Director of Photography

Award-winning director of photography for factual films and commercials

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Award-winning Director of Photography working in factual television & film. Three-time BAFTA nominated with an extensive body of work across the specialist factual genre from television to IMAX.

Robert is an experienced Director of Photography and Photographer with over 10 years experience working in documentary photography.

He has a strong flair for both the artistic with the technical; advancing technical aspects of film making based on a solid knowledge and passion for light. Particular experience in areas of specialist photography including timelapse, slow motion, macro and motion-control.

Allied to this is a lifetime of travel and exploration from city streets to the isolation of the polar regions. Originally a Biologist; with a background as a professional photographer for ten years. Represented by Alamy & Getty, his work sells globally.

Photography

Highly experienced, passionate and internationally published documentary photographer with over 10 years experience both in the UK on locations around the world. Represented by Alamy and Getty.

Specialist Photography

Twice BAFTA nominated for specialist photography work including pioneering new 3D and timelapse techniques. Experience outside the visible spectrum stretches into UV, IR and thermal imaging.

Low light

Stock

Television. Film. IMAX.

Motion Control

Designer and engineer of specialist filming equipment to get that illusive shot. Projects include motion-controllable and full repeatable 20′ crane, dollies, macro focusing racks. Designed for 2D and 3D.

Awards

Three-time BAFTA-nominated Director of Photography. IVCA and GTC Award-winning.

Life After: Chernobyl

Life After: Chernobyl Animal Planet are airing today a documentary I worked on a little while ago. In this one-off 60 min doc, we explore how life is fairing in the post-nuclear area of the Chernobyl exclusion zone. Presented by biologist Rob Nelson and anthropologist...

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How to Stay Young (BBC 1) airs

The latest science documentary series I’ve shot for the BBC has just gone out. Airing on BBC 1 at 9pm on 7th April (Ep1) and 14th April (Ep2). Angela Rippon and Chris van Tulleken explore the process of ageing in mind and body. For more information, see my...

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Credits

Conquest of the Skies (Sky 3D & IMAX). Hidden Kingdoms (BBC). Queens Garden (ITV). Kingdom of Plants (Sky 3D). Galapagos 3D (Sky & IMAX). Micro Monsters 3D (Sky). Inside the Commons (BBC).

Locations

With considerable international experience both in hot and cold climates, Robert is used to life on the road. Current iVisa for the USA.

Awards

Three-times BAFTA nominated for photography and special effects in factual documentary films. GTC and IVCA award-winning.