I’m a Natural History cameraman and Cineflex/Shotover F1 operator from Staffordshire and predominantly work on blue chip series for the BBC Natural History Unit, BBC Earth, Disney Nature, Smithsonian, Netflix and National Geographic. Some projects that I have filmed for over the last couple of years include the BBC’s The Great British Year, Autumnwatch, 24 Hours on Earth, Coast, BFI, Springwatch, Scotland, Life Story, The Hunt, Changing Worlds, Wild New Zealand, Mountains, Planet Earth II, Wild Cats and Earth:One Amazing Day. I'm also involved with Disney, Netflix and BBC projects through Silverback films.

I specialize in long lens behavioural work along with stylized landscape sequences, often with the use of gyro-stabilized rigs. I am also a trained Cineflex & Shotover F1 operator and technician. I am familiar with most formats, cameras and grip typically used in natural history productions. I hold two valid passports and an ivisa valid until 2020.

Creating images both still and moving is a real obsession of mine and this website showcases some of the still photography that I produce from time to time when I’m not away filming. I work in both colour and black & white with dramatic light and patterns driving a large percentage of my photography. I also enjoy photographing wildlife and abstract details within a coastline or landscape.

Thanks for visiting, I hope you enjoy the images.

Email: info@tomwalkerphotography.co.uk Tel: 07979872305