Below are some examples of footage that I have shot, helped shoot or edited. Details of my participation below each clip.
In Nigeria’s last primary rainforest, the drill monkey is rapidly losing its home. As the walls close in, one group of conservationists are about to attempt the largest captive primate release ever, with 200 drills to be released.
The trailer for my final film produced for my Masters in Wildlife Filmmaking, The Drills of Afi Mountain.
A video produced for Valley Advocates for Responsible Development as part of a “Video Blitz” run by One Percent for the Tetons in Wyoming, USA. The team (Nick Poole, Alice Marlow, Sam Lewis, Kori Price) and I shot the film in a day, and my role was mainly producer and editor.
An interview with my mother about her dogs for a project for my MA Wildlife Filmmaking course. Filmed and edited by myself, thanks to Pauline for her participation.
A sequence of action for a project for my MA Wildlife Filmmaking course. Filmed and edited by myself, thanks to Olly and Maks for their participation.
A film produced by myself and three fellow students (Lizzie Tilley, Gavin Shand and Jamie Curtis-Hayward) on our MA Wildlife Filmmaking course for BBC Autumnwatch 2014, used on their social media under #MyAutumn.
The best bits of behaviour after sorting through a weeks worth of video from putting my trail cam up to watch a bird feeder in my garden.
Students at Rising Dragon Martial Arts School in China attempting the “Bring Sally Up Push Up Challenge”. Filmed by myself.