I grew up on a coffee farm in Kenya, where a close relationship with the Wildlife became an integral part of everyday life. Although I started out my career as a Grip in the commercial world, that love of wildlife was to lead me swiftly to my natural destiny, and I was soon able to pursue my ‘dream’ vocation as a Wildlife Cameraman.

Filming on top of Mt. Ol Olokwe, Northern Kenya. BBC NHU.  Camera: Panasonic Varicam.

Filming at Lake Bogoria, Kenya on Red One camera for John Downer Productions.

Filming on the Grumeti River, Tanzania with the Photron SA2 High speed camera. JDP.

Filming in Istanbul, Turkey on Red One for JDP.

Filming near Jomsom, Nepal on Red One for JDP.

Filming in Ruaha NP, Tanzania. for Cosmos FFP and ORF on Sony 750. (Photo: Wolfgang Knoepfler)

Filming in Suguta Valley, Kenya for BBC NHU on Panasonic Varicam. (Photo: John Clark)

Filming in the Okavango Delta, Botswana for Afriscreen Films and BBC NHU on Panasonic Varicam.

Winning cinematography awards at Jackson Hole and Wildscreen film festivals, my credits include Principal Cameraman on  the Large Format Film “Roar Lions of the Kalahari”, BBC’s Natural World “Swamp Cats” and credits as Cameraman on some of the worlds best Natural History programmes including Life, Natures Great Events, Swarm Nature’s Incredible Invasions, Great Rift.

I have filmed on nearly every format available from Imax (65mm), 35mm, 16mm film, the latest Digital Cinema (RED) and High Definition video formats,(SONY, PANASONIC)  and also have experience with the latest High Speed HD cameras (PHANTOM, PHOTRON) and Low Light IR technology.

My work has taken me far a field and I have been fortunate enough to film worldwide, often in remote locations, including, Africa, Middle East, USA, South America, Nepal, India and Scandinavia. A large part of my experience and knowledge comes from working in eastern and southern Africa (Kenya, Zambia, Botswana and Tanzania). 


And I  have a vast knowledge of the African bush and its creatures. My sense of direction is quite extraordinary and I still haven’t lost myself yet!

Filming using a Red on a Tyler mount to film Lake Flies on Lake Victoria for ‘Earthflight’ (Photo: David Mckay)

Filming in Kenya for Kire Godal and her ‘Lion Warriors’ film for National Geographic. Red One

(Phot: Mike Moller)

Off to film bears  for ‘Earthflight’ with a 3D rig on a cable cam with Martyn Bell.

Filming Cranes for ‘Earthflight’ from a hide in Sweden. It was a bit chilly even in the hide, but it obviously amused me.

Below are some pictures of me on various shoots. Most of the time being sensible.