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THE TEAM

We are a close-knit group who all share the love of our remarkable planet. From inspiring human stories, to great wildlife and nature subjects. We are forever fascinated by our ever changing world and how much still remains unknown.
Here’s a little more about each of us.

ABRAHAM JOFFE ACS
DIRECTOR/DP

Abraham is a creative who has gained international acclaim for to his masterful imagery and storytelling. He was named Australian Cinematographer of the Year by the ACS in 2017.

LOUIS COOPER ROBINSON
PRODUCER

Louis has worked internationally on a range of feature films and commercials. He is a co-producer on Tales by Light and Big Cat Tales and is currently in pre-production for several new projects.

DOM WEST
DIRECTOR/DP

Dom’s visual storytelling has taken him around the globe. He is currently in production on an upcoming wildlife feature documentary as well as developing two new docuseries slated for 2019.

LORNA-JEAN BRADLEY
SENIOR EDITOR

Lorna-Jean (LJ) has worked as a professional editor for over a decade. Her credits include all three season Tales by Light as well as Big Cat Tales, coming soon to Animal Planet.

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Where we’ve worked

We feel very privileged to have travelled and documented in areas so widely. Places ranging from island archipelagos, pack ice, arid deserts, rivers in torrent and remote rainforests. Each environment comes with its own set of unique challenges.

Our ability to work as a skeleton crew, means that we can remain low impact. This can be a huge advantage when working in pristine natural environments or covering a sensitive human story. We’re all about leaving a small footprint.

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LOCAL KNOWLEDGE

We like to give ourselves the very best opportunities to come back with the story. When filming in remote regions, relying on field experts and local fixers is crucial. For wildlife subjects, especially migratory species, selecting the right time of year is important. Weather, water visibility and tour operations are other factors to also be carefully considered.

Our highest priority is to truthfully document our stories whilst leaving no negative impact on the wildlife, people and environments that we are privileged to record.