Erin discusses her passion for long lens filming, how she navigated her way through the industry and why it so important to pursue your own goals.
From her beginning as a journalist & graphic designer to her current role as Executive Director of Jackson Wild, Lisa discusses the importance of drive and passion.
Jake speaks about his early years running a wildlife park, his move into wildlife filmmaking and how he now juggles his work and career.
Casey chats about his early years breaking into the industry, his latest film, and the passion that drives him to make wildlife films.
Jeff discusses filming in Yellowstone, working with Sir David Attenborough & Chris Morgan, and utilizing custom made camera traps to film mountain lions.
Sophie shares her journey into wildlife filmmaking, the importance of a strong message in her films and diversity in the future of the industry.
Janet discusses her, not so straight forward, journey into the wildlife filmmaking industry and offers some great insight into Nat Geo Wild's program selection process.
Ivo discusses his journey into wildlife filmmaking as well as how he managed to persuade Canon to build the CN20 lens, now synonymous with wildlife filmmaking.
Rob shares his career story, chats about his film Hollywood Fox and explains why his latest ventures, Wild Propaganda and Mammalz, are so important.
Rob discusses his passion for science communication, why he's chosen his particular career path, the ups and downs of it all and his new book.