A three-part series for BBC Two following six iconic baby animals as they develop in the wild and face challenges from family, predators and their environment. A BBC Natural History Unit co-production with PBS.
Featuring camera crew Sue Gibson, Vianet Djenguet, Colin-Stafford Johnson and Bob Poole, behind and in front of the cameras.
Dominic Weston’s contribution to a series of Poetry Films produced by The Poetry Film Collective in 2018, under the guidance of Helen Dewbery and Chaucer Cameron of www.elephantsfootprint.com and with the support of Arts Council England. Screenings toured Chippenham, Swindon, Athens, Melbourne, Shepton Mallet and Bristol
Rule of the kingdom is reserved only for the strong. Five heroes, head up rival families struggling for power, clawing their way to the top. Fighting to survive, killing to succeed - nothing will stop them trying to reign supreme over the Savage Kingdom.
A co-production of Icon Films and NHFUB for Nat Geo Wild
This feature length episode focusses on the Amazon's worst river boat disaster which saw hundreds of people lose their lives despite the fact that the doomed Sobral Santos was moored when it sank in the deepest part of the Amazon River.
This feature length episode focusses on the Amazon's worst river boat disaster which saw hundreds of people lose their lives despite the fact that the doomed Sobral Santos was moored when it sank in the deepest part of the Amazon River. Jeremy Wade meets a woman who survived the disaster but lost a child on that dreadful night.
A special anniversary promo for the wildlife conservation charity presented by Sir David Attenborough and featuring the charity's patron HRH The Princess Royal.
In this feature length episode Jeremy Wade is on a mission to track down the creature behind the monster legend of Loch Ness, but can he succeed where so many have failed? The journey will take him from the depths of Loch Ness to the volcanoes of Iceland and beyond, all in pursuit of the mother of all monsters.
Introduction to the episode where extreme angler Jeremy Wade embarks on a punishing mission to the heart of a thundering waterfall in the Pacific Northwest to battle an ancient river monster said to rise from the murky depths to attack swimmers.
This documentary produced by Icon Films for National Geographic explores the starkly contrasting worlds of Saudi Arabia's two seas - the Red Sea and the Arabian Gulf. The production team were given unique and unrivalled access to the waters of the kingdom, and I was one of three directors behind this film and See also "Seas of Change" an environmental programme produced at the same time for Saudi Aramco and focussing on measures to protect the marine life in these two seas.
In my debut episode directing "River Monsters" Jeremy Wade takes on Africa's wild Zambezi River to unmask an invisible predator that's dragging fisherman to their deaths. Crocs and hippos are guilty of killing many in plain view, yet it seems there's another monster stalking these deadly waters.
A pastiche introduction to a VT insert produced for BBC 1's "The One Show" on the world's smallest public railway, presented by Hardeep Singh-Kohli.
Documentary showcasing environmental protection measures to safeguard the marine and coastal wildlife in the Red Sea and Arabian Gulf. Produced for Saudi Aramco.
Introduction to a series of aerial archaeology VT inserts for BBC 1's "The One Show" presented by Neil Oliver - this item examines Wiltshire's prehistoric monuments from the air.
In this VT insert for BBC 1's "The One Show" Miranda Krestovnikoff discovers how a marine aquarium on the Moray Firth is collecting mermaids' purses to improve the chances of survival for native sharks and rays.
Introductory VT for the live wildlife television awards ceremony hosted in Bristol, UK. A mixture of material from nominated festival entries and specially shot footage of gymnasts and projections.
A promotional film for the web-based wildlife conservation charity.