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Bertie Gregory

Bertie Gregory

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I am a 21-year-old aspiring professional wildlife photographer, film-maker and presenter.

In July, I graduated in Zoology with First Class Honours from the University of Bristol. The next day, I boarded a plane to begin filming and assisting Steve Winter on assignment for National Geographic.

In 2012, I was named ‘Youth Outdoor Photographer Of The Year’ and most recently, my film 'West Coast Adventure' was nominated for the Youth Award at this year's Wildscreen Panda Awards.

I developed a fascination with urban wildlife whilst photographing peregrine falcons in London and Bristol as one of the 2020VISION Young Champions, the multimedia initiative that aims to communicate the link between human wellbeing and habitat restoration.

I am also fascinated by the the mega fauna of wilderness areas.

In Nat Geo WILD’s first digital series, wildlife filmmaker Bertie Gregory journeys to the Pacific Northwest in search of the elusive coastal wolves that inhabit one of the last places on the planet where a wild forest meets a wild ocean.

wild_life with bertie gregory from Nat Geo WILD

After Bertie Gregory received heartbreaking news that a coastal wolf he had photographed while working as a deckhand off the coast of Vancouver Island had been killed, Gregory returns with the intent of helping to raise awareness for the conservation of the species.

A Quest to Find Canada’s Elusive Coastal Wolf | Nat Geo Live from National Geographic


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