I grew up in Africa. Living in Zimbabwe for most of my life I have seen first hand what it means to be in the middle of an unfolding saga. The unique environment that I was brought up in has given me an appreciation of the beauty and splendour of the natural world. I love nature with a passion. I also love working with modern technology. By becoming skilled in film I to want to combine my two passions so that I can use filmmaking and photograhy to help preserve wildlife. Through the power of creative storytelling (whether filmmaking or photography) I aim to contribute towards preserving, conserving and restoring the world we live in and hope to inspire other people to do the same.

Tim has over seven years experience as a camera operator, director, and photographer and has worked on a variety of programmes covering a range of different genres. A film & photographic graduate, Tim has a strong passion for the natural world and wants to increase his experience in wildlife film making. Tim has specialised in independent & natural history documentaries, but he also has extensive traditional documentary style and multi camera productions.

Skills Summary

Experienced first and multi camera documentaries, time-lapse, travel, landscape, and wildlife photography.
Formats: Full HD, Ultra HD, 4K, and Super 16mm film
Long experience traveling, rock climbing, hiking, and working with dangerous wildlife.

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Gonarezhou - Place of Many Elephants

This short story is off my adventure trip to gonarezhou national park, zimbabwe. Gonarezhou National Park is a national park located in south-eastern Zimbabwe. It is situated in a relatively remote corner of Masvingo Province, south of Chimanimani along the Mozambique border. Owing to its vast size, rugged terrain and its location away from main tourist routes, large tracts of Gonarezhou remain as pristine wilderness. Gonarezhou is a Shona name meaning "Place of many Elephants." It forms part of the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park, a peace park that links Gonarezhou with the Kruger National Park in South Africa and the Limpopo National Park in Mozambique.

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