I’ve worked as a documentary cameraman since 2008, making a living telling stories and capturing unique images from the hottest coldest and remotest places on the planet. I’ve worked in places such as the icy cathedrals of Antarctica and South Georgia, to the rich reefs of the Indian Ocean, to the wonderful bird colonies of Ascension Island. Previously I worked as a motion graphic designer and was a senior editor in a corporate video production with some very big clients, where I learnt key skills in film-making and camera technology.

Waverley Abbey – December 2006

[flashvideo file=wp-content/uploads/videos/WildStream_WaverleyAbbey_1206.flv image=wp-content/uploads/videos/WildStream_WaverleyAbbey_1206.jpg /] This is a short video I shot about 3 years ago during some misty December morning near and at Waverley Abbey, out and about on my first motorbike the Yamaha RXS100. What an awesome saddle of fun that bike was! It’s now holed up in a friends garage in Woolacombe. Ahh I miss it!…

Canada 2009 skiing

Our trip to Fernie, British Columbia was outstanding, and we have been left wanting more. The scenery, skiing and people are out of this world (or perhaps, very much in this world). This is bear, moose and serious avalanche risk backcountry, and we’ve just skied it! As well as sampled the hot-tubs and bars, of course 🙂…

Chris & Simon in the Pyrenees – Bike Adventure 2007

[flashvideo file=wp-content/uploads/videos/WildStream_Pyrenees_0907.flv image=wp-content/uploads/videos/WildStream_Pyrenees_0907.jpg /] Just thought i’d put this up for a bit of fun. If you like biking then you’ll love this road trip a friend and I did to the French Pyrenees back in September 2007. We rode some 2000 miles and saw some really interesting sights, and ate some wonderful French and Andorran food.…