Danny is a 25 year old Wildlife Cameraman, who recently completed an MSc in Ecology and Conservation at the University of Aberdeen, and previously studied BSc Environmental Science at the University of York.
In November 2018, he was Highly Commended twice by the British Wildlife Photography Awards for two short films: 'No Room At The Top' and 'Morning Of The Moorland Matadors'. Danny significantly contributed to the filming and editing of 'The Village on the Loch', a documentary by independent production company Mousehole Films, which has won 14 awards across 5 festivals (Please see IMDb). Awards specifically attributed to his contribution include: '2019 Gold Winner' from the Latitude Film Awards for cinematography and 'Winner-Best of Year' from the Flicks Film Festival 2019 for editing.
His current work mostly involves filming and editing Natural History content for Mousehole Films, but he is happy to work as a freelancer at any time. His camera experience to date, has mostly involved hide and telephoto lens work for shooting wildlife and filming or time-lapses of landscapes. Although his preferred field is cameras, Danny can also work as a researcher because of his scientific background. He has edited with Adobe Premiere Pro for three years and has recent experience on DaVinci Resolve, having edited one award winning feature length film and multiple shorts, several of which include promotional corporate films for various clients.
He particularly enjoys the challenge of capturing wildlife in their natural surroundings, in all terrains and all weathers, and has plenty of lone work experience in remote parts of Scotland