Wildlife Film and Photography
Locations & Subjects
His client list includes:
- BBC Breakfast
- BBC Natural History Unit
- BBC One Show
- BBC Spring Watch
- Oxford Scientific Films
- Passion Pictures
- Silverback Films
He is often employed as consultant many of the largest budget natural history documentaries and films. Some of these cannot be named at this stage as they are still in production and subject to Non Disclosure Agreement.
Guide and consultancy
David regularly acts as a guide, consultant and photographer for documentary and film-makers visiting the Knepp Rewilding Project. He has most recently assisted in the reintroduction of beavers on the estate and been commissioned to film White Storks for BBC Springwatch and Little Owls for TV2 Denmark
David is regularly hired as a guide by leading wildlife filmmakers. And is often employed as consultant many of the largest budget natural history documentaries and films. Some of these cannot be named at this stage as they are still in production and subject to Non Disclosure Agreement.
His in-depth understanding of wildlife behaviour and access to exceptional wildlife rich habitats ensures that even the most experienced film crews achieve sensational footage whilst reducing time and money spent on location. (change language to most appropriate – reducing shoot time etc – if necessary).
UK Wildlife filming location
David only works with wild animals and has a huge amount of experience in steering their behaviour to allow for easier filming opportunities. Please contact David for a current list of species. David also owns 11 acres of beautiful ancient woodland in Sussex specifically set up for filming and photography.
He can also work to wish lists.
Not only is he a genius photographer, he is an inspiration for everyone who hears his story and sees his incredible wildlife photography. He is obviously very passionate about his work and a great collaborator. Working with David is a blast!Felix Julian Koch
David is a rare beast; an old-school naturalist with a way with animals, and people. If it lives and breathes anywhere near his local patch, he probably knows where it is and the best way to get you in front of it.Chris Howard