International Association of Wildlife Film-makers
The IAWF was founded in 1982 to foster communication and co-operation between people who are often isolated in the field. Its worldwide membership includes many of the leading names in the industry.
Lloyd & Rose Buck
Based near Bristol, Lloyd and Rose Buck are specialist bird trainers and handlers for film and television.
The Jane Goodall Institute
Founded in 1977 by primatologist Jane Goodall, renowned for her ground-breaking research on chimpanzees, the JGI promotes understanding, conservation and welfare of all great apes.
Somerset Wildlife Trust
The SWT promotes wildlife conservation throughout the county and manages or owns 75 nature reserves - including the best wildlife habitats in Somerset.
Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB)
The RSPB was set up primarily for birds but now with the emphasis on protecting habitats for birds, all wildlife can reap the benefits.
Somerset Film & Video Ltd
Somerset Film & Video is a charity devoted to developing and supporting film and digital media skills within Somerset and the South West. I was honoured to be appointed to the Board of Trustees in 2010.
Film-makers for Conservation
FFC is a community of people working in the global film and TV industry that campaigns to get more airtime for films that deal with 'difficult' conservation and environmental issues.
Nature Picture Library
NPL are agents for most of my wildlife images.
The UK's media and entertainment union covering broadcast, film, independent production, theatre and the arts, leisure and digital media. They are a great source of support for freelancers including wildlife camerapeople.
Films @ 59
Based in Bristol, Films @ 59 have become the main hub of pre- and post-production services in the region. I am particularly indebted to their Equipment Hire Dept. which has offered me sound advice and practical help on countless occasions
Natural History Network
Based in Bristol the Natural History Network is a major networking hub for professionals in the international wildlife industry.
The Wildscreen Festival is internationally recognised as the most prestigious and influential event of its kind in the world. It is held every 2 years in Bristol. In December I joined the Festival Artistic Committee to help plan this year's event from October 19 - 24th 2014.
Situated in Taunton's historic Bath Place, this gallery carries a selection of my mounted and framed prints.
Avon Wildlife Trust
Campaigns for wildlife conservation and looks after 37 nature reserves in the Avon area.