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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.


Fiona Ayerst

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Fiona Ayerst

Africa Media
C/O Oceans Hotel & Campus
Louis Fourie Road
Mossel Bay 6500
South Africa

Phone: +27 (0)44 690 5799

Email: fiona@africa-media.org

Website: www.africa-media.org & www.fionaayerst.com

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With over fifteen years experience in photography and wildlife interaction, Fiona Ayerst is a multi-award winning photographer and videographer, whose work offers a unique glimpse into the history and wildlife of the world’s oceans.

Fiona prefers the medium of water to work in but has been known to venture onto dry land- especially for an interesting animal or scene.

One of Fiona’s goals is to shed a light on the current plight of our oceans and to highlight the damage to our oceans through our habits of over-use and over-spend.


Tim Balmer

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Tim Balmer

UK Nature Images
4 Hodges Close
Poole
Dorset BH17 8QE
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)1202 683 886

Mob: +44 (0)7876 207 328

Email: tim.balmer@hotmail.co.uk

Website: www.uknatureimages.co.uk

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Wildlife Photographer, HD Filmmaker, Sound Recordist and Musician based in Dorset.

Award winning filmmaker at the British Wildlife Photography Awards 2013, with two 'Highly Commended' HD video entries'... A Passion for Bees and Ant Action.

I have a special interest in Macro photography, Long-lens work and I love filming and photographing Waders, Raptors and anything which will help raise the awareness of our fragile, natural world.


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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email: sabine@sabinebernert.fr

Website: www.sabinebernert.fr

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Wildlife and conservation writer and photographer.


Raymond Besant

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Raymond Besant

Glenburn
41 Forest Road
Kintore
Aberdeenshire AB51 OXG
Scotland
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)1467 632 513

Mob: +44 (0)7713 328 493

Email: raybesant@gmail.com

Website: www.raymondbesant.com

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Raymond is a freelance long lens wildlife cameraman and photographer from the Orkney Islands now based in Aberdeenshire. He is happy to consider any filming project but has a particular interest and knowledge of bird behaviour and marine topics. Raymonds' first film was called The Flying Dustbin which he produced, filmed and narrated on a small budget. It won Best of Category – Amateur and a Merit Award for Scientific Content at the 31st IWFF in Montana in 2008 and was shortlisted in the Best Film on a Limited Budget Category at Wild Talk Africa in Durban 2009. He recently won the 'Wildlife in HD Video' category at the 2012 British Wildlife Photography Awards.

Recent cinematography credits include BBC Springwatch Guide to Seabirds, BBC Springwatch 2013, BBC Scotland Midsummer Live and the forthcoming series BBC The Great British Year as well as additional photography credits on BBC Panorama and BBC Natural World films. He has experience of using both tape and P2 Panasonic Varicam systems with HJ40 Canon super telephoto lens as well as Sony PMW-500, FS700 and EX-3 camera systems. Comfortable using file-based media and editing using FCP.

He's also an award-winning stills photographer with fourteen years press photography experience travelling extensively in Africa and Europe. Excellent identification skills, particularly birds and has experience of spending extended periods in the field.

He is a keen diver and holds PADI Rescue and Nitrox qualifications.


Marcus Brent-Smith

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Marcus Brent-Smith

Oxfordshire
United Kingdom

Email: marcusbrentsmith@hotmail.com

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Freelance still photographer.

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 assistant and camera operator.

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.


Katharina Brown

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Katharina Brown

Plymouth, United Kingdom & Cape Town, South Africa

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UK: +44 (0)7855 865 320S
South Africa: +27 (0)79 9195 935

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.


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.


Tracey Clark

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Tracey Clark

Bristol
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7870 123 218

Email: traceylclark@yahoo.co.uk

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As a passionate Stills Wildlife Photographer I have a keen interest in natural history and a passion for wildlife, conservation and adventure.

Being an avid bird enthusiast I have studied Ornithology and enjoy bird watching and bird ringing in my spare time. I have close links with the British Trust for Ornithology and RSPB and when I'm not volunteering as a breeding bird/beach bird or wetland bird surveyor then myself and my partner Phillip (also listed) go out and about on our boat or do the photography for special events such as the Bristol Festival of Nature, Avon Gorge and Downs Project, and Community Fun Days.

Using the Nikon D7000, from Prime, Telephoto or Macro Wildlife Photography we work as a team sending our photos to BBC Wildlife Magazine, Wild Travel Magazine, Springwatch, BTO and media publications and websites.

Our website and business cards are being designed at the moment (website link to follow in due course).

I am looking for more Wildlife Photography opportunities, exciting projects to assist in around my job so that we can build relationships and work together to achieve great results.

Feel free to contact me to discuss any photography work or enquiries you may have.


Myke Clarkson

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Myke Clarkson

4001 Inglewood avenue
Bldg. 101 Suite 678
Redondo Beach
CA 90278
USA


Phone: +1 76 0646 6333

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Email: myke@mykeclarkson.com

Websites: www.mykeclarkson.com & www.thereptilereport.com/myke-clarkson

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Born in the once dusty little town of Hesperia, California the love of nature has always been the central inspiration in my life. From rattlesnakes to cobras, alligators to anacondas, there has never been a "creepy crawly" I haven't immediately wanted to look at just a little closer and show to everyone around. I think it was my passion for sharing my passion that led me to my career in television. What a platform to show the world all the awesome living things around us... and so that's the short version.

I specialize in herpetology (the study of reptiles and amphibians), but have worked with all sorts of animals on and off camera. I've done it all, from hiding in hand built blinds to film wild lions feeding for National Geographic, to scuba diving with massive tiger sharks for the Discovery Channel. Simply put there is no animal too obscure or dangerous for my camera's lens... whether that lens be on a big body Sony 900, a Photron High Speed Camera, a Phantom, a Red Epic, or an underwater rig (yes I am a PADI certified diver). For more on my television work see my IMDB page.

Photography is my favorite form of artistic expression and my photos appear in several books, websites, and magazines. Occasionally I sell my photographs and donate the proceeds to a variety of causes I support. I personally love to snap images of venomous snakes from cobras to bushmasters and everything in between. I have shot production stills for National Geographic, Animal Planet and The Discovery Channel.

I travel to South Africa annually, and have a particular fondness for the herps of that region, occasionally lead small groups so others can share in my experience.

Please contact me if you would be interested in joining me in the field some time in the future.

My original plan for my life was academia, and I still do a bit of research work as well. I have presented at the International Herpetological Symposium, speak at countless reptile societies, and co-authored both scientific papers and non-fictional books.

When I am not searching for snakes or filming I am actively involved in a number of conservation efforts including the founding of Herpetological Conservation International.


Michael Anthony Cowton

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Michael Anthony Cowton

EcoTravelGuide
74 Canterbury Drive
Heighington
Lincoln
Lincolnshire LN4 1SX
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7720 754 390

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Email: editor@ecotravelguide.eu

Website: www.ecotravelguide.eu

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Michael is a freelance editor, travel and wildlife writer/photographer, and runs the website www.ecotravelguide.eu, with a focus on nature, wildlife and conservation.

A member of The International Ecotourism Society and the International Travel Writers Alliance, he is currently undergoing a distance learning certifcate course in wildlife conservation.

A former national newspaper sub-editor and columnist, he has edited several outdoors titles, and currently writes for a range of newspapers and magazines.


Jamie Crawford

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Jamie Crawford

110 Kempe Road
London NW6 6SL
United Kingdom

Email: info@jamiecrawfordmedia.com

Website: www.jamiecrawfordmedia.com

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Jamie works across all aspects of television as a regular on-camera face for the BBC and as a shooting PD and script writer behind the camera.

Presenting credits include wildlife and adventure shows for Five, Discovery and Animal Planet. For the past four years Jamie has presented photography and adventure stories for the BBC's One Show.

Production work includes writing, producing and directing for the BBC, ITV, Five, National Geographic, Discovery and Animal Planet.

Currently writing the final episode for the History channel's Mankind: the story of all of us


Christopher Crooks

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Christopher Crooks

London
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)1752 839 528

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Email: christopherjcrooks@gmail.com

Website: www.cjcrooks.com

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As Media Manager for the renowned Bimini Sharklab, I have considerable experience in a number of different roles, including:

  • Filming and producing short promotional videos for the station & environmental advocacy groups (both underwater and topside).
  • Working with production companies on location, providing support and additional camera work (BBC, Passion Pictures, Korean Educational Broadcasting and other international crews).
  • Photography of the marine fauna and daily scientific research, including published images with BBC Nature, National Geographic, and Science Illustrated.
  • Involved in writing and development of a documentary pitch for an indie, which is currently being reviewed by the BBC.
  • As well as writing and publishing an article with the Independent.

With an extensive background in scientific research, self-shooting, and editing, I am looking to now pursue a career in TV production as a researcher/AP and camera operator/DOP.


Cristian Dimitrius

Cristian Dimitrius

Cristian Dimitrius

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Cristian Dimitrius

Cristian Dimitrius Productions
Rua Joao Simoes de Souza
430 APTO137A
Sao Paulo
SP 05734-140
Brazil

Phone: +55 11 2892 6683 & +55 11 98906 7626

Email: cdimitrius@yahoo.com

Website: www.cristiandimitrius.com.br

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Cristian Dimitrius is a cinematographer, photographer, biologist and television presenter specializing in wildlife and natural history. On land or underwater, from ants to whales, Cristian’s innovative cinematography and unorthodox camera techniques are helping to revolutionize the way people see and perceive wildlife. Cristian pushes the boundaries of wildlife filmmaking with his amazing still images and stunning video sequences, made with the most advanced camera technologies available. In addition to several film credits, Cristian has shot and produce for the world’s top television networks including the BBC, National Geographic, Discovery Channel, Globo TV, History Channel and Animal Planet.

Cristian Dimitrius’s long-life mission is to inspire people to fall in love with our planet through his images, arousing the desire for knowledge and conservation of the place we all can call home. With a large experience in the Brazilian Biomes he is the right man to help you to get that stunning image your production company wants to film in Brazil.

Works with the latest generation of Canon cameras, with the best lenses, Nauticam underwater housings for underwater shooting and uses several innovative techniques to get the "picture that tells a story." Due to its versatility and adaptation to different natural environments, Cristian has the ideal profile to get a better and more complete result in a shorter time. www.cristiandimitrius.com.br/eng/servicos.html


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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.


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 master’s 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 2013’s 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.

Rubén Duro

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Rubén Duro Pérez

Llinars, 11 CD 298
Dosrius 08319
Spain

Phone: +34 93 791 61 60
Mobile: +34
655 85 73 83

Email: duroperezruben@gmail.com

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Camera operator, scientific advisor, producer, director, scientific photographer.


Markus Eichenberger

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Markus Eichenberger

Markus Eichenberger

Wangen
Solothurn
Switzerland

Phone: +41 78 648 88 20

Email: contact@markuseichenberger.com

Website: www.markuseichenberger.com

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Markus is a multi-award winning photographer and filmmaker.

He has travelled over 80 countries so far to fulfil his passion to capture the beauty of our planet.

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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

Website: www.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.


Kiran Ghadge

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Kiran Ghadge

Vision Aquila Productions
A- 104 Kumbare Hermitage
Kothrud
Pune 411038
India

Phone: +91 98 22 531 657

Email: kghadge@gmail.com

Websites: www.visionaquila.com & www.gkiran.com

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Kiran Ghadge is a cinematographer & photographer with a unique creative eye. He specializes in wildlife and natural history.

Extensive fieldwork, conservation and assistance in researches associated with NGOs makes him familiar with the habits and behavior of birds and other wildlife. His films are not only visually rich and exciting but also enlightening, sending an awareness message through entertainment.

Kiran has a stunning collection of images and amazing video sequences made with the advanced camera technologies and techniques.

In addition to wildlife films Kiran has a feature length film and many short films to his credit apart from a documentary film under production for the Indian forest department.

Kiran Ghadge not only excels in cinematography but has highly qualified skills for film editing and story building. In short he is an all rounder as far as films are concerned and a one man army.


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


Phillip Grandfield

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Phillip Grandfield

Bristol
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7415 612 519

Email: phillipgrandfield@yahoo.co.uk

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I am a passionate Stills Wildlife Photographer and have a keen interest in wildlife, conservation and adventure.

In my spare time I love the great outdoors and go out on my boat or photograph anything from nature and wildlife, to landscapes and portraits.

Using my Nikon D7000 DSLR and Canon XA10 Video Camera I gain practical experience, creating different images.

From using my Prime, Telephoto or Macro lens, myself and my partner Tracey (also listed) work as a team and send our photos to BBC Wildlife Magazine, Wild Travel Magazine, Springwatch, BTO and media publications.

I am a volunteer breeding bird/beach bird and wetland bird surveyor for the British Trust for Ornithology and RSPB. Me and Tracey also take care of the photography for special events such as the Bristol Festival of Nature, Avon Gorge and Downs Project, and Community Fun Days.

Our website and business cards are being designed at the moment (website link to follow in due course).

As someone with experience in Lightroom editing software and a range of lenses and kit for any occasion I would love to be involved in more wildlife photography opportunities, and exciting projects around my job so feel free to contact me.


Bertie Gregory

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Bertie Gregory

Poole
Dorset
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7894 818 438

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Email: bertiegregory@live.co.uk

Websites: www.bertiegregory.com

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I am a 21-year-old aspiring professional wildlife photographer, film-maker and presenter.

In July, I graduated in Zoology with First Class Honours from the University of Bristol. The next day, I boarded a plane to begin filming and assisting Steve Winter on assignment for National Geographic.

In 2012, I was named ‘Youth Outdoor Photographer Of The Year’ and most recently, my film 'West Coast Adventure' was nominated for the Youth Award at this year's Wildscreen Panda Awards.

I developed a fascination with urban wildlife whilst photographing peregrine falcons in London and Bristol as one of the 2020VISION Young Champions, the multimedia initiative that aims to communicate the link between human wellbeing and habitat restoration.

I am also fascinated by the the mega fauna of wilderness areas.


Rui Guerra

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Photoguerra - Underwater Productions

Rui Guerra

Rui Guerra

Photoguerra - Underwater Productions, Lda.
Lisbon
Portugal

Phone: +351 917 301 750

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Email: photoguerra@meo.pt or info@photoguerra.net

Website: www.photoguerra.net

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Rui Guerra, is the company director of Photoguerra - Underwater Productions, Lda, based in Portugal.

He’s available to work in any kind of underwater documentaries or other underwater filming related projects anywhere in the world.

As a Portugal-based underwater image specialist, his main underwater filming and photo locations are Azores Islands, Madeira Islands and all the Portuguese main coast and freshwater environments.

He’s completely at ease and experienced with underwater filming, photography and timelapse of underwater wildlife, scientific projects, movies or commercials.

No matter the subject, from whales, sharks, crocodiles or very small underwater macro life, Rui’s experience will make the diference. From the open off-shore high seas to the most remote underwater cave, his diving skills and photographic eye are used in conjunction with the knowledge of the underwater kingdom, always paying attention to safety.

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Ricardo Guerreiro

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Ricardo Guerreiro

Ricardo Guerreiro Fotografia
Almada
Portugal

Phone: +351 910 732 177

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Email: mail@rguerreiro.com

Website: www.rguerreiro.com

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I'm a natural history filmmaker/photographer working in Portugal. My films aired on the Portuguese television and were featured in DVDs accompanying nature photography books. My pictures have been featured in National Geographic magazine (Portugal edition) and other relevant Portuguese press. I've authored a photography book on the local wildlife of my home town and a children's book on the same topic.

I can work (Portugal or abroad) as:

  • cameraman
  • editor
  • field researcher
  • production stills photographer

You can watch teasers for my latest films, co-directed with my colleague and nature photographer Luís Quinta via the links below, or on my Profile Page:

Almada - Between the River and the Sea (2014) - www.vimeo.com/82338831
Arrábida - From the Mountain to the Sea (2013) - www.vimeo.com/67712282


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

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

Website: rebeccahartmedia.photodeck.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!

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


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.


Nick Jones

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Nick Jones

Nick Jones

Nick Jones

Mahe
Seychelles

Phone:
UK +44 7702 163 342
Seychelles: +248 2546781
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Nick is a passionate and talented aspiring wildlife filmmaker. Over the last 3 years he has completed well over 1000 dives and developed a special interest in sharks working with teams spanning the Pacific, Atlantic and Indian Oceans.

His videography has featured on the BBC and photographs been published in both Wanderlust and Lonely Planet. Experienced in an array of graphics and post production software, he can also operate various camera systems (underwater & topside), including RED Dragon, GH4 and DJI Inspire.

Flexible and adaptable, Nick can manoeuvre an extraordinary amount of equipment through airports and persevere in extreme conditions. He is keen to learn about other animal behavior and be part of any exciting projects to develop his skills - so get in touch!


Sandesh Kadur

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Sandesh Kadur

#295 39th C Cross
10th Main Road
5th Block
Jayanagar
Bangalore 560041
INDIA

Phone: +91 9448059209

Email: sandesh@sandeshkadur.com

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Sandesh Kadur is an award-winning wildlife Cameraman and natural history Presenter with a passion for conservation. He works on programs ranging from the BBC's Natural World to National Geographic specials.

Although primarily based out of India, Sandesh has filmed across the world from sea turtles in Mexico to King cobras and tigers in India. His recent work includes being a presenter/cameraman for a documentary about clouded leopards and natural history cameraman for Elephant Kingdom.

He is an associate member of the International League of Conservation Photographers as well as a member on the board of the International Association of Wildlife Filmmakers.


Shazaad Kasmani

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Shazaad Kasmani

Wild Kenya Safaris
Mombasa
Kenya

Phone: +254 735 353 589 & +254 728 888 889

Email: shazaad.kasmani@gmail.com

Website: 500px.com/shazaadkasmani & wildkenyasafaris.blogspot.com

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Born and raised in Kenya, I am specialized in Natural History Photography and Filmmaking consulting for all major National Parks as well as Marine Parks in Kenya.

My expertise includes but is not limited to:

  • Location Scouting
  • Wildlife Conservation
  • Organizing and facilitating documentary interviews with the locals and/or Kenya Wildlife Service
  • Fixing and Facilitation Services
  • Organizing Wildlife Photography and filmmaking safaris with professional driver guides who speak English, German, French and Italian
  • Wildlife Stock Photos
  • Lodge and Camp accommodation arrangements
  • Location recommendations and research
  • Conducting and leading Wildlife Photography workshops
  • Presenting
  • Location logistics and management by Road, Air and Boat
  • Safari vehicle rentals with experienced local drivers
  • Swahili translations
  • and much much more...

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.


Dominique Lalonde

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Dominique Lalonde

Dominique Lalonde Films Nature
Québec
Canada

Phone: +1 514 346 4627


Email: info@dominiquelalonde.com

Website: www.dominiquelalonde.com

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Dominique is an independent wildlife documentary producer and photographer specializing in wildlife of Eastern North America.

His production is Birds Beauty, a high-definition DVD on 74 species of birds. You can see a preview on his YouTube channel.

An accomplished editor too. He is presently working on a DVD of Monarch Butterfly. Also available soon, high-definition DVD on mammals, insects and amphibians.

His latest project is called INTO NATURE with Dominique about the wilderness of Canada throughout the seasons...


Arthur Machado

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Arthur Machado

Av. Brig. Luis Antonio 2759 ap.31
Sao Paulo
SP 01401-000
Brazil

Phone: +55 11 983 132 953

Email: arthur.machado@gmail.com

Website: www.cargocollective.com
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Arthur is an editor, producer, skilled photographer and enthusiastic cinematographer who is willing to work in any way related to wildlife.

He is currently an advertising producer in Brazil.


Dee Marshall

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Dee Marshall

202 Chemin des Vachers
Uriage 38410
France

Phone: +33 6 11 54 81 12

Email: dee.marshall@gmail.com

Website: www.beneaththeskies.com

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Freelance Photographer/Writer/Production Assistant/Researcher.

Dee is an experienced writer and photographer with extensive knowledge of wildlife and proven ability in wildlife photography, filming and editing.

In addition to a diploma in Mammal Ecology and Conservation and many short courses in natural history film production, she has several years experience in visual and written communication.

Having spent many years editing texts and writing for scientific journals, she is experienced in researching and studying a wide variety of scientific subjects.

Dee writes illustrated articles for an online natural history magazine, organises film and photography workshops and manages large budget media projects for clients.

She is fluent in French and English and competent in Italian, German and Japanese.

A keen eye for detail - a creative flair - highly organised - efficient - passionate about natural history.


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.


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.


Tony Meyer

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Tony Meyer

Take your shoes off Productions
Gothenburg
Sweden

Phone: +46 700 300 609

Email: post@tonymeyer.se

Website: www.takeyourshoesoff.se & www.tonymeyer.se

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Tony has a very varied occupational background. He has advanced boat certificates, experience from the Swedish Search and Rescue Society, and is also educated as a dive instructor.

Tony is educated as a Svalbard guide and has worked on two wildlife expeditions to Svalbard. Working as a dive instructor, guide and boat driver has also lead him to work on killer whale safaries in northern and central Norway for over ten years.

Of the more land-based occupations are the jobs as a wildlife host with wolves in Kolmårde Safari Zoo and dog sledge musher.

Tony has worked as a professional photographer since 2001. This is today his full-time occupation.

He is an experienced photographer, filmer and editor. He can film on land, under water and from the air (drones) with his own equipment.

He is mostly active in Sweden and Norway, but available for work anywhere.


Robin Moore

3155 Mt Pleasant St NW
Apt 302
Washington
DC 20010
USA

phone: +1 202 360 5339

email: robin@robindmoore.com

website: www.robindmoore.com

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Scottish-born Robin Moore is an internationally acclaimed nature and cultural photographer represented by National Geographic Image Collection.

Robin is an Associate of the International League of Conservation Photographers and has received Awards from Nature's Best Photography, American Photo, National Geographic Traveler, Photo District News and the International Conservation Photography Awards among others.

Robin is widely published, and his images and stories have graced publications ranging from National Geographic Traveler to TIME for Kids to a full feature in the Telegraph Magazine.

Robin is currently working on a film on the decline and extinction of amphibians in addition to several projects in Haiti and is always looking for ideas for conservation-themed stories.


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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.


Hunter Nichols

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Hunter Nichols

Hunter Nichols Productions
770 Hollybrook Lake Rd
Leeds
Alabama 35094
USA

Phone: +1 20 53 689 257

Email: hunter.b.nichols@gmail.com

Websites: www.hnproductions.com & www.riverdreamsfilm.com

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I'm a freelance photographer, cinematographer, and editor based in Birmingham, Alabama.

I specialize in producing conservation related documentaries.


Andrew O'Donnell

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Andrew O'Donnell

Andrew O'Donnell

Beluga Lagoon
34 Glenward Avenue
Glasgow G66 7EP
Scotland
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7594 624 007

Email: belugalagoon.alba@gmail.com

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I have travelled as far as the Galapagos Islands and Borneo Filming and Photographing Wildlife.

I have done a lot of long lense work In the past. I am now experimenting with wide angles for filming wildlife, using an array of dolly and stabilizing systems for unique perspectives. I am also Using similar techniques for ever more Interesting Time-Lapses.

One of my films was recently shortlisted for the Eden Shorts Competition on Eden TV Channel. (See my Profile Page)

I also volunteer with the Scottish Wildlife Trust and I have observed raptor behaviour in a very meticulous manor.

Music has always been a big part of my life, and I love having the skills to be able to put Audio to my own Visuals. I have collected a variety of exotic instruments on my travels and use these for creating unique textures in my compositions. I have qualifications in studio sound, and I am currently doing a field recording course in my spare time.


Frederique Olivier

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Frederique Olivier

Fredpics
PO Box 147
South Hobart
Tasmania 7004
Australia

Phone: + 61 (0)400 511 800

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Email: pagodroma@gmail.com

Websites: fredsaway.wix.com/fredpics & www.fredpics.com

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I have 9 years experience in documentary production and worked in various positions from field logistic support, photography, sound recording and now mostly videography. I have good experience working in remote areas and extreme environments from tropical to polar, especially polar.

Programs were essentially natural history (BBC NHU), science, various documentaries, conservation and educational programs. Details on Linked In and website. My latest shoot involved the use of remotely controlled cameras on robots filming Emperor penguins for the BBC Series Spy in the Huddle.

Services: camera, location sound, field logistics, still photography.

Post: Editing with FCP, DVD authoring.

Additional: stock footage and imagery.


Sabyasachi Patra

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Sabyasachi Patra

Wild Tiger Productions
A113, First Floor
Shivalik
New Delhi
Delhi 110017
India

Phone: +91 99 1090 0446

Email: sabyasachi.patra@gmail.com & sabyasachi.patra@indiawilds.com

Websites: www.indiawilds.com

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Sabyasachi is an award winning cameraman and filmmaker who is passionately criss-crossing India in his SUV to document the fast vanishing wildlife of India. Sabyasachi is currently working on a documentary on leopards living outside protected areas titled Leopards: The Last Stand. He uses his Canon Cinema EOS C300 camera as well as Canon 1D C and Go Pro 3 cameras to get the desired footage. His deep knowledge of animal behaviour makes him move close to large mammals and get the desired footage that would have been otherwise impossible to get.

Sabyasachi uses his Canon long tele lenses as well as wides and believes in using the heavy OConnor fluid head and tripod for stable footage, even in treacherous terrain. He is adept in sound recording using his Sound Devices recorders and various microphones including shotgun and parabolic microphones. He is well versed in editing in Final Cut Pro X (FCP X).

A prolific writer and conservationist, he is the founder of IndiaWilds (www.indiawilds.com) an online conservation and photography forums and writes a monthly newsletter to raise awareness about the fast vanishing wilderness areas and wildlife of India. He has made many short films for conservation like A Call in the Rainforest, Mother and Child, Scavengers, A God in Distress, Blood Betting: Cock Fights etc.

He is available for any assignment as DoP, still photographer, Sound Recordist, Director and Editor.


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

Websites: www.jackperksphotography.com

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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

Chris du Plessis

Chris du Plessis

Photos of Africa
Hoedspruit
Kruger National Park
South Africa (Head Office)

Phone: +27 (0)83 991 5945

Photos of Africa
Munich
Germany

Phone: +49 (0)152 5896 8239

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Email: info@photosofafrica.com

Websites: www.photosofafrica.com& www.southafricatravelchannel.com

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Passionate about Filming Tourism and Wildlife Destinations.



Emily Prouse

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Emily Prouse

Penrith/Northampton
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7938 708 363

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Email: emilyprousephotography@gmail.com

Website: www.500px.com/emilyprouse

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Emily (20) is attending her final year at the University of Cumbria studying BA Hons Wildlife and Media.

She has undertaken expedition trips to Gambia, Mull, Scotland and around the UK, producing a variety of stills and film for the course within deadlines.

Emily uses her own Nikon D7100 DSLR, filming tripod and lenses, including a macro. In her last year, Emily is creating a 15 minute documentary looking at the topic of reintroducing European Grey Wolves to Scotland; for the control of Red Deer, linking this to the idea of re-wilding (formerly successful at Yellowstone).

She is keen to share within this film knowledge about conservation, and to change public perceptions whilst producing a concise, informative film. Emily has been working closely with UK wildlife centres such as Wildwood to achieve this and the film will be released in May 2014.

Emily is hard working, flexible, creative and eager to continue learning.


Andy Rogan

Andy Rogan

13 Haygarth Place
London SW19 5BX
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7717 82 2441

Email: arkrogan@hotmail.com

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Andy Rogan is an intelligent, multi-skilled Anglo-American with experience on both sides of the Atlantic. He has extensive knowledge in a number of factual disciplines stretching from the humanities and arts to the sciences. His core expertise (other than wildlife and in particular animal behaviour) lie in history, anthropology and archaeology, backed up by a BA in Archaeology & Anthropology and an MSc in Animal Behavior.

He has experience at a variety of levels within production and is interested in immersing himself within any of the entire process, from research and development, through logistics and cinematography to writing and post-production. Andy is passionate about environmentalist and humanitarian issues, and has close links with the Ocean Alliance (an NGO dedicated to saving whales and their ocean environment), and Shishu Polli Plus, an orphanage in Bangladesh. A highlight of this was filming the daily life of the crew on board The Odyssey, the Ocean Alliance’s research vessel, around the site of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill n the Gulf of Mexico. This involved filming the numerous encountered species including Sperm Whales, Spotted Dolphins, Leatherback Turtles and Oceanic Sunfish; but also setting up, creating and re-creating shots, interviewing and sound recording.

He also is a passionate stills photographer who enjoys combining this passion with his interests in anthropology/travel/culture, history and of course wildlife.

Having only recently finished his MSc, he is very keen to begin taking the next steps in his career: either on location or in research and production.


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 is a published photographer has years of experience working with a camera and has completed a Masters in Biological Photography and Imaging. She has travelled extensively around the world with her baby (i.e. her camera) with a keen focus on nature and wildlife - safaris across Africa, the rainforest in Borneo and Guyana, and visiting fjords and wetlands in New Zealand, Australia and across Europe. She speaks 5 languages, which has come in very handy, and is a very driven and passionate person.

She has experience working outside as well as in the studio with animals, and microscopic work. She not only does photography but she can also write and design to make a complete package. She made a 70-page magazine from scratch for her disseration about wildlife in Hokkaido covering landscapes, wildlife and microscopic algae.


Sebastien Rombi

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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.

After hundreds of hours behind 2D and 3D cameras and edit suites, 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. 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 other project for 2013 is the opening of his 3D Nature Film School! 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.


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.

Gidi Shinaar

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Gidi Shinaar

Tel Aviv
Israel

Email: gidi34@gmail.com

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Photographer and a filmmaker, looking to work on wildlife projects.

Will consider to volunteer on the right project.

Especially excited about long-term projects in remote places.


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Sarah Solomon

Kuyimba Trading
254 Martial Eagle
Raptors View Wildlife Estate
Hoedspruit 1380
Limpopo Province
South Africa

Phone: +27 15 793 0997

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Email: info@kuyimba.com

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Sarah Solomon is an avid freelance wildlife photographer with 25 years in the safari industry working together with her husband Derek.

She travels widely in southern Africa photographing everything from elephants to insects, flowers or scenery.


Adam Spencer

Adam Spencer

Filmmakers for Conservation
3406 Tulane Drive
Hyattsville
Maryland 20783
USA

Phone: +1 541 517 1764

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Email: adam.carlton.spencer@gmail.com

Website: www.adamspencerphotography.com & www.thedrillproject.org

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Adam Spencer is a filmmaker and journalist specializing in wildlife and conservation.

He has traveled throughout South and Central America producing educational and promotional documentaries for no-profit organizations whose work ranges from eco-tourism, sustainable energy solutions, and education.

Along the way Adam has been privileged to have met amazing and unique people, visit natural wonders, and share their stories and histories through snapshots of their realities.

He has worked on the Galapagos Islands as a multi-media intern for the Galapagos National Park, lived in the Peruvian Amazon helping to protect land from illegal logging and mining, and currently works for the National Geographic Channel as a bilingual researcher.

Adam is available to shoot stills and multimedia projects for photo essays, magazine shoots, and promotional work.


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.


Alex Thornton

Alex Thornton

Alex Thornton

Alex Thornton Time Lapse
11 Charlton Road
Crownhill
Plymouth PL6 5EG
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7872 593 290

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Email: timelapse@alexcthornton.co.uk

Website: www.alexcthornton.co.uk & www.500px.com/Alex_Thornton_

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I am a UK based time lapse photographer. I offer a dynamic range of time lapse solutions, tailored specifically to your needs. I have worked on a range of projects, content building for documentaries, music videos, art projects and corporate videos.

Last year I worked on a project in Belfast for multi award winning filmmaker Danny Cooke, where I was commissioned to produce a series of interior time lapses of the newly opened Titanic Belfast museum. I also had the privilege of working with Danny again on artist Kurt Perschke’s Redball project.

 

Currently I own and operate the Dynamic Perception Stage Zero dolly system with an integrated Merlin pan and tilt head for my motion control. I use the Canon 5D mark ii for my capture, which gives me the ability to achieve a 4K workflow and a cinema standard quality image.

One of my favourite places to time lapse are natural landscapes, living close to Dartmoor National Park I have spent countless days exploring its many landscapes capturing sunrises, sunsets and even dark skies (weather permitting) these opportunities have allowed me to hone and develop my skills as a time lapse photographer.

Please feel free to contact me to discuss any commercial work or collaboration enquiries you may have.


Joe Tuck

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Joe Tuck

Bristol
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7846 689 065

Email: info@joetuck.com

Website: www.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.


Nick Upton

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Nick Upton

5 Kingsdown House
Kingsdown
Corsham
Wiltshire SN13 8AX
UK

Phone: +44 (0)1225 742 300
Mobile: +44 (0)7576 214 573

Email: nickupton@btopenworld.com

Websites with stills/video clips: www.naturepl.com & www.rspb-images.com

Nick is a freelance stills photographer and videographer with extensive experience of documenting wildlife / conservation projects with high quality images of nature and of people/animal interactions. He’s won recent awards at several European and UK stills photography competitions, including the Documentary Series category of the British Wildlife Photography Awards in 2014 and 2016. His images have illustrated six features in BBC Wildlife magazine since 2014 and have appeared in National Geographic magazine.

He photographs all kinds of wildlife from tiny macro subjects to shy birds and mammals, is used to capturing people at work on camera, and does a lot of nocturnal photography using camera traps and infra red techniques. He also shoots HD DSLR video clips and his footage of beavers, including unique scenes of nocturnal dam-building has appeared on BBC Springwatch.

Nick has also worked as a wildlife TV director and producer for over 20 years on films and series of many kinds, from high end to low budget, for a wide variety of broadcast/non-broadcast clients in Europe/USA/Asia. Films he's written, directed and produced have won nearly 100 awards including 11 'Best of Festival' wins in 8 countries.

Nick is interested in discussing commissions on a very flexible basis, offering one or more of photography, videography, directing, writing or producing.

He's also a co-author of The Norfolk Cranes' Story.


Jorge Camilo Valenzuela

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Jorge Camilo Valenzuela

Taverny
France

Phone: +33 64 762 9882

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Director & Wildlife Filmmaker.

12 years experience in Wildlife Photography.

Specialist in Rainforest (Amazonia, Africa, Asia).

Author coffee table books for French Editor Vilo & National Geographic Spain.

I do Photo Exhibition & project sponsored by NIKON, UNESCO & National Geographic.

I am equipped Drone 4k & Caméra 4K & big lenses.

I speak English, French, Spanish.

Please contact me if you have any serious project in the jungle, Central America, South America, Africa & Asia.


Kate Westaway

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Kate Westaway

Bristol
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7866 748 629

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Email: kate@katewestaway.com

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I am a self-shooting AP and underwater stills photographer with my HSE Part IV Scuba qualification.

I'm very experienced at setting up shoots overseas and capable of working alone. I've worked on a variety of TV programmes from sensitive, investigative human-interest documentaries to adventure/wildlife subjects.

I've worked for Tigress Productions, Diverse TV, Granada, RDF to name a few and made programmes for the BBC, ITV, Channel 4 and Discovery Channel among others.

My photography has been published in magazines all around the world including Time Magazine, I exhibit regularly and I have a book published on Humpback Whales.


Meg White

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Meg White

Sydney
New South Wales
Australia

Phone: +61 (0)413 368 341

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Email: meg@meg-white.com

Website: www.meg-white.com

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I provide cinematography and photography services.

I am experienced in camera department across big budget and independent feature films to television and documentary.

My stills work encompasses commissioned fine art, portraiture, wildlife and landscape photography.

My work has taken me all over Australia and overseas.


Nick Wilcox-Brown

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Nick Wilcox-Brown

Coombe Lodge
Blagdon
North Somerset
BS40 7RG
UK

phone: +44 (0)7973 897 578

email: nick.wilcoxbrown@gmail.com

website: www.nickwb.com

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Experienced with all current camera platforms, Nick is a UK-based wildlife cameraman, successfully transitioned from 20+ years shooting high-end editorial photography.

Recent work includes a Natural History insert for the BBC’s One Show, timelapse for a forthcoming BBC series + films and interviews for commercial clients.

Expert with Epic / Alexa / C300 / Varicam / EX and DSLR camera

Key skills include:
Long lens, Sync, Time-lapse, Audio, Studio & Location lighting.

Post production:
Adobe Premiere CC
Apple Final Cut Pro X / 7 / Motion
Blackmagic Resolve


Thomas Young

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Thomas Young

Thomas Young

Beyond the Riverbank
55 Rook Tree Lane
Stotfold SG5 4DL
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7896 901 051

Email: thomas.young.89@hotmail.co.uk

Website: www.beyondtheriverbank.com

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Environmental Conservationist. Founder of Beyond the Riverbank. I use my landscape and wildlife photography, writing and wildlife films as a great excuse to explore the natural world and share my passions with others.

As a presenter I am easy-going and informative. I love to immerse myself in the subjects at hand.

Specialising in marine conservation, I am HSE Pro Scuba Part IV trained, and have gained vast amounts of public engagement experience working with numerous environmental charities.

I hope to inspire as many people as I can to get out and open their senses to the world around us - you really do not have to travel far to see great wildlife!


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