In November, I'll be heading to the Manu Biosphere Reserve with an awesome team, aiming to make a documentary on a road being illegally built through the rainforest and seeking perspectives from people living in the area. This week, our team were presented with the Neville Shulman Film Award 2018 at the SES Explorer Awards in London!Read More
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Reaching the forest floor — far from the safety of the canopy — is a perilous voyage for any monkey, not to mention an inexperienced juvenile. Nonetheless, an integral feeding ritual means that canopy-dwelling spider monkeys must at times venture to the ground, and encourage their young to do so too…Read More
As a road is illegally constructed through the Manu Biosphere Reserve, scientists from our Tree Top Manu project set camera traps in the rainforest canopy to understand the effects it may have on biodiversity.Read More
Wow! BBC Earth have chosen another one of my shots for their Instagram page - this time of the legendary three-toed sloth, "Gavina" (as she is lovingly called at the Manu Learning Centre)Read More
It is a proud day today, as BBC Earth have featured one of my photographs of this mouse opossum on their Instagram page.Read More
Discover how glass frogs' delicate transparent skin both protects and threatens the species.Read More
I’ve been working in the jungle for two months. My job is to photograph and record as much as possible about life here, and my challenge is to remain composed when it stays hidden after six hours in a hide, or swings past me when I’m holding a toothbrush instead of a camera...Read More