"Jack is a budding Zoologist and wildlife filmmaker currently studying his undergraduate degree in Zoology at the University of Leeds, UK.
Of British origins, Jack was born and raised in the urban metropolis of Hong Kong and is currently undergoing a year in industry working as a research assistant at the University of Hong Kong.
His work at HKU is with the wildlife forensics laboratory and so far he has been working extensively both in the lab and in the field covering topics such as the illegal trade of Helmeted Hornbills and genomic research with Hong Kong’s invasive population of the critically endangered yellow crested cockatoo."
On a personal note, for as long as I can remember I have been inspired by the natural world through the medium of wildlife documentaries. Whilst my peers were watching cartoons, I was being enthralled in David Attenborough’s ‘Blue Planet’ and Steve Irwin’s ‘The Crocodile Hunter’. Since these early days, it has been my goal to study this fascinating world we live in. I aim to inspire a new generation like I was inspired through wildlife media.
As well as having a very academic background and I have vast dramatic experience both in theatre and media. I am passionate and driven and feel I would be an ideal presenter and with my combination of academic and dramatic background I would be able to engage an audience and help tell a story.
Please do not hesitate to get in contact with me and please see my CV for more details. (I have a separate Acting CV if you would like to see that please just send me an email.) Thank you!