Very honoured to be featured by Bristol’s own globe spanning Natural History Network as an “Emerging Camera Talent”. I was highlighted alongside such talented individuals as Tania Rose Esteban, Ben Tutton, Paul Klaver, Yuzuru Masuda, Oliver Mueller and Louis Labrom. The NHN has chosen to feature us as “One’s to watch: 2018”. They are all great camera people with promising futures ahead of them. Sam Stewart was also on the list but he is off globe trotting as Silverback Films’ new camera bursary person so separate congratulations to him as well.
As they say in their feature: “We’ve had our eye on some brilliant emerging talent amongst our camera listings, Tapping into the wildlife film grapevine we’ve identified a few people who we reckon may have what it takes to succeed in the blue chip game.
It’s tricky getting a foothold in this industry – but with the right mix of talent, tenacity and personality you can make it and you can make it big !
These people have a good eye, a great work ethic and a fantastic show reel – and they are also the kind of chaps and chappeses you’d be happy to hunkder down with in a soggy hide.
LOOK OUT FOR our list of Emerging Blue Chip Camera Talent amongst NHN Members.”
Many thanks to the NHN Hub!
(Link is for subscribers to NHN only, see below screen grabs to read the feature)