Hamburg
Germany

Phone: +49 15 789 349 746

Email: kilian@nichtgedreht.de

On my way to become a director I have worked as cameraman, assistant and additional editor for major broadcasters and am currently directing a smaller independently produced project.

I'm always keen to get involved into new ideas and as my passion covers every aspect of filmmaking, happy to contribute in the best way.


Agneta Heuman

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Agneta Heuman

Alte Landstrasse 100
Zollikon 8702
Switzerland

Phone: +41 793 659 350

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Motivated newcomer, constantly adding skills and experience.

Interested in assisting, editing, camera operation, research.

Background in biology.

What I can offer: An high degree of flexibility (can move quickly to new sites for work), experience in travelling and living under difficult conditions in remote areas (Africa, South America), extensive travel experience, 6 languages (English, German, Swedish, French, Spanish, Italian), physical fitness (I climb, mountaineer, run, row, ski).

Ready and willing to go anywhere in the world to work in the wildlife film business.


Matthew Hood

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Matthew Hood

HoodVisuals
279 Roy East
Montreal H2W 1M7
Quebec
Canada


Phone: +1 514 568 9236

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Email: matthewjrhood@gmail.com

Website: www.hoodvisuals.com

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Wildlife cinematographer, camera operator, still photographer.

Currently working on an Animal Planet project in Zimbabwe.


Sam Hopes

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Sam Hopes

Flat 3
2 Etloe Road
Westbury Park
Bristol BS6 7PF
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7595 644 582

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Email: samhopes88@gmail.com

Website: www.samhopes.tv

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I am a Bristol-based natural history camera assistant/second camera with experience on a range of cameras, particularly the Sony F5/F55. I am fully trained in the use of thermal and starlight cameras and have experience with a range of other equipment including tracks/sliders, jibs, basic lighting and sound. I am particularly interested in timelapse photography and high-speed filming.

I have good all-round biological knowledge and studied BSc Conservation Biology at UWE in Bristol. After graduating I worked as a research assistant and survey leader for Global Vision International in Costa Rica, performing data analysis and leading surveys of monkeys, marine turtles, and bird surveys by canoe.

Having had the opportunity to travel extensively, I am competent in a wide range of habitats from caves to coral reefs, and have particular experience in rainforests and tropical temperatures, having lived off-grid in the Costa Rican lowland rainforest for six months. I am a qualified PADI diver (Open Water) looking to further my dive skills and am hoping to complete a BCAP (canopy access course) in 2015.

I also have substantial post-production experience and DIT skills. I am familiar with 4K workflows and can use Adobe Premiere and FCP 7 at an advanced level, for tasks such as stabilisation, noise reduction, spot masking, colour-keying, footage conversion, grading (DaVinci Resolve) and timelapse assembly.

See recent credits on my Profile Page!


Bry-annie Rose Hughes

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Bry-annie Rose Hughes

Carlisle
Cumbria
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7833 254 170

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Wildlife film maker.

I am currently in my 3rd year of a wildlife media course at Cumbria university.

I have knowledge in ecology and biodiversity as well as media skills.


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Matthew Hutchings

Surbiton
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7701 016 767

Email: matthutchings@mail.com

Website: www.craveproductions.co.uk

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I am an experienced DIT within the television industry and have worked on a variety of formats throughout the industry.

I have specialised in media management and recording services and am now moving over to natural history.

I offer camera assistance, media management for PSC and fixed rig shoots and underwater assistance.


Tim Jeffree

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Tim Jeffree

Flat 9 Wilmot House
5 George Mathers Road
London SE11 4BQ
United Kingdom


Phone: +44 (0)7552 789 673

Email: tejeffree@gmail.com

Website: www.medium.com/@gua.milimongga

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I am a researcher and translator specialising in Chinese and Southeast Asian conservation, focusing on some of the world's most endangered species. I graduated from SOAS, University of London in 2014 with a First Class degree in Chinese and Indonesian, and the University of Liverpool in 2010 with a degree in Zoology.

Work experience within the media has included research for the BBC Natural History Unit, Oxford Scientific Films and Tigress Productions, and work as a production assistant on a Nutkhut short film. I have a very keen interest in photography, and in 2009 I was approached by Phottix to produce a short sample of time-lapse work to promote their company at the Photo Marketing Association Convention in Los Angeles.

I have extensive experience of zoological fieldwork under challenging conditions in Honduras, China and Indonesia and I regularly provide translations of historical Chinese faunal records for several mammal conservation programmes. I have also travelled widely throughout many of China's ecological regions, experiencing its unique cultures and biodiversity, and learning the complexities of business and project management in this vast country.

I am seeking an entry level position as a researcher or runner in the wildlife filmmaking industry, and would like to gain further experience of the technical side of production with a particular interest in filming on location.


Alex Jones

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Alex Jones

Wildlife Film Productions
Santa Monica, California, USA
& Bristol, UK

Phone:
USA
+1 949 547 1892
UK +44 7984 824596

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Email: alexjones@wildfp.com & wildlifefilmproductions2@yahoo.com

Website: www.wildlifefilmproductions.com

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Alex Jones is one of the few top-side wildlife cinematographers based in both Southern California and Bristol, England. Alex’s client list includes BBC Natural History Unit, Nat Geo Wild, National Geographic, Discovery and BBC Earth as principal cinematographer for sequences assigned. He is a three-time nominee and Panda Award Winner for the world renowned "Wildscreen Film Festival" 2014 in Bristol and the “Wild and Scenic Film Festival” in Nevada City, USA. He specializes in top-side animal behavior and macro wildlife cinematography. Alex's passion, work-ethic and eye for detail makes him one of the best cinematographers in the industry and an exceptionally hard working asset to any team.

Alex's equipment list starts with the RED EPIC 5K cinema camera with a wide range of the best Canon L-series lenses. Alex also includes a 4K drone to match for beautiful land and aerial cinematography. The list goes on with owning and operating jibs, sliders, steadicam etc... Please download the pdf or connect with Alex directly for a full equipment list.


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Jonathan Kawchuk

Canada, UK, Denmark

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The natural world is perfect. I go to absurd lengths to reflect that in my work. How can we collaborate?
Training:

  • Bachelor of Music in Composition and Music Technology (UK, Canada).
  • Internship at Greenhouse Recording Studios (Reykjavik).
  • Wildeye Wildlife Sound Recording courses (intermediate/advanced).

Recent:

  • Assistant sound technician for the Philip Glass Ensemble, Music in 12 Parts, London.
  • Awarded grant to complete an album based on the natural world.
  • Original score for award nominated short film screened at HollyShorts 2013 (TCL Chinese Theatre Hollywood).

Services:

  • Music Composition
  • Sound Operator
  • Audio Post-production
  • Assistant/Runner

Other:

  • Experienced outdoors
  • CPR certified
  • Scientific experience includes volunteer with biology and paleontology at the University of Alberta.

Chris Kidd

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Chris Kidd

Bristol
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7525 170 821

Email: csk_246@hotmail.com

Website: www.chriskiddonline.com

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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.


Philipp Klein

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Philipp Klein

Pannierstr. 5
Berlin 12047
Germany

Phone: +49 (0)1799 001 913

Email: info@philippklein.net

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Philipp Klein is a camera operator and assistant based in Berlin.

As long as he can remember, he always wanted to become a wildlife filmmaker. During his years working for the renowned production company Light & Shadow, he was able to combine his cinematic style with his keen sense for animals.

His great passion first showed up when he spent eighteen months filming all across Brazil for the five part documentary series Wild Untamed Brazil (Terra Mater, National Geographic). Since his very first professional steps in the wildlife film business in 2011, he has been facing multiple ranges of extreme shooting conditions all across the world, from the clear cold of the Sibirian winter to the humidity and heat of the Amazonian rainforest.

His wide range of skills as camera operator not only comprises long-lense, macro and studio work (greenscreen/bluescreen), but also extreme slow-motion recording.

In 2014, he then became a camera operator and assistant on a freelance basis.

Yet, apart from his very diverse field of activities, spending as much time in nature as possible is still his main ambition in life.


Anna Kozlova

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Anna Kozlova

Anna Kozlova

Moscow
Russia

Phone: +7 91 75 943 922

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Email: anya.kozlova@gmail.com

Website: www.divefilm.ru

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Enthusiastic, experienced diver and underwater videographer.

With a background in science and additional education in cinematography.

9 years of diving experience, 8 of them as technical diver and underwater videographer.

More than 1000 logged dives.

Creative with a natural sense of frame composition.

Team playing and working on own initiative. Easy to communicate with.

Adaptable and positive in a challenging environment and open to personal development.

Patient and persistent in goal achievement.

Maintains the high levels of fitness required to work under physically demanding conditions.

Confident and up to date with new technologies.


Pedro Labanca

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Pedro Labanca

Manchester
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7477 482 015

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Wildlife Vet and camera operator with an MA in wildlife documentary production.

Freelancing for wildlife productions as camera assistant/trainee, researcher and runner.

Also running a business called Shortform.

Check my portfolio at pedrolabanca.com.

Pedro Labanca


Alan Lacy

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Alan Lacy

Tigard
Oregon
USA

Phone: +1 602 326 0546

Email: alan.p.lacy@gmail.com

Website: www.thelastpack.org

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I enjoy telling stories that make an impact on people through the world of film.

I specialize in project management, overseeing the entire production process from initial concept through distribution.

My strengths include networking, planning, organizing, and executing the tasks needed to move the project forward.

If you need help with a concept, or want someone to oversee your production cycle, I am your guy.


Matthew Leiper

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Matthew Leiper

Bramcote
Nottingham
United Kingdom

Phone:+44 (0)7907 782 997

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Matthew Leiper recently graduated from the University of Salford with a Masters Degree in Wildlife Documentary Production.

His experiences have taken him across the globe from filming Tasmanian Devils in Australia to Hammerhead Sharks in the Bahamas and has experience behind both the camera and the keyboard for filming and editing roles respectively.

With a Grade 8 in LAMDA Verse and Prose, Matthew also has a clear and strong reading voice - he has narrated all of his own work himself as well as the documentaries of some of his fellow students.


Richard Mann

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Richard Mann

Bristol
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7596 700 735

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Email: rjmann89@gmail.com

Website: www.richardmann.org

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I'm a Camera Operator/ Assistant/ Time-lapse specialist and DIT based in Bristol. Bit of a mouthful I know, but hey.. I've been in the media industry a while now and fulfilled many roles in that time.

I'm familiar with most most major camera formats (Red, Arri, Canon, Sony etc..) and very capable handling commonly used steady and motion control rigs (DJI Ronin, Jimmy Jib etc..) and specialise in Time-lapse motion control.

I'm particularly geared towards wildlife and adventure based documentaries having completed an undergrad and masters in 'Wildlife Documentary Production'. During my masters I discovered a passion for time-lapse and have been lucky enough to produce plant time-lapse content for a number of Bristol based productions including: The Great British Bake Off, Harvest 2015 and The World's Biggest Flower Market.

I'm available for hire along with a complete 4K filming and motion control time-lapse kit. Nature really has the best stories and I love being able to show it off with spectacular visuals.


Jim Manthorpe

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Jim Manthorpe

Scotland
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7717 284 601

Email: info@jimmanthorpe.com

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I am a wildlife camera operator and fixer based in the West Highlands of Scotland.

I have a Masters in Wildlife Documentary Production and have recently set up and assisted on sequences for the BBC's The Great British Year (mountain hares) and Hebrides - Islands on the Edge (common dolphins).

I specialise in Highland wildlife - particularly eagles and otters - having worked as a ranger on the Knoydart peninsula for seven years.

My most recent film is a 12min production on the white-tailed eagle.

Equipment: Sony EX3 and Canon 7D for timelapse.


Lisa Marley

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Lisa Marley

Bristol
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7725 999 388

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Self-shooter based primarily in Bristol as well as Aberdeenshire.

Recent graduate ideally looking for entry level camera operating/assisting or research positions.

Self-shot the short documentary 'Red Sky on the Black Isle' while studying an MA in Documentary at UWE Bristol that was linked with BBC Bristol.

Also has an MA(Hons) in Anthropology joint with Film & Visual Culture.

Experienced in editing with Premiere, Final Cut and Avid.

Basic post-production skills including colour grading.

Particularly inspired by stories of where animals and humans collide.


Katie Mayhew

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Katie Mayhew

Silverback Films
Bristol
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7530 469 324

Email: kmayhewphotography@gmail.com

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Camera Assistant / Second Camera.

Equipment Coordinator.

Photographer including Time Lapses.


Dylan McAdam

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Dylan McAdam

Laconia
New Hampshire
USA

Phone: +1 60 33 938 129

Email: dylanpmcadam@gmail.com

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Looking internationally for research or camera positions with natural history production teams.


Sky McCain

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Sky McCain

Ball Cottage
East Ball Hill
Hartland
Devon EX39 6BU
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)1237 441 118

Email: sky@mccain.email

Website: www.earthenspirituality.com

Sky McCain is an American citizen living in the south-west of England. He likes walking, photography, playing the trombone in his local brass band, and visiting his favourite parts of southern Europe. He has also been involved in ‘green’ activism in the local community and was the co-founder of the Wholesome Food Association, an organization that champions local food.

Sky graduated with a BA in History from Boston College in the US and has an MA in Values in the Environment from Lancaster University, UK. He has had a lifetime interest in religion and spirituality, starting with Christianity and continuing with Buddhism and Advaita Vedanta. He has recently focused his attention on Gaia Theory, climate change, and the relationship between science and spirituality.


Elsa McKee

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Elsa McKee

Bristol
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7894 618 802

Email: elsa@oxtonmere.net

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With a degree in Animal Behaviour and MSc in Wildlife Health and Conservation, I have a thorough knowledge of natural history and excel at research based tasks.

I have a passion for sharing my love and insight of the natural world with others.

I am a keen photographer and have natural eye for detail and enjoy telling a story through the images I capture.

Combining my enthusiasm for nature and creative story telling has lead me towards a career in wildlife filmmaking.

I enjoy exploring new environments and cultures, and have field experience in both the UK and abroad.

I am a driven and dedicated individual and hope to educate and inspire people throughout my career as a filmmaker.


Jo McIvor

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Jo McIvor

Cheshire, UK

Phone: +44 (0)7835 477 164

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A graduate of the MA Wildlife Documentary Course at the University of Salford, Jo has several years experience working on television dramas, commercials, documentaries and films. Since 2006 she has been working her way up the ladder in the camera department keen on breaking into the wildlife film industry. She has entered her MA final film into wildlife festivals around the world. The film has been screened at a local wildlife conference, where it received great feedback. Several Wildlife Colleges have requested a copy to show their students.
In 2011, Jo worked for several months as a Runner for Post Production House and Hire Company, Films@59, who work on a variety of programmes, including the BBC's 'Frozen Planet'. She then went on to work at the BBC NHU as a Runner on 'Live N Deadly' and as a Camera Assistant on 'The History of the Olympics'. She was also the main Camera Operator on the short film A Wheeling Love Story which won at the 0117 Hour Bristol Encounters International Film Festival. Between these jobs she's worked on several Commercials as a Camera Assistant and Video Assistant.
Jo is currently available for work.


Gunjan Menon

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Gunjan Menon

University of West of England
Bristol
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7436 885 442

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Wildlife Filmmaking Student.

Producer/Director, Camera Operator, Photographer, Editor, Story Researcher, Image Editor.


Chris Milnes

Chris Milnes

Stoney Oak
Gelston
Grantham
Lincs NG32 2AE
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0) 7814 660 413

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Email: cd.milnes@gmail.com or chris@dorsalclothing.com

Websites: chrismilnes.carbonmade.com, dorsalclothing.com & coexi.org

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Wild and rugged, yet hugely tame with humans and animals alike, Chris is always a favourite with wildlife filmmakers and conservationists the world over. His adaptability and skill set has allowed him to flourish in a wide range of habitats, whilst a highly committed and conscientious work ethic means his presence is always beneficial to his environment.

He has been spotted completing a wildlife filmmaking course in South Africa with NHU Africa, and current reports from the field suggest he is pencilling an independent shark documentary to be based in Costa Rica for 2 months later this year.

Although there is ability and motivation in abundance, he is still a fledgling in this territory, and therefore looking to gain as much experience as he can to fire up his wildlife filmmaking career. Foundations have been built in camera techniques, sound & video editing and script writing and his eagerness to learn more, try new things and develop his skills is overwhelming. Put him anywhere, doing anything, on any project, and he will revel in it.

One of the more creative types of the species, his background has combined graphic design with wildlife conservation, gaining experience in both the field and office environments, notably researching white sharks in South Africa; sharks, stingrays and turtles in the Maldives; being a trail leader through South America; and working in design and event management for a conservation NGO. His field experience has also seen him filmed in and assisting with documentaries by National Geographic and Vox production companies.

Offspring includes the clothing brand Dorsal, which was created to raise funding for shark research and conservation efforts, together with CoExistence, a marine conservation charity fund (both non-salaried projects).

He's out there somewhere! He is tagged though, so can easily be located by anyone interested in doing so. As a final note: he will be over-excitable, but don't be afraid - its because he likes you.


Ben Morrison

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Ben Morrison

Bristol
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7813 463 296

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I am a reliable natural history researcher with a passion for finding and developing inspiring stories and identifying strong characters. I have experience of the industry and a strong academic background in biology, with a BSc in Marine Biology (Southampton University - 2:1) and an MSc in Wild Animal Biology (RVC/ZSL - Merit).

I am always looking to push myself and thrive when working within a creative team. I have a proven ability to deliver to tight deadlines within teams of various sizes in a variety of environments and a highly organised, professional attitude towards my work.

I have experience of working in the field in both the UK and abroad, and am a PADI Divemaster.

My most recent roles are as follows:

  • Story Developer (Editorial) - BBC Springwatch - May to June 2016
  • Researcher - Table Mountain Films - Jan. 2015 to Present
  • Shooting Researcher - Wayfarer Media - May to June 2016
  • Development Researcher - Cinematica Media - Dec. 2015 to Jan. 2016

Will Nicholls

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Will Nicholls

Hall Bank
Haydon Bridge
Hexham
Northumberland NE47 6NF
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 7854 148 817

Email: will.nicholls@rocketmail.com

Websites: www.willnicholls.co.uk

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Will is a natural history presenter and cameraman with a keen eye for a great shot.

He has a great interest in the behavioural adaptations of different species and the way different organisms interact. He is going on to study zoology at university to increase his knowledge in the field.

He is a very competent public speaker, often giving talks to wildlife enthusiasts around the country. Will is also a multi award-winning wildlife photographer, an example of which is being awarded the title of "Young British Wildlife Photographer of the Year" in 2009.

Will is also at home in an expedition environment, having already undertaken two expeditions to Ethiopia and Borneo. This year he will be spending 3 months in the rainforest in Cambodia where he will present, film and produce his own wildlife documentary. Will thrives in a challenging environment and enjoys living with the basics.


Sara Nilsson

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Sara Nilsson

Bristol
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7503 073 622

Email: sara.nilsson03@gmail.com

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I am a neuroscience graduate with an MA in ďDocumentary and FeaturesĒ filmmaking at UWE in Bristol.

I have completed my own 30 minute documentary about death abroad - which has prompted the Scottish government to re-evaluate certain policies with regards to death abroad. I have also completed a few short promotional videos for various organisations and charities.

I am especially interested in working as a researcher/field assistant for science and nature programmes that have a positive impact on people and the environment.

Experience/Skills:

  • Fluent in English and Swedish, and proficient in Spanish and German.
  • PADI certified as an Advanced Open Water Diver Ė dry and wet suit, with training in underwater data collection.
  • An avid rock climber, able to belay and climb proficiently. Has spent weeks climbing and camping in the Swedish and Swiss mountains.

Jillian Norrie

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Jillian Norrie

Edinburgh
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7833 246 157

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Email: jcnorrie@gmail.com

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Freelance filmmaker with an MA in Wildlife Documentary Production.

Experience in international film shoots.

Interested in any assistant and researcher positions.


Jack Perks

Jack Perks

Jack Perks

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Jack Perks

9 Brookthorpe Way
Silverdale
Nottingham
Nottinghamshire NG11 7FB
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7722 536 029

Email: jackperksphotography@hotmail.co.uk

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I've always had a keen interest in the natural world and using photography as a tool to conserve and explore it seemed a logical step for me.

Whether its the people who work with the animals or the wildlife itsself I use my own style to document it.

I've worked with the BBC as a camera assistant on few series now mainly underwater work and have written and photographically illustrated many magazine nature articles.

Skills & Training:

  • Experienced with photographic and video equipment underwater
  • Excellent IT skills
  • A range photographic skills
  • Making rigs for underwater filming
  • Photoshop editing
  • Filming video on location
  • Field craft in tracking animals
  • An avid scuba diver with advanced openwater PADI
  • Given talks on photography and wildlife

Daniel Pinheiro

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Daniel Pinheiro

Daniel Pinheiro Films
Lisbon
Portugal

Phone: +351 964 376 768

Email: danielpinheiro.wildlifefilms@gmail.com

Websites: www.danielpinheirofilms.com

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I have been particularly interested in wildlife since my childhood. My professional background is based in media and audiovisuals. During the last few years I have done several courses and trained in wildlife filmmaking, highlighted by a masterīs degree in Wildlife Documentary Production from the University of Salford. After this period, I had the chance to enter in the industry as independent wildlife filmmaker, sound operator and camera assistant, working in several productions in Portugal, Peru, Argentina and Brazil.

I am available as wildlife filmmaker, freelance camera operator and sound recordist.

Skills:
Camera (Arri Alexa, Red Epic, DSLR, Super slow motion, Macro), Sound recording, Final Cut Pro, Pro Tools, Animal behaviour, Tracking wildlife, Editing, Wildlife photography and Timelapse.

Filmography:

  • BRAZIL - A NATURAL HISTORY series Terra Mater for National Geographic Channel Ė Camera Assistant and Sound Recordist
  • ALENTEJO - THE SONG OF THE EARTH, 2013 Ė Producer/Director
  • BETWEEN THE SKY AND THE TIDES, 2012 Ė Producer/Director
  • THE ENIGMATIC MACAWS OF TAMBOPATA, 2011 Ė Sound Recordist
  • MONDEGO, 2011 Ė Producer/Director

Iuliia Poberezhna

Iuliia Poberezhna

18 Kitson Road
London SE5 7LF
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7990 666 720

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I have an MA in Wildlife Documentary Production from the University of Salford, 8 years of professional experience in TV production and a great passion for TV.

I held positions of a journalist, researcher, sub-editor and scriptwriter for news and entertainment programmes. My duties covered all stages of content production, including research, writing, shooting planning, finding contributors and co-ordinating the work with them, booking equipment and locations.

Natural history documentaries have always been my biggest inspiration so Iām looking to re-launch my career in this fascinating area. I would welcome job offers as a runner/production assistant/researcher/production co-ordinator, and hope my skills could make me a helpful member of a team.


Olivia Prutz

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Olivia Prutz

London
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7881 386 279

Email: oliprutz.cameraman@hotmail.com

Website: www.oliprutz.co.uk

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Freelance camera operator and editor based in London, working nationally and internationally.

Experienced with a wide range of camera and lighting equipment and various post production software as well as being qualified for aerial work.

Up-to-date HEFAT training (Hazardous Environment and Emergency First Aid) and currently undergoing Medic training with the UK Army Reserves.

Particularly interested in working on conservation, environmental advocacy and human interest documentaries as well as adventure/expedition projects.


Louise Purnell

Louise Purnell

2 Heron Rd
Twickenham
Middlesex TW1 1PG
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7766 815 974

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Email: louise_purnell@hotmail.com

Website: flavors.me/louise_purnell#_ & louisepurnell.wordpress.com

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I am a freelance filmmaker specializing in wildlife and observational documentary.

Based in the UK my love of travel, and interest in art, conservation and education has led me to work on film projects across the world from Africa to the Antarctic.

My first job in television was for CaseTV a production company specializing in children's programming. I moved to PrimeTV camera hire company in 2000 where I gained the technical grounding I needed and soon started working as a camera assistant.

Since 2003 I have worked as a freelancer camera operator and assistant during which time I have worked for most major broadcasters and production companies including BBC, CH4, ITV, SKY, Endemol, Tiger Aspect and Ricochet.

Credits include: camera assistant on Extreme Dreams (Arctic and Kilimanjaro expeditions) BBC.


Stephen Le Quesne

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Stephen Le Quesne

Rue des Grantez
St.Ouen JE3 2GR
Jersey

Phone: +44 (0)7797 773 866

Email: stephenlequesne@gmail.com

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Stephen Le Quesne is a film-maker, cameraman and presenter.

He has an indepth knowledge of conservation, science and the natural world with a Masters degree in Conservation Biology and over 10 years of volunteer work for numerous conservation organisations (including Durrell Wildlife).

In addition to this he has worked for the Cheetah Conservation Fund in Namibia and the Kalahari Meerkat Project in South Africa where he honed fieldcraft skills that included radio-tracking.

Stephen is passionate about communicating the stories within the natural world and recently attended the Wildlife Film Academy in Botswana run by NHU Africa.


Tom Richards

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Tom Richards

1A Queens Mansions
6-7 Arlington Villas
Bristol BS8 2EF
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7833 453 359

Email: t.j.richards@me.com

Website: www.tomrichardswildlife.com

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A Bristol based newcomer to the industry, Tom has just finished a Masters in Wildlife Filmmaking at UWE and is now looking for work as a researcher.

A variety of filmmaking projects both as part of his Masters and independently have exposed Tom to all stages of the production process from development to final delivery, best shown by his film The Drills of Afi Mountain (which he filmed on location in Nigeria). Other experience includes filming promotional and live video content for both Wildscreen and Jackson Hole wildlife film festivals, and runner work for various types of production.

Volunteer experience working in primate conservation and a degree in Animal Behaviour have provided Tom with a varied knowledge of different species and their behaviours, ideal for any researcher role or as a narrator communicating ideas to an audience (examples of voice over work can be found on Tom's website).

Tom also speaks Mandarin Chinese to a conversational level, which makes him well qualified to work on projects relating to China and Southeast Asia.


Bethan Roberts

Bethan Roberts

Chiswick Hall Barn
Chrishall, Nr Royston
Hertfordshire SG8 8RA
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7793 274 172

Email: bethan.roberts@kellogg.ox.ac.uk

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I am an environmental history graduate, with a real passion for communicating stories about the natural world. Having studied a Masters degree in environmental policy, I understand the great need to communicate science to a mass audience, in an imaginative, understandable and engaging way. My Masters thesis focused on natural history television as a tool for conservation, a subject I feel strongly about.

I have been involved in the project Ghosts of Gone birds, and 2020 vision, and have written pieces for both the exhibition and book respectively. I am keen to use my skills as a writer, and my knowledge of environmental and conservation issues, to tell truthful yet captivating stories about the state of our planet.

I have experience in the field, having been lucky enough to work as a marine research diver in the Seychelles, and am a PADI qualified specialist reef diver. Recently I completed a course at Wildeye, in research and production for wildlife films. I am currently working with the company Opticron, as part of their 'A Focus on Nature' scheme, which works to encourage a younger generation to get involved in, enthused and passionate about nature, by providing financial support, career advice and networking experience. I am now working on setting up 'AFON diaries', where we will be interviewing sponsors, and keeping up to date with our recipients as they explore the natural world. Videos are to follow on the website - www.afocusonnature.org.uk

Available for work as runner/researcher/assistant from September 2012


Ester de Roij

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Ester de Roij

25 Hermon Street
Nottingham NG7 1LP
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7961 358 417

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Email: esterderoij@gmail.com

Website: www.edrphotography.co.uk

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Ester loves reading and trying out new technological advances - both on the set and on the computer. She is a very good people person and can be patient as well as take intiative whenever and if ever required. She loves being up on her feet, and has experience trekking around with heavy loads of camera gear on top of other backpacks full of stuff. She is very fit - running 5-10km twice a week, and is not shy to break a sweat.

She is keen to get into the business, and has recently gained work experience with Windfall Films and Wildscreen Film Festival. On top of being able to bring coffees, she can also make a mean cake herself.


Sebastien Rombi

Sebastien Rombi

Trogon House and Forest Spa
Monkeyland Road
The Crags/Plettenberg Bay
Western Cape 6602
South Africa

Phone: +27 723 030 582

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Email: sebastienr@beyondborders.co.za

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Sebastien was born and bred in Libreville, Gabon (Central Africa) - hence his deep passion for Nature and his love of adventure, traveling and sharing!

After studying european and african nature conservation and wildlife filmmaking, he had the opportunity to work on his first wildlife documentary with Africa Wildlife Films Production company. The documentary, called Swimming Scared, is about Great White Sharks and Cape Fur Seals filmed in the notorious waters off Cape Town. After even a short time working on this film, Seb finally found his true passion which took him to the Sabi Sands Game Reserve where he operated as a 2D/3D camera operator, editor and presenter for Wildearth.TV for their live safaris. Being one of the pioneers in the 3D film industry, he was approached by world renowned filmmakers, Foster Brother Productions, to work on Dragon 3D. This 1 hour film is about scuba diving with Nile Crocodiles in the Okavango Delta and Seb was responsible for all the online 3D editing. During his film career, Seb has edited numerous projects for Wildearth.tv, his flagship being a 13 part 3D series about safaris in the Sabi Sand Game Reserve and the current series called Kalahari Meerkats 3D with Wildearth.TV

He is now an independent wildlife filmmaker through Beyond Borders Productions trading as 'Beyond Borders' where he tries to get involved into as many wildlife documentaries and films as possible, marketing himself as a producer, 2D&3D video editor, DOP and 2D&3D camera operator. Seb has a professional edit suite with Final Cut Pro and a 3D TV and can also offer his editing services with his own equipment if you don't have yours. He is also a very keen photographer in possession of a Sony Alpha 200 with a wide range of focus lenses.

Seb is now based in Plettenberg Bay on the Garden Route of South Africa. He is a very keen traveller and he will not hesitate to jump in a car or a plane to be part of your current production if you need his services. His 2013 new year resolutions are to get his skippers license and learn underwater photography and films. His passion for marine life is as strong as for land animals and he can't wait to be involved in underwater wildlife documentaries - "even if I have to re-start at the bottom of the ladder" he says!

His other project for 2013 is the opening of his 3D Nature Film School! Along with other professional wildlife filmmakers Seb will pass on the knowledge and train a new generation of wildlife filmmakers in 2D and 3D. His love and passion for all things wild and free can be seen in his projects, and his open mindedness and inventive thinking can only be a benefit to your current and future productions.


Aaron Sandhu

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Aaron Sandhu

Bristol
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7891 576 338

Email: aaron_sandhu_london@hotmail.co.uk

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Multi-skilled filmmaker with a range of digital and broadcast experience from camera assisting, researching, sound recording, composition and editing.

CV available upon request


Gavin Shand

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Gavin Shand

8 Spey Court
Fochabers IV32 7QT
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7732 412 950

Email: gpshand@hotmail.co.uk

Website: www.gavinshand.co.uk

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Passionate about conservation and dedicated to a career in wildlife filmmaking, Gavin is looking to gain experience as a Runner or Camera Assistant.

  • Finalist in the United Nations International Short Film Contest with first short film The Forest.
  • Experience in Still photography, DSLR filmmaking and Time-lapse photography.
  • Attended An Introduction to Wildlife Filmmaking through Wildeye.
  • Attended the Kendal Mountain Festival Adventure Film Academy.
  • Attended Storytelling, Location and Scriptwriting workshops through the BBC Academy.
  • Volunteer for Whale and Dolphin Conservation.
  • Honours degree in Earth Science - accustomed to long hours in the field, planning trips, remote locations and researching and writing scientific papers.

Pete Smith

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Pete Smith

Ground Floor Right
10 Gladstone Terrace
Edinburgh EH9 1LU
Scotland
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7732 283 081

Email: pete@thesoundspace.co.uk

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I am an experienced professional field recordist and sound designer with a keen interest in natural history and conservation.

I have worked on all kinds of projects in the past including animations, films and documentaries and have a selection of very high quality kit.

I am friendly, hard working and am used to working long hours outdoors and in harsh conditions.


Romilly Spiers

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Romilly Spiers

Melbourne
Australia

Phone: +61 421 890 017

Email: romillyspiers@gmail.com

Website: www.romillyspiers.com

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Camera department - cinematographer, operator, assistant, data management.


Freya Steele

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Freya Steele

Carlisle
Cumbria
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7852 578 640

Email: Freya.Steele94@gmail.com

Website: www.freyasteelemedia.co.uk

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Photographer and filmmaker (mainly wildlife and natural history based)

  • Camera
  • Editing (Lightroom, Photoshop, InDesign, Final cut, Avid, Premiere Pro)
  • Proposals/ treatments
  • Admin (organisation, expenses, logging)
  • Studio cameras
  • Studio lighting
  • Vision Mixing
  • Driving Licence

Jack Stevenson

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Jack Stevenson

London/Arusha
United Kingdom/Tanzania

Phone: +44 (0)7523 578 550

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I'm a Camera Assistant, Grew up in Tanzania East Africa.

Passionate about the outdoors, fascinated by our natural world from people, cultures, ways of life to wildlife.

My back ground is in the outdoor industry as an instructor from here I moved into the film and TV industry.


Kimberly Stewart

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Kimberly Stewart

Aldwick
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7739 233 124

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Email: kimitas@gmail.com

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Passionate about wildlife and the environment.

Biological science background, MSc in Biological Photography, worked as a photographer in South Africa.

Looking for opportunities in research/assisting/production with the aim to move into sequence directing.

Experience in research, TV (judged wildlife TV show Big 5 Challenge/Animal Planet), working with production crews, ocean based projects and photography. Extensive travel experience. Love the challenge of bringing new ideas to life.

PADI qualified diver and AIDA freediver. Languages include French and English. Based in England.

Please visit my website for more information on current projects.


Hannah Stitfall

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Hannah Stitfall

Hannah Stitfall

Bristol
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7887 617 176

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Email: hannahfelicity86@hotmail.com

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Hannah is an emgerging fresh faced presenting talent who is definatly one to watch. A recent Zoology graduate gaining a First Class with Honours, she is now studying on the prestigeous Masters in Wildlife Filmmaking in Bristol affilated with the BBC NHU. Her driven work ethic and diligent reaserch skills have won her numerous awards for her academic acheviements and volunteer work in the UK. She also conducted her final dissertation on social media and the illegal wildlife trade, which has given her a great understanding of science communication in the online digital landscape.

Prior to university she spent six years travelling overseas where her love of the natural world began, but also where she recognised the value and importance of channeling film for conservation. Her time away not only gave her insight into different cultures, but also great interpersonal skills, which she is continuously praised on. Tracking Silverbacks in Uganda to trekking through Central America gave her a real time view of the world, and its unprecedented loss in biodiversity, which she aims to motivate audiences to be as passionate towards as she is.

Whilst at university she started making films, presenting, and educating, realising that natural history and conservation storytelling via film was the career she wanted to persue. Her engaging and humerous presenting style alongside bags of enthusiasim makes her fun and natural to watch, with an individual versatility to appeal to a wide and varying audience.

Her passions include British wildlife, long distance running, hiking, adrenalin sports, food fights, and Pangolins.


Niall Stopford

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Niall Stopford

Niall Stopford

Bristol
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7821 445 632

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I am a zoology graduate with a proven track record as a researcher for blue-chip content, receiving excellent feedback from Silverback Films and Oxford Scientific Films. I am experienced at managing data and equipment in harsh field conditions, comfortable using interchangeable lens and DSLR cameras as well as logging (Cat DV) and editing footage (Adobe PP). I also speak Spanish to a strong conversational level.

I produced a documentary on chestnut crowned babblers in the Australian outback which was nominated for Best Cinematography and Best Documentary at NaSTA 2016. The film Cooperation in the Arid Zone explains the babblers' co-operative breeding and how scientists are studying the evolution of this behaviour. Producing this film developed my scriptwriting and directing skills, giving me confidence to approach shoots both creatively and logistically.

As I search for junior positions I am reading widely to find interesting natural history stories that could be adapted into sequences. I am also writing up programme ideas into treatments and planning future creative projects.


Andrew Stuart

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Andrew Stuart

andystuartfilm
Dowarsmore
Letterfrack
Galway
Ireland

Phone: +353 863 039 894

Email: info@andystuartfilm.com

Website: www.andystuartfilm.com

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Andy leaned to scuba dive at the age of 18 and has been an active diver ever since having worked for 10 years as a PADI scuba instructor and charter boat skipper.

He is a highly skilled diver having completed over 4000 dives and with hundreds of hours of underwater filming experience.

Andy is also a qualified scuba equipment service technician.

"I got interested in underwater photography 6 years ago. And after studying film production in Galway Technical Institute, a change in career was afoot and I now work as a cameraman filming all manner of things but my passion for diving and filming Underwater is as strong as ever."


Henry Tamblin

Henry Tamblin

2 Gyllyng Street
Falmouth
Cornwall TR113EH
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7946 136 624

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Email: henry_tamblin@hotmail.co.uk

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Diverse and experienced operator and assistant.

Producer and director of wildlife web content.

Footage broadcast by NatGeo wild and discovery amongst others.


Ben Tindall

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Ben Tindall

London
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7783 048 066

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Aspiring wildlife film-maker, currently working on my own independent film project. I have experience working on a number of productions for entertainment TV, but Wildlife and natural history is my true passion. I have attended the Wildeye Research & Production course and Iím always looking to gain experience and work with other people.

Iím easy going, fun to work with and love a big challenge. I am used to travelling, working long hours and Iím always ready to assist with any aspect of production. Iím always available, willing to work anywhere and will always put everything I can into every project.

Iím currently based in London but available Worldwide. If you have any opportunities for work, no matter how small, Iím your man!


Stuart Trowell

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Stuart Trowell

3 The Cottages
Tytherington Hill
Tytherington
Bristol GL12 8UR
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7503 151 987

Email: stuart.trowell@gmail.com

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I have over five years experience both studying and working in television production.

My key area of knowledge is camera operating however I do have a good understanding of the audio, lighting and post production processes.

I have recently finished studying an MA in Wildlife Filmmaking at UWE in partnership with the BBC NHU.

I am now working as a freelance camera operator/assistant in the Bristol area.


Joe Tuck

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Joe Tuck

Bristol
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7846 689 065

Email: info@joetuck.com

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I work as a researcher for the BBC Natural History Unit on Deadly Mission Madagascar. I previously worked at Humble Bee Films producing a TV series presented by David Attenborough. I have an MSc in Biological Photography & Imaging and a BSc in Zoology. My skills and experience are listed in my CV that is attached and my latest showreel is available at www.joetuck.com/video-production.

I also have camera assisted on my current and previous productions, with experience of various system from XDCAM to RED. I'm also a freelance photographer and cameraman, working with environmental organisations to produce publicity material to raise awareness.

I climb and dive, have worked extensively in challenging environments and would love to get involved in any exciting new projects.


Kristina Turner

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Kristina Turner

Bristol
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7963 122 924

Email: stineturner75@yahoo.co.uk

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Assistant Producer - Natural History

With a background in graphics, animation, zoology and conservation, I now combine my interests, skills and experiences in natural history TV with a particular interest in conservation related projects.

Starting out in animation, I have a story telling background and had my first film screened on Yorkshire television. I later retrained and have been involved with wildlife research and conservation for over 10 years including working abroad, in the UK, in the office and in remote field conditions. My diverse background has given me a varied portfolio of skills along with a strong network of contacts.

To date I've worked with Wildscreen, BBC NHU (The Watches, The One Show, Attenborough at 90), Tigress Productions (The One Show, Africa 2013: Countdown to the rains - a 6 week shoot in Zambia), BBC Earth, October Films, Brian Leith Productions and Off the Fence (Alaska & Taiwan).

I'm always interested in potential collaborations and opportunities; particular areas of interest include wildlife behaviour, communication, conservation, science, travel and/or children's projects.

Contact: stineturner75@yahoo.co.uk, thanks.


Oliver Upton - Bolivian Railway

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Oliver Upton

Rugeley
Staffordshire
United Kingdom

Phone: + 44 (0)7972 696 511

Email: ollie.upton@gmail.com

Website: thetalentmanager.co.uk/talent/31555/oliver-upton

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An enthusiastic Shooting Assistant Producer / Researcher with excellent communication, writing, team work and presentation skills.

Experienced in working on Broadcast Television and independent fiction and factual work.

Confident in many types of filmmaking and all relevant tasks, including directing, camera work and editing.

Experienced traveler, interested in observational documentary, anthropology, specialist factual, history, adventure and wildlife.

Interested in working on and making exciting factual documentaries.

Work example - youtu.be/mDqrucPcoLg


Francisco Castro Velasco

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Francisco Castro Velasco

Ensenada
Baja California
Mexico

Phone: +44 7904 314 549

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I'm an educated man, with a scientific background in environmental and marine studies, and experienced in field research.

I am very keen in gaining experience in wildlife film media. My experience in this area is short, but I'm intelligent, curious and self- disciplined.

I have participated in different short filmmaking courses, including Wildeye's Wildlife Camera Operator Course in 2014.

In 2015 I visited films@59 for work experience with editors Graham Wild (sound) and Chris Gunningham (grading).

In 2014, I developed a series of short popular sciences articles and a publicity video for "Onca Explorations" Mexican research-ecotourism company.

If you need an assistant runner, or support in a marine monitoring programme, feel free to contact me.


Luisa Velez

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Luisa Velez

Primarily Primates Inc
138 Guadalupe
Bastrop
TX 78602
USA

Phone: +1 512 629 1237

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I am a PA/Logistics extraordinaire.

If you need a well versed Biologist to accompany you on a shoot, I'm the one for you. I'm charismatic with a crass sense of really dark humor.


Lara Weatherly

Lara Weatherly

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Lara Weatherly

Riverside Drive
Sherman Oaks
CA 91423
USA

Phone: +1 (406) 531 3283

Email: Ldweatherly@gmail.com

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Lara is a Camera Operator, Technician, and Assistant Camera with a love of adventure, risk taking, and pushing limits to get the shot.

She is a certified Rescue Diver and specializes in underwater camera work as well.

She has worked in several countries and extreme environments from the Amazon jungle to the Highlands of Iceland. As an operator, she will go to any length to capture a compelling story.

As an Operator and AC, she will make sure all matters of the camera world run smoothly and can repair camera gear from just about any environmental damage that comes about.

A firm believer of hard work and no complaining, she will do all she can to make a production run smoothly.

Lara has dual-citizenship of both the USA and Switzerland and is able to live and work in the EU.


Patrick Wermelinger

Patrick Wermelinger

Via Bigorio 9
Sala Capriasca 6954
Switzerland

Phone: +41 (0)774 306 550

Email: patwerm@gmail.com

Website: www.wermelinger-patrick.ch

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I am seeking work as a cameraman, camera assistant or a 'making-of' cameraman in the wildlife fields, natural history, environment, conservation.

I have experience with various ENG cameras as P2, Sony XDCAM EX, JVC ProHD and Sony F55 4K. I have worked from macro lenses up to long lens, with camera cranes, jib, dolly, slider dolly, cable-cam and motion time lapse.

As an editor I have excellent knowledge with premiere CS5.5, After Effects for Mac, as well as good knowledge of Final Cut & Motion, on which I work fast and well, even under pressure.

I speak 3 languages IT, DE, FR and little bit EN.

I know climbing, and I'm not afraid of heights with a qualification as as alpine mountaineer. I have a lot of patience to wait for things to happen and am gifted to find the best locations.

My motto: "If it were easy, everyone would do it."

Wild is not a disease but a privilege of nature... Please contact me and visit my homepage: www.wermelinger-patrick.ch


Stuart Westfield

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Stuart Westfield

Ranger Expeditions Ltd
Hampshire
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7890 620 274

Email: rangerexped@hotmail.co.uk

Website: www.rangerexped.co.uk

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Stuart is a qualified Mountain and Wilderness Expedition Leader (MLTUK) with expedition medic training (ECP). He is dedicated to sharing the wildlife and wilderness experience with a wider audience.

He has operated in diverse environments including Savannah, Desert, Tropical Forest, Volcanic, Altitude (6000m), journeying through countries such as Iceland (4X4 driving), Norway and the African continent (over 20 national parks and reserves), providing mountain services for world class adventure races, as well as working with NGO's on community based construction projects.

He has produced and photographed with MiniDV, supertelephoto & digital stills equipment.

Stuart's skills set complements the needs of remote filming projects both in the UK and overseas. He also provides pre-expedition and wilderness skills training courses as excellent preparation for overseas assignments.

Stuart works enthusiastically in support of project aims and expedition success in the following roles:

  • Expedition leader / assistant
  • Camera assistant
  • Photographer
  • Logistical support
  • Field assistant
  • Base camp services
  • 4x4 driving / navigator / spotter
  • Wilderness skills training

Katrien Willems

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Katrien Willems

Brighton
East Sussex
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7856 446 598

Email: katrien.willems@yahoo.com

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I aspire to communicate scientific knowledge to the public through documentary filmmaking to reveal new insights on animal behaviour and the world’s natural history. Ever since studying Biology and Visual Arts during my International Baccalaureate I have been passionate about the two subjects, with a keen interest in animal behaviour and media practice. Correspondingly, I undertook a Bachelors in Biology followed by a Masters in Biological Anthropology, for which I received a distinction. As a way of combining my two passions and raising science awareness, I am currently undertaking another Masters in documentary filmmaking.

In 2015, I made a short documentary (8 minutes in duration) for my M.A. Digital Documentary degree at The University of Sussex in Brighton. I produced and directed the short documentary with a classmate. It was about food waste in the UK. This involved researching about food waste and food systems in the UK, operating a camera (i.e. Sony NX5, Nikon DSLR), sound recording (i.e. with a boom mic, lavalier mic, dynamic interview mic), interviewing individuals on the street as well as a university student and store manager, editing with Adobe Creative Suite and finding archive material.

From February until May I made another short documentary (10 minutes in duration) for my degree. It was about street musicians and I produced and directed it with another classmate. I have thus continued to refine my filmmaking skills (i.e. operating cameras, sound recording, interviewing individuals, editing with Adobe Suite and finding archive). As this documentary was partly historical, I conducted more research such as reading through a lot of literature on the history of busking as well as looking through and using more archive material. I also operated different types of cameras for this documentary, including the Sony X70 and Sony NX100.

I am currently volunteering at The Booth Museum of Natural History in Brighton and am looking for work experience or a paid work position in film production at a documentary film production company.

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Nick Owen Williams

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Nick Owen Williams

Abingdon
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7854 162 519

Email: nickowenwilliams@gmail.com

Website: nickowenwilliams.wix.com/livewild

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Services offered:

Research and Development Offline and Online editing with Premiere Pro (equipment supplied) Camera and sound recording assistance Running and logistical support

Person Summary:

A self-shooting researcher with an MA in Wildlife Filmmaking and experience of every aspect of production including research/development, camera, sound, and post-production. Proficient in use of Premiere Pro and Avid ProTools software and confident working with a wide range of cameras and audio equipment on location. Background in writing and theatre with a degree in English from Oxford University and experience of script writing and voice-over work.

A creative, highly organised, and motivated individual.

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