Producer | Director | Cameraman
An accomplished natural history filmmaker and artistic cameraman with an eye for a shot, Adrian has a wealth of experience leading projects from a simple idea right through the edit. He likes nothing better than being in a far away corner of the world juggling a tripod with uncooperative animals.
He has spent extended time filming in the USA, South America, Africa, Indonesia, China and other distant places, changing hats at home to craft scripts and bring projects to life.
Adrian is multi-skilled, creative and resourceful, finding interesting and original ways to capture and tell great stories.
If you have a project you would like to discuss please do get in touch.
To view some examples of Adrian’s work go to the clips page.
Select credits include:
Chimp School – 1 x 60’ Pupfish Productions for Nat Geo Wild
Producer, Director, Cameraman, Writer – An intimate story told through the evolving lives of rehabilitating chimps in Sierra Leone. This film explores how orphans are brought back from the brink and taught the skills to cope with troop life. A variety of shooting techniques showcase them on a heart-warming journey of self-discovery.
TV TIMES Review – ‘Seeing a human surrogate gain Jackie’s trust is telly at its best!’
The Great Butterfly Adventure: Africa to Britain with the Painted Lady – 1 x 90’ ITN Productions for BBC Four
Producer, Director, Cameraman, Writer – Feature length film unravelling the mystery of the longest butterfly migration on earth. Martha Kearney & Dr James Logan follow the painted lady from the African deserts to here. Cutting edge science, investigation, adventure, and macro detail reveal the secrets of an extraordinary insect.
Panda Babies – 1 x 60’ ITN Productions for ITV, BBC Worldwide & Nat Geo Wild
Producer, Director, Cameraman, Writer – A unique character based insight into giant pandas follows them from birth to one year olds. The up, down, fun and traumatic lives of an animal icon. Broadcast on ITV primetime New Years Eve 2015 and as Panda Babies: Mission Critical on Nat Geo Wild Autumn 2016
Lady Baboon – 1 x 52’ NHU Africa/Zodiak Rights
Producer, Director, Cameraman, Writer – The life of Rita Miljo and her groundbreaking work with baboons in South Africa. A jaw-dropping personal history fuelled her self-taught work and made her a world expert.
Snow Leopards of Leafy London – 7 x 30mins Pupfish Productions/Artists in Motion for Animal Planet (worldwide)
Series Producer, Director, Cameraman – Series revealing a secret world of snow leopards in the greenbelt of London and a quirky, intimate foray into the life of one of the world’s most enigmatic big cats.
Jungle Babies: Tarsier Tails – 20 x 30mins Artists in Motion for Channel 5 & BBC Worldwide
Cameraman – Filmed almost entirely in infrared following the secret lives of nocturnal tarsiers in the dense forests of Sulawesi, Indonesia, alongside those of the daytime denizens of the forest.
Finalist – ‘Best Children’s Programme’ – Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival 2013
Panorama (Palm Oil: Dying for a Biscuit) – 1 x 30mins BBC for BBC One
Cameraman – Episode for primetime BBC current affairs series, uncovering the devastating environmental impact the palm oil industry is having on Borneo and in particular the orangutan.