Based in Bristol, Paul is an Award-Winning camera operator specialized in natural history filmmaking. He is also a determined time-lapse enthusiast and occasionally a nature photographer. His credits include the wildly successful The New Wilderness. A two year project that became the highest grossing natural history film in the Netherlands. His wildlife images were published in the accompanying photo book to the film.

His skillset includes long lens animal behavior and sequence work. His aim is to capture the essence of wilderness. He has travelled through a wide range of climates and habitats. From high up in the Himalayas, to the thick jungle of the Amazon and in the cold waters of the Galapagos. On the rugged coasts of Southeast Alaska he made a personal short by using time-lapse techniques and underwater footage in order to tell the story of the nutrient cycle in a poetic way.

Experience include ARRI Amira, RED, Sony F55, camera traps, motion controlled time-lapse. Paul is a certified drone pilot (ROC light), a PADI Open Water Diver and is currently holding a US I-visa.

Winner of the Time-lapse category at the 50th BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition - watch the clip here

Available for hire with optional RED Dragon kit

Recent credits:

Perfect Planet - Silverback Films

Seven Worlds - BBC NHU

Our Planet - Silverback Films


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