Jamie Unwin Natural History Showreel
Please see Jamie's showreel, it showcases some of his recent broadcast filming for Apple TV, Channel 4, Nat Geo and BBC.
He recalls a time in his youth when rhinos could be seen everywhere but then people started hunting them to the point when rhinos became extinct in his area. The community came together to bring Rhinos back.
Baboons are generally a hated species across most of Africa. Regarded as a pest, but having spent the last few years habituating himself within a troop of baboons he has grown to love them.
A role model for young girls, she played a huge role in convincing many of her community members to give up their land for the benefit of the wildlife.
A huge problem across Kenya is over grazing, but instead of telling people to reduce their number of cattle he has a fresh outlook and tries to get people to engage with better livestock management arounds the rains.
Susan, despite having never seen animals like elephants, rhinos and lions, she loves wildlife and loves watching the wildlife she finds around her home. She actively tries to teach her family and neighbours about the animals.
A 13-year-old, he may be young but his enthusiasm for wildlife is infectious, he has an important message to tell all other young people.
WILDLIFE Filming vehicle
We own a Toyota Land Cruiser in Kenya which we have turned into a wildlife filming vehicle. The car is equipped with a filming door and gimbal mount, the car helps us to get beautiful wildlife footage and also means we are less reliant on our partner organisation's resources. For more information about the car please see Jamie's website