SELECTED CREDITS

[for a downloadable CV, click here]

 

2016 - 2019

CHINA’S HIDDEN KINGDOMS

Brian Leith Productions for National Geographic _ Director Jess Tombs _ Executive Producer Brian Leith _ 1 (of 5) x 60 mins

Epic natural history series on China’s wildlife with each episode featuring a different habitat. Seasonal Forests focuses the amazing lives of golden snub-nosed monkeys and follows one young baby through her first year.

AGE OF BIG CATS

Ammonite for Terra Mater and Curiosity Stream _ Director Ingrid Kvale _ Series Producers Martin Dohrn, Joe Loncraine _ 2 (of 3) x 60 mins

Innovative series examining the lives of big cats from the Ice Age to the present, investigating how they outlived the sabretooths and dominated the globe. Using CGI and modern-day footage, including specialist night-filming.

 

ATTENBOROUGH'S LIFE THAT GLOWS

Ammonite/Terra Mater for BBC2 _ Director Joe Loncraine _ Executive Producers Martin Dohrn, Ivo Filatsch _ 1 x 60 mins

Sir David Attenborough takes us on a journey of adventure and discovery into the amazing world of bioluminescence. Shown as part of the BBC's 'Attenborough at 90' season.  [VIEW CLIP]

Nominated: BEST EDITING (non-scripted programme), RTS West Awards 2017

Nominated: BAFTA, Specialist Factual, 2017

Winner: Grand Helix Award, Jackson Hole Science Media Awards 2016

Winner: NHK Science Award & Technical Innovation Award, Wildscreen Pandas 2016

Winner: Best Nature, Environment & Ecology programme, Cannes Corporate Media & TV Awards 2016  

ATLANTIC - A YEAR IN THE WILD

Tigress Productions for Channel 5 _ Series Director Duncan Chard _ Executive Producer Emily Dalton _ 1 (of 4) x 60mins

Highly successful natural history strand for Channel 5, featuring the beauty, drama and challenges facing some of the world's most spectacular wildlife. Each series features a different location, with a different season per episode. Narrated by David Suchet.

CANADA - A YEAR IN THE WILD

Tigress Productions for Channel 5 _ Director Matt Thompson _ Executive Producer Emily Dalton _ 1 (of 4) x 60mins

Forerunner to above series.

ALASKA - A YEAR IN THE WILD

Tigress Productions for Channel 5 _ Series Director Duncan Chard _ Executive Producer Sarah Swingler _ 2 (of 4) x 60mins

Forerunner to above series.

 

LION COUNTRY: NIGHT & DAY

Plimsoll Productions for ITV _ series director Beth Brooks _ executive producers Martha Holmes, James Smith, Grant Mansfield _ 2 (of 3) x 60 mins

Cameras follow the lives of two lion prides, in extraordinary detail, day and night, in Zambia's South Luangwa National Park.

 

LIFE AT THE EXTREME WITH DAVINA MCCALL

Plimsoll Productions for ITV _ series director Barny Revill _ executive producers Martha Holmes, Gavin Henderson, Grant Mansfield _ 1 (of 4) x 60 mins

Davina McCall travels to extreme enviornments to see how animals (and she) survive in some of the toughest places on Earth. [VIEW CLIP]

 

YORKSHIRE - A YEAR IN THE WILD

Tigress Productions for Channel 5 _ Director Duncan Chard _ Executive Producer Dick Colthurst _ 1 (of 4) x 60mins

 Forerunner to above series, narrated by Sean Bean.

2014 - 2016

LOCH LOMOND - A YEAR IN THE WILD (Editor and Edit Producer)

Tigress Productions for Channel 5 _ Director Duncan Chard _ Executive Producer Dick Colthurst _ 1 (of 4) x 60mins

First ‘A Year in the Wild’ series, narrated by John Hannah. Cut one of the shows, plus edited and edit produced international versions for the whole series.  [VIEW CLIP]

 

ROUND PLANET 

BBC Earth _ series producer Christina Nutter _ executive producer Katie Brosnan _ 2 (of 10) x 30 mins

Comedy series which subverts the conventions of natural history films and filmmaking. Matt Lucas narrates as Austin Wedgwood, a washed up wildlife presenter.

 

DEADLY INSTINCTS 

Plimsoll Productions for NatGeo Wild _ director Kirstine Davidson _ executive producers Martha Holmes, Andrew Jackson, Grant Mansfield

Great stories from the animal kingdom told in a distinctive narrative style, using flashbacks, on-screen graphics and original, contemporary music.

 

WILD WEATHER WITH RICHARD HAMMOND

Oxford Scientific Films for BBC1 _ Director Graham Booth _ Executive Producer Jane Aldous & Alice Keens-Soper _ 2 (of 3) x 60mins

Richard Hammond delves into the science behind extraordinary weather, in a series of brave, ambitious and sometimes just plain unlikely experiments. [VIEW CLIP]

Nominated: Nat Geo Wild Series Award, Wildscreen Pandas 2016

Winner: Script Award (for Graham Booth), Wildscreen Pandas 2016

 

RIVER MONSTERS (Editor and Edit Producer)

Icon Films for ITV & Animal Planet _ Directors Bess Manley & Duncan Chard _ Executive Producer Harry Marshall _ 2 x 60mins, 12 x 30mins

Biologist and extreme angler Jeremy Wade risks life and limb to uncover the dark secrets of our planet’s rivers. Cut two main shows (series 3 and series 6), plus edited and edit produced ITV half-hour reversions for all of series 7 and 8. [VIEW CLIP]

(Series 6) Nominated: Best Series, RTS West Awards 2015

 

2015 & 2013

SURVIVE THE TRIBE/PRIMAL SURVIVOR

Icon Films for National Geographic _ Director Nick White _ Executive Producer Harry Marshall _ 2 x 60mins

Edited first episodes in 2 series - survival expert Hazen Audel heads on an epic adventure to some of the most remote tribal communities in the world to learn their survival secrets.

 

2011 - 2013

ANIMAL ODD COUPLES

Oxford Scientific Films for BBC1 _ Director Barny Revil _ Executive Producer  Alice Keens-Soper _ 1 (of 2) x 60mins

Animal behaviourist Liz Bonnin meets people across the world who have amazing bonds with the most unexpected animals. [VIEW CLIP]

Nominated: Popular Broadcast Award, Wildscreen Pandas 2014

 

RICHARD HAMMOND'S MIRACLES OF NATURE

Oxford Scientific Films for BBC1 _ Director Graham Booth _ Executive Producer  Alice Keens-Soper _ 2 (of 3) x 60mins

Richard Hammond investigates the extraordinary super-powers of the animal kingdom and finds out how they inspire amazing inventions at the forefront of science. [VIEW CLIP]

Winner: Best hosted or presenter-led programme, Jackson Hole Wild 2013 and Jackson Hole Science Media Awards 2014

Finalist: Best Limited Series, Jackson Hole Wild 2013 and Jackson Hole Science Media Awards 2014

 

HOW NATURE WORKS

BBC NHU for National Geographic _ Director Gillian Taylor _ Series Producer  Paul Bradshaw _ 2 (of 4) x 60mins

A groundbreaking, global nature series showcasing the incredible ecosystems that make life on Earth possible.

 

SECRETS OF WILD INDIA

Icon Films for National Geographic _ Director Duncan Chard _ Executive Producer Harry Marshall _ 1 (of 3) x 60mins

Natural history documentary celebrating the diversity and drama of India's wildlife. Narrated by David Attenborough. [VIEW CLIP]

Winner: Best series ($250k - $500k), International Wildlife Film Festival

 

SPAWN OF JAWS

Icon Films for Discovery _ Director Luke Wiles _ Executive Producer Harry Marshall _ 1  x 60mins

One-off programme for Discovery’s hugely popular ‘Shark Week’, following scientist Michael Domeier’s attempts to attach satellite tags to great white sharks.

 

RIVER COTTAGE CHRISTMAS FAYRE

Keo Films for Channel 4 _ Director Stephen Leigh _ Executive Producer Andrew Palmer _ 1  x 60mins

Fast turnaround edit for the ever-popular Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall series.

 

2006 - 2010, 2013

NATURE SHOCK

Tigress Productions for Channel 5/National Geographic_Series Producers Graham Booth, Jo Shinner_Executive Producers Kath Moore, Andrew Jackson_6 x 60mins

Documentary strand investigating strange and unexplained occurrences in the natural world, systematically unravelling mysteries to reveal the culprit or cause. [VIEW CLIP]

 

2005 - 2009

BEAR GRYLLS: BORN SURVIVOR

Diverse for Channel 4 & Discovery _ Series Producer Scott Tankard _ Executive Producers Jane Lomas, Steve Rankin _  4 x 60mins

High-adrenaline action and survival tips with expert Bear Grylls.

 

AUSTIN STEVENS ADVENTURES (Editor and Edit Producer)

Tigress Productions for Channel 5 & Animal Planet _ Series Producers Graham Booth, Sarah Peat _ Executive Producer Andrew Jackson _ 8 x 60mins, 1 x 90mins

Snake expert and photographer Austin Stevens travels the globe in search of dangerous animals to capture on camera. 

 

AMAZING PLANTS

Parthenon for National Geographic _ Director Martin Willis _ 1 x 60mins

Stunning visuals and amazing stories of the extraordinary and unexpected things that plants can do.

Finalist: Best Science and Nature Programme, Jackson Hole Wild 2011

 

ROBERT NEWMAN'S HISTORY OF OIL

Tiger Aspect Productions for More4 _ Director Sean Grundy _ Executive Producer Jago Lee _ 1 x 60mins

Live stand-up comedy with a political message, intercut with documentary footage and studio sketches.

 

SPRINGWATCH

BBC NHU for BBC1 _ Producer Molly Fry _ Executive Producer Tim Scoones

Pre-recorderd inserts to be shown as part of the live broadcasts.

 

TIMESHIFT

BBC Bristol for BBC4 & BBC2 _ Series Producer John Das _ Executive Producer Michael Poole _ 2 x 40mins

Archive-based documentary strand featuring interesting and unusual stories from 20th century history.

 

RETURN TO CASTAWAY 2000

BBC Bristol for BBC2 _ Director Rebecca Whyte _ x 30mins

Documentary series revisiting the first 'reality TV' show, and finding out what happened to the participants after the programme.

 

1999 - 2004

MONSTERS WE MET

BBC NHU for BBC2 _ Director Andrew Graham Brown _ Executive Producer Michael Gunton _ 1 (0f 3) x 60mins

Drama-documentary examining how the Maoris settled in New Zealand, causing extinctions and changing landscapes, and what this says about humans and nature in a broader context.

 

WHY I HATE THE SIXTIES

BBC Bristol for BBC4 _ Director Gerry Dawson _ Executive Producer Michael Poole _ 1 x 60mins

Documentary that challenged some of the myths of the 'Swinging Sixties'.

 

THE END OF THE WALL

BBC Bristol for BBC4  _ Director Kate Thomas _ Executive Producer Michael Poole _ 1 x 30mins

Documentary about the fall of the Berlin Wall, told through on-screen text and music from the era.

 

WALK ON BY - THE STORY OF POPULAR SONG

BBC Bristol for BBC2 _ Series Producer Alan Lewens _ 2 x 50mins

Re-edits for a documentary series following the history of popular music.

 

WE ARE HISTORY

BBC Bristol for BBC2 _ Director Sean Grundy _ Executive Producer Jeremy Howe _ 6(of 6) x 10mins

Spoof history series in which comedian Marcus Brigstocke blunders his way through famous events in British history and gets it all wrong.

 

UNCLE DOUGLAS

The Picture Farm for BBC2 and various film festivals _ Director Sean Grundy _ 1 x 10mins

Short film - a black comedy on the subject of revenge. 

Nominated: Best Film, New Short Film Festival 2004

 

RAY MEARS' EXTREME SURVIVAL

BBC Bristol for BBC2 _ Director Andrew Graham Brown _ Executive Producer Dick Colthurst _ 1 x 30mins

Survival tips from the expert in the beautiful expanse of the Rocky Mountains.

 

LIVING FAMOUSLY

BBC Bristol for BBC1 _ Series Producer Tom Ware _ 5 x 60mins

Biographies tracing the lives of stage and screen stars.