Films

I’ve been making documentaries now for a couple of decades. What started out as a simple desire for adventure developed into a deep love for humanity and nature, and the kind of response that comes with having seen first hand what our way of life is doing in the world.

Tawai, a voice from the forest

Tawai took seven years to make and was an attempt to go a little deeper into the areas which affected me deeply on my travels.

Tawai took seven years to make and was an attempt to go a little deeper into the areas which affected me deeply on my travels.

Arctic with Bruce Parry

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The last series I did with the BBC was a trip around the arctic, effectively looking at the problems local people were having to deal with as a result of climate change. Although it was not planned that way, each episode had in it’s heart a strong message about the healing power of nature.

Amazon with Bruce Parry

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After years of making the Tribe documentaries, our Amazon series was an opportunity for us to show what we had seen on our journeys around the world. In an eight month trip down the largest river on earth we set out to highlight the impacts of globalised trade and consumption.

Blizzard, race to the pole

I played the role of Captain Scott in this BBC reenactment of his fateful journey to the South    Pole   . Due to restrictions on dogs in Antarctica we underwent our journey on Greenland, but it was pretty exciting nonetheless.

I played the role of Captain Scott in this BBC reenactment of his fateful journey to the South Pole. Due to restrictions on dogs in Antarctica we underwent our journey on Greenland, but it was pretty exciting nonetheless.

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Tribe, series 1-3

Each episode of the BBC series Tribe I went to visit a different Indigenous Group somewhere in the world.

My first foray into filmmaking with my good friend Mark Anstice. We went off to climb a very remote and little known mountain in West Papua, New Guinea.