Award-winning wildlife cameraman, presenter, and public speaker who received a Royal Television Society award for presenting his work on the BBC Two series' The Polar Bear Family & Me and The Bear Family & Me.
He worked as an assistant from the age of 17 until he was 23. From then on, he worked as a cameraman.
Some of his notable TV credits are for Wild Burma, The Dark: Nature's Nightmare World, Land of the Lost Wolves, Lost Land of the Tiger, Lost Land of the Volcano, and Lost Land of the Jaguar.
He was born in the Vale of Leven hospital in Alexandria.
He served as a cinematographer on the Planet Earth Live television documentary in which Richard Hammond was a presenter.