Guanaco // Torres del Paine, Chile
// is an Emmy Award-winning wildlife cinematographer who has filmed in many of the planet’s most wild and inspirational environments. Beyond natural history, his experience spans a wide range of production — from live television, human interest stories, commericals and independent feature film to leading-edge virtual reality technology.
"I'm in continuous awe of our planet - the power of its harshest environments - the diversity of cultures - and the ever-changing motion, unpredictability and allure of the wild.
That's why I point the camera. Cinematography is a tool to translate that inspiration - to create the shots, find the moments and dedicate to the telling of the story as it unfolds.
I carry this approach on assignments around the planet - from the floating villages of Vietnam to frozen Arctic seas, beneath the waves of the world's oceans and into our own backyards."
"Sex, Lies and Butterflies" PBS Nature // Mozambique, Peru, US
"The Last Polar Bear" Intel // Norway
"Sing-Sing Festival in Virtual Reality" NextVR // Papua New Guinea
"Loch Ness" Animal Planet // Scotland, Ireland
"The Darien Gap" Tangled Bank // Colombia, Panama
"Passage to Mars" NASA // Canadian High Arctic
"A Sloth Named Velcro" PBS Nature // Colombia, Costa Rica, Panama
"Life Below Zero" BBC/National Geographic // Alaska
"Super Hummingbirds" PBS Nature // Colombia, Costa Rica, Desert Southwest
Great White // Mexico
Ellusive Puffins // Hebrides, Scotland
Shooting Aerials // Alaska
Musician // Papua New Guinea
Sleeping Sloths // Panama
Potential Car // Outback, Australia
Epic 360VR // Grand Tetons
Leaving Hebron // Israel
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