Angus Walker is a 23- year old camera assistant/researcher from Herefordshire who studied biology at the University of Bristol, specialising in fields such as mammalian behaviour and human-wildlife interactions. During the summer breaks of university, Angus has been working to improve his skill-set in documentary filmmaking.
At 19 years of age, Angus documented his journey as he walked across the width of the Indian Subcontinent. He presented this geographical journey as part of the IBG lecture series at the Royal Geographic society.
Angus collaborated with the brands Sigma Imaging and Voltaic Systems to fund his filmmaking ventures. In late 2017, Angus spent 3 months in the remote regions of the Southern Carpathians of Romania producing a short film on European bison for WWF. The footage Angus shot is now appearing on a new blue-chip series produced by Off The Fence Productions. In 2018, he joined a National Geographic funded expedition to investigate the livelihoods of rangers living on transboundary conservation sites throughout Eurasia. Angus joined the Eastern European leg of the trip, and he was part of the media team with a goal to produce a documentary about the findings.
In 2018-19, Angus started an masters degree in Wildlife Filmmaking at the University of West England to further his understanding of the business. Partnering up with the charity Kiwis for kiwi, he produced a film about the Māori people and their unique connection to the kiwi on the north island of New Zealand.
CV is available upon request.
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