PBS: Nature - 2/10/21
50min natural history film about the borderlands of west Texas and the incredible diversity of wildlife that calls the Big Bend region home. Produced by the award-winning team at Crossing the Line Films, this blue chip wildlife film will broadcast on PBS: Nature in the USA, and other broadcasters around the world.
Deep in the Heart
2022 (in production)
Imagine Planet Earth, except about the very best part of the planet... Texas. This feature doc will explore conservation issues through some of our state's most magnificent wildlife stories.
Netflix: Night on Earth
Filmed the Mexican Free Tailed bat emergence sequence for the Dusk till Dawn episode of this Netflix wildlife series.
Born Wild: The Next Generation
Before CoVid hit, this was meant to be a taped segment in a National Geographic / ABC News live special. Filmed on location in Sri Lanka with long time friend Sandesh Kadur as presenter.
Bird of Prey
Feature doc about the heroic efforts to save the world's largest and most endangered eagle, the Great Philippine Eagle. Produced by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology.
Skip is an Emmy Award winning wildlife cinematographer based in Austin, Texas.
Skip grew up in Texas flipping rocks and climbing trees, ever in pursuit of creepy crawlies and little critters. After receiving his BS in Radio/TV/Film from the University of Texas, he turned his passion for wildlife into a career that has taken him all over the world for National Geographic, Animal Planet, Discovery & PBS. Skip’s passion for wildlife and conservation are only equaled by his passion for technology. His quick grasp of how to use the latest and greatest camera tech in aid of storytelling, quickly advanced his career as a young cinematographer. In 2012, Skip earned an Emmy award as part of the camera team for National Geographic’s series Untamed Americas.