Andrew Graham-Brown

Andrew has over 20 years experience as a series producer, director and cameraman, making documentaries for the BBC, Channel 4, Channel FIVE, National Geographic, Discovery Channel and Animal Planet.  Andrew's films have won over 15 prestigious awards including: EMMY, Grierson, Jackson Hole, Wildscreen and Royal Television Society Awards. Other landmark documentary series he has produced and directed have received numerous BAFTA, EMMY and Royal Television Society Award nominations.

 

Andrew has made a diverse range of films including: The Birth of Rock for the BBC landmark series, The Seven Ages of Rock - Rose D'or nomination 2008, BAFTA nomination for Sound 2008, the BAFTA nominated series Walk On By: The Story of Popular Song - Huw Wheldon Award for Specialist Factual, Ray Mears' Extreme Survival, Lost Highway, BBC Natural World productions such as Earth Pilgrim - Winner of the Cinematography award at Wildscreen Festival, 2008 Alan Titchmarsh's Grierson and BAFTA nominated British Isles: A Natural History, Monsters We Met, the BAFTA winning The Clothes Show and Top Gear.

He has specialist knowledge of filming with indigenous peoples, having directed and produced presenters like Ray Mears and Donal Macintyre in remote environments such as Papua New Guinea, the sub-Arctic, Mongolia, Namibia's Skeleton Coast, the jungles of Costa Rica, Nigeria and the Northern Territories of Australia.

His BBC Natural World documentary film, Mississippi: Tales of the Last River Rat, won an EMMY Award for Cinematography, a Grierson Documentary Award, a Royal Television Society Award for photography, a Kodak Award for Cinematography at the Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival and Best Music at Wildscreen International Wildlife Film Festival. This film was also EMMY nominated for Best Music. His film, 'The Wild Places of Essex' written and presented by Robert Macfarlane, author of The Wild Places and The Old Ways was highly praised by Phil Hogan in the Observer as  "a flawless, poetic film".

Recently Andrew has started photographing his own documentaries on Sony PMW F3 and Canon 5D MK11 cameras.

Andrew formed AGB Films in 2003.

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