Stephen began his career with the RSPB Film Unit as an assistant film editor and staff cameraman, then in 1992 he joined the BBC Natural History Unit to overwinter in Antarctica for episode 5 (The Big Freeze) of the 6-part BBC TV series Life in the Freezer.
Sir David Attenborough once described him as “an extraordinary cameraman” after repairing his camera using parts from a computer printer while frozen in during his 12 months shoot at Mawson Station.
Credits on BBC wildlife television programmes also include:
- The Life of Birds
- Wildlife on One
- Living Britain
- The Natural World
- Andes to Amazon
- Frozen Planet
- The Hunt
Back to basics
Stephen has also filmed and produced a series of wildlife films in the English countryside near his home:
Watch a Youtube playlist of trailers for all 3 films :
Buy DVDs from BritishNatureFilms/shop (uses Edithouse and more of your money goes to The Wildlife Trusts and to Stephen).
Alternatively, you can order from independent high street bookshops, or online at Hive and other online retailers.