John Waters, wildlife and documentary cameraman
I am an award-winning wildlife and documentary cameraman, familiar with a wide variety of filming styles and equipment. I have credits on over 60 films, many of which have won awards at festivals – including Wildscreen. In 2008 I received an Emmy nomination for Cinematography for Meerkat Manor.
I currently own a Sony FS7 kit plus A7S Mk. II – both 4K capable – which I use with my Canon lenses.
My spare time is devoted to stills photography, specialising in atmospheric landscapes of my home county of Somerset. There are regular exhibitions of my work and I produce a range of greeting cards now available in 15 outlets across the region. Prints and cards can be ordered via the Shop page.
One small garden in the cityDecember 18 2020
This is a short film I made in my partner's garden in Bristol during lockdown. Avon Wildlife...
First Curlew film releasedApril 25 2020
Singer/songwriter David Gray tells the story of our Curlews in winter. Six minutes long ......
Filming for CurlewsFebruary 3 2020
In December I started on a series of short films with Mary Colwell, author of ...
Gilfach Nature ReserveMay 21 2018
In May a new visitor centre was opened in this gem of a reserve run by Radnorshire Wildlife...
'Wild Britain' series broadcast datesMarch 1 2018
Starting on Tuesday 6th March at 9pm on Channel 5, Wild Britain consists of 8 episodes. My...
'Hugh's Wild West' goes out on BBC2February 14 2018
It was fun working on this 12 part series with Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall who explores the...