Traveling all over the world, Bertie Gregory has filmed some of the most intense and dramatic footage of many species. As a filmmaker and TV presenter, he shares his passion for wildlife and conservation to the masses. His new series, “Animals Up Close” premieres this week on National Geographic and Disney TV+. Please check it out, some of the sequences are just straight jaw dropping and intense (hint: Orcas/Antarctica).
More about Bertie Gregory from National Geographic here: National Geographic Photographer Bertie Gregory | National Geographic Expeditions
BERTIE GREGORY is a 28-year-old British wildlife filmmaker and National Geographic Explorer. His career began when a childhood obsession with nature led to winning the title of ‘Youth Outdoor Photographer Of The Year.’ After graduating with a degree in Zoology from the University of Bristol in 2014, he began assisting legendary National Geographic Magazine photographer Steve Winter. He has since produced and hosted 5 projects for National Geographic (‘Leopards at the Door’, ‘Jaguar Vs Croc’, ‘Wild_Life’, ‘Resurrection Island’ and ’The Big Freeze’). ‘Resurrection Island’ won “Best Television Host” at the 2019 Jackson Wild Awards – nature film’s equivalent of the Oscars. Alongside his projects for National Geographic, Bertie films for the landmark BBC David Attenborough Series, ‘Seven Worlds, One Planet,’ and recently became one of BAFTA’s youngest ever cinematography winners for this work. He is currently working on a new show for Disney+ titled ‘Epic Adventures with Bertie Gregory’ launching later this year.