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Taking footage of wildlife, whether photograph or film, has been something I’ve loved ever since wandering around the New Forest as a child. Now that I've ventured a little further, my interest extends to anthropology, ethnozoology and wildlife conservation more broadly, amongst other things.

I'm currently studying Wildlife Filmmaking MA at UWE, run in Partnership with the BBC Natural History Unit.  However, I’ve spent the past few years filming, working and travelling in several countries across the world. I’ve also been a Marine Mammal Medic with Project Jonah in New Zealand, and I've volunteered with Tamandua Biological Station on the Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica.

I’d love to work as a self-shooting PD and continue producing films about nature itself and the diverse forms of relationships we have with wildlife as people.

 

Dan Short

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