Doug discusses how he broke into the industry meeting David Attenborough and crew in the Antarctic, how advances in filming gear has changed his workflow, and so much more.
Nate talks with Jake about grant writing, gear obsession, the importance of insurance and contingency plans, and the need for a healthy balance between filming and family.
Dan discusses his films 'Queen of Birds' and 'To Find a Harpy', his global explorations, the importance of having a management agency, and his Wilderland Film Festival.
Patricia discusses working on marketing the landmark series Planet Earth II and Blue Planet II and how marketing strategies are evolving.
Judy’s story is certainly not the norm. Judy is a former college biology teacher now following her passion for wildlife filmmaking.
When Judy retired from her teaching career, she immediately bought a Red One Camera and headed to Yellowstone to film. She now spends the majority of her time in Yellowstone gathering footage for documentaries, stock footage libraries and her youtube channel.
Judy’s goal is to educate viewers on the wildlife that inhabits our planet and to understand its plight. Judy’s YouTube channel ‘Epic Nature’ has a diverse variety of films with subjects ranging from lions to slime molds and wild dogs to butterflies.
Stephen talks about his start in the industry, his time at the BBC, founding Humble Bee Films and working with Nigel Marven and Sir David Attenborough.
Dusty explains how he became a wildlife filmmaker, his experience filming in bear dens, and the dreaded burnout and depression that struck during the fundraising and making of his latest film.
Ben tells us how he broke into the industry, stories from his latest project filming in the wilds of Alaska, and shares some valuable filmmaking advice.