Category: Filming

  • Expedition Oman

    February saw me back in the Middle East and out on a shoot of a very different nature: it wasn’t about nature. A ‘typical’ natural history shoot might involve a very small crew operating in isolation in the wild for a number of weeks, usually tracking animals that have a frustrating propensity to run away.…

  • Sulawesi Macaques

    At the end of 2012, I headed out to Tangkoko National Park in North Sulawesi, Indonesia with Rolf Steinmann and his beloved Alexa in order to spend 7 weeks in the jungle capturing the magical, cheeky, frequently-frustrating but endlessly loveable antics of the Sulawesi Macaque, also known as the Mohican Monkey. Like many species living…

  • A Barge Less Dived…

    A Barge Less Dived…

    [embedit snippet=”roberts-barge-vimeo-video”] Finding the Wreck Almost a year ago Marcus and I headed out to check out some marks in the hope of finding something new to dive. Our plan to survey three or four sites that day was cut short by inclement weather, however the time we had yielded some success; the echo revealed…

  • Wildscreen 2012

    Wildscreen 2012

    Wow! I’m just back from a pretty epic Wildscreen 2012. Great to catch up with old faces and meet plenty of new ones, all the while geeking out on a fantastic ensemble of seminars, sessions and screenings. Festival highlights included seminars with Sir Ranulph Fiennes and Dr Jane Goodall, and on a personal note, seeing…

  • Wild Arabia Team’s Photos Make NAB Issue Of ARRI News

    Wild Arabia Team’s Photos Make NAB Issue Of ARRI News

    The¬†Wild Arabia team are currently feeling pretty smug that the promotional photographs we took of Rolf with his Alexa have been included in the NAB 2012 issue of Arri News. In fact, Rolf is even on the cover! Congratulations to Chadden, Mandy and Ahmed (and I even managed to sneak one in myself!). Click the…