I'm a natural history camera op, National Geographic Explorer and award-winning wildlife photographer. I specialise in filming with gimbals, both handheld and car-mounted. I also regularly film with long lens CN20, drone (CAA Licensed), motion-controlled kit and I'm happy to film on the shoulder obs doc and presenters. I am accustomed to working in remote locations for long periods. I have recently filmed for the BBC, Netflix, Apple, Channel 4 and Nat Geo.
I own a wildlife filming vehicle in Kenya with a Black Arm and Ronin 2 setup, the car also has a low angle filming door. Please see the car hire page for more information.
Outside of my broadcast work I've filmed conservation stories with various NGOs including WWF, am a Scientific Exploration Society Grantee and have been awarded the Scott Pearlman film award by the Explorers Club. I founded the organisation Stand Up for Nature which shows wildlife films to remote communities on a bicycle-powered cinema.
For a current CV and showreel please get in touch. Jamie@standupfornature.org