- Cameraman and Presenter
Emmy winning Colin Stafford-Johnson specialises in wildlife documentary making and over the last ten years has been involved in some of the most highly acclaimed wildlife productions. Over the past two decades, Colin has tracked and filmed animals all over the world, including jaguars in the Amazon and birds of paradise in New Guinea; many of his films have focused on big cats and he has spent almost 600 days filming tigers in India. In 2011 he won Best Presenter at the Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival for Broken Tail, which also won the Grand Teton. In 2006, he won an Emmy for cinematography on the film
Mississippi Tales of the Last River Rat for the Discovery Channel; he has also worked on the highly successful BBC series Planet Earth. For the last five years, Colin has presented Living the Wildlife, a very popular wildlife series for Irish television and he is currently filming and presenting a new four part series based on a year exploring the River Shannon.