Nature documentary is one of the best tools to raise awareness about the climate crisis, biodiversity loss, and the destruction of the natural world.
I’m a Camera Operator and Director of Natural History and Environmental documentaries.
Based in Amsterdam (NL) and Galicia (Spain). I have a bachelor’s in Video-journalism and an MA in Documentary (UWE Bristol in partnership with the BBC). I currently work as a Camera Operator and Director for nature documentaries. Over the last couple of years, I’ve been involved in various projects all over the world, from Yellowstone to Kenya, Mexico to Arctic Europe, filming some of the issues that affect wildlife and people in those areas.
During my work, I’ve had the privilege to share overwhelming life instants with some of the most incredible creatures on the planet. Lions in Meru National Park (Kenya), wild Bison in Yellowstone National Park, Fin Whales of the Cortez Sea in Mexico, or the endangered Iberian Wolves of Northwestern Spain. I am always up for new challenges, pushing new boundaries to bring the audiences the beauty and struggle of the Natural World.
I have worked for various international broadcasters, including the world-acclaimed BBC Natural History Unit and National Geographic. I have also collaborated with conservation organizations such as the RSPB, Rewilding Europe and the Born Free Foundation.
Currently, I am directing my first feature film Fillas do Vento (in preproduction), about the last wild horses of Europe and their interaction with wolves in Northwestern Spain.
I’m a certified PADI Advanced Diver and I’m fluent in English, Spanish, Galician and Portuguese.