Eleanor is an aspiring wildlife camera operator looking to gain experience as a runner/camera assistant. With an MA in Wildlife Documentary Production and a BSc (Hons) in Zoology she has a strong understanding and passion for the natural world. Through the production of a number of short films she has developed skills in research, story development, pitching, producing and editing.
She has experience working with a range of camera and audio equipment and is well practiced at filming in macro, long lens, timelapse and high speed. She is also an experienced stills photographer and has had photos featured in a number of wildlife magazines and by BBC Earth.
She enjoys living in remote locations and has extensive experience working with wildlife in the field. She worked as a Field Assistant for the Society for the Protection of Turtles in Northern Cyprus, and has carried out a range of research in the Scottish Highlands and South Africa.
For her final MA film, she travelled to Scotland's Outer Hebrides where she worked with the RSPB to produce the award-winning documentary Life on the Machair which focussed one of the rarest habitats on Earth. Footage from this film is soon to be featured in a documentary for BBC Alba and she is now keen to develop her skills in the industry to produce films that entertain, educate and increase awareness of conservation issues.