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Tom Richards

Tom Richards

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United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7833 453 359

Email: t.j.richards@me.com

Website: www.tomrichardswildlife.com

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A Bristol based newcomer to the industry, Tom has just finished a Masters in Wildlife Filmmaking at UWE and is now looking for work as a researcher.

A variety of filmmaking projects both as part of his Masters and independently have exposed Tom to all stages of the production process from development to final delivery, best shown by his film The Drills of Afi Mountain (which he filmed on location in Nigeria). Other experience includes filming promotional and live video content for both Wildscreen and Jackson Hole wildlife film festivals, and runner work for various types of production.

Volunteer experience working in primate conservation and a degree in Animal Behaviour have provided Tom with a varied knowledge of different species and their behaviours, ideal for any researcher role or as a narrator communicating ideas to an audience (examples of voice over work can be found on Tom's website).

Tom also speaks Mandarin Chinese to a conversational level, which makes him well qualified to work on projects relating to China and Southeast Asia.

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The Drills of Afi Mountain from Tom Richards

In Nigeria’s last primary rainforest, the drill monkey is rapidly losing its home. As the walls close in, one group of conservationists are about to attempt the largest captive primate release ever, with 200 drills to be released.

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