Jeff Wilson is a producer/director of natural history films and documentary photographer based in the UK. Speaking about this work he said, "I have worked in 45 countries, on every continent, and specialise in remote location work, capturing the behaviour of some of the world's most spectacular wildlife and landscapes." Jeff is currently living amongst the Adelie Penguins in the Ross Sea, Antarctica.
Born in the UK, raised in Kenya, Jeff fell in love with the natural world at a very early age. He went on to study Biology, before joining the BBC Natural History Unit in 2001 for David Attenborough's Life of Mammals . Since then he has made films for the The Natural World, Planet Earth, Frozen Planet, A Year in the Wild and Great Bear Stakeout.
Jeff in Scott's Hut (Ross Island, Antarctica), wearing our Shackleton Signature jumper. He noted, "The Interior (of Scott's Hut) and jumper have not changed in 100 years".
Interior of Scott's hut, erected in 1911 by the British Antarctic Expedition of 1910–1913 led by Robert Falcon Scott.
Jeff has had images published in all the major newspapers in the UK, as well as magazines such as Adventure Travel, Nat Geo Traveller, Outdoor Photographer, GQ, BBC Wildlife and Trail Magazine.
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