Rob Murray is an award-winning Wildlife Cameraman and Self-Shooting Producer-Director. He has worked alongside some of the best in the industry, including Oscar-winning Director James Reed (”My Octopus Treacher‘), and award-winning Executive Producer Wolfgang Knoepfler (”The Ivory Game”; ”Patrick and the Whale”).¬†

As a Wildlife Cameraman his camera experience includes Topside Long-Lens (RED Helium 8k / Canon CN20 50-1000mm),  Stabilised Long-Lens (DJI Ronin 2 / Cine Flow Black Arm), Underwater (Sony A7Siii), Stabilised Aerial, Remote Camera operation (Panasonic AW-UE150), Camera Trapping (Cambush Cubes) and Drone cinematography (Mavic Pro 3 Cine). 

Rob is proficient with the use of mainstream broadcast cameras including Sony FX6 and FX9, RED Helium 8k and Arri Alexa Mini cameras.

Although Rob is primarily a Cameraman, since beginning his career he has adopted a holistic approach to filmmaking, taking projects from development through to post-production; doing everything from researching, shooting, sound, directing to editing.

As well as working on blue chip natural history documentaries, he has produced independent award-winning programmes, including being selected as a finalist for the Jackson Wild Media Awards 2022. This was for his most recent documentary Valley of the Bears, a film on human-bear conflict in the Bella Coola Valley, British Columbia. 

Alongside Rob’s broadcast work, he has always had an interest in conservation and charity projects, both commercially and non-commercially. 

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