I’m a fun, hard working animal geek. I have worked in academia, zoos, and international biodiversity conservation policy. Starting off in journalism, I have more recently moved to broadcasting and wildlife filmmaking. I have a broad knowledge of the natural world and how to make different styles of wildlife TV content, both on and off screen.
After a winter sports accident 10 years ago I became a wheelchair user. I’ve never let it hold me back, and I have proved that my disability is no barrier to my life nor my career.
Sept 2007- May 2008
MSC BIODIVERSITY AND CONSERVATION
University of Leeds
Pass with Merit
Sept 1999 - June 2001
University of Edinburgh
Roles & Responsibilities
July 2020 - PRESENT
*SECRET PRODUCTION TITLE*
AP for a global blue chip natural history series. Responsible for research,
coordinating and directing shoots
across 2 episodes.
April 2020- July 2020
WALK ON THE WILD SIDE
AP for the revival of WOTWS for multiple territories. Responsible for coordinating archive sourcing, writing editorial, checking compliance and managing the delivery of a package of 25 hours of NHU clips to clients across multiple global markets.
Jan 2019- April 2020
BBC Natural History Unit
Hectic role setting up and going on multiple international shoots for a new natural history factual entertainment show with blue chip filming. I worked with leading international academics, national parks, governmental agencies and stunt teams. Locations were often remote, included complex stunts and I was also heavily involved in the initial development and post-production.
AP in Natural History and Factual Entertainment
Disabled Wildlife Filmmaker and Industry Advocate for Diversity
Willdife Presenter and Wildlife Expert