Tom Mustill – Producer / Director
Tom Mustill is a 35-year-old wildlife and science filmmaker. He specialises in telling stories about where humans and the natural world meet. He’s worked with David Attenborough, Richard Dawkins, Stephen Fry and wildlife heroes across the world. His films have won over 20 awards and they include other BBC Natural World programmes such as smash-hit Kangaroo Dundee, The Bat Man of Mexico and Giraffes: Africa’s Gentle Giants, which was dominated for an EMMY. Before then he directed the special episodes among others of genre-busting BAFTA, RTS and Broadcast-award winning series Inside Nature’s Giants.
Cherry Brewer – Line Producer
With 15 Years in film Cherry is an extremely accomplished Line Producer and has steadied the ship on years of award-winning film productions. Bringing multi-million pound series and micro-budget documentaries in on time and on budget.
George Woodcock – DoP
George is a freelance lighting camera operator. He has worked across documentary, drama, factual entertainment, music videos and specialises in Natural History. As well as The Bat Man of Mexico, and Giraffes: Africa’s Gentle Giants with Tom, George has shot and is currently shooting other Natural Worlds for Mike Birkhead, the BBC Natural History Unit and Windfall Films. George dreams of making a film about his namesake, The Woodcock, the world’s slowest bird.
Sabrina Burnard – Editor
Sabrina is a highly skilled editor with over twenty years experience and many accolades including, Panda, Jackson Hole, Emmy, Grierson, two BAFTAs and an RTS award. She loves her work and thrives with the challenge of bringing the best of the material to light and making the film as brilliant and as powerful as it can be
Tim Burgess – DoP
Tim is a freelance filmmaker specialising in storytelling from outdoor environments. First and foremost a cinematographer, he also works as an editor and self-directs many projects. Passionate about documentary; his work includes award-winning feature-length film, broadcast television and viral web content.
Ru Mahoney – Field Producer & Impact Producer
Aside from working as a field producer for Gripping Films, Terra Mater Productions and others, Ru has over a decade of experience in education and impact assessment in science and conservation. Her current projects include her work as an NSF PI studying the nexus of science literacy and storytelling and conducting the first-ever trade assessment of giraffe for the IUCN