PBS/BBC, Brian Leith Productions, Director of Photography "A beautifully made series. It’s about rehabilitation—how humans are correcting environmental outrages from Panama to Mozambique to Central China to Yellowstone Park.The camerawork, led by director of photography George Woodcock, is exhilarating." The Wall Street Journal. photo by Peter Lown
H IS FOR HAWK
BBC Natural World, Mike Birkhead Associates, Principle Photography 2018 Grierson Awards : Best Natural History Programme "Our winning film was an original approach to a compelling love story. The level of craft on the film was exceptional". Liesel Evans, Jury Chair.
BATMAN OF MEXICO
BBC Natural World, Windfall Film, Director of Photography "It’s beautifully shot, full of sweeping landscapes and intimate close-ups of nectar-drinking bats, and some sequences are technically and technologically astounding." The New Yorker.
AFRICA'S GENTLE GIANTS
BBC Natural World, Director of Photograpghy "This was stirring stuff indeed Not just because of the difficulty of capturing and transporting these large-yet-delicate animals but also for such endearingly odd sights as a truckload of giraffes taking a ferry ride across a river. But the biggest achievement of this film was its reminder of just how neglected even a universally recognisable animal like the giraffe can be. An animal so gentle the danger of extinction looms without our even noticing. Happily, with the Fennessys on the case, that seems a more remote prospect now." The Telegraph
SAVING PLANET EARTH: FIXING A HOLE
Channel 4, Director of Photography. The remarkable story of the hole in the ozone layer - and how we fixed it.
ATTENBOROUGH'S WONDER OF EGGS
BBC Natural World/ Mike Birkhead. Director of Photography.