Rob Murray is an award-winning (including Jackson Wild Media Awards nominee) 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 Teacher‘), 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 RED Helium 8k, Sony FX6 and FX9, and Arri Alexa Mini cameras.

Despite focusing largely on camera work, since beginning his career Rob 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 independent 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 and passion in conservation and charity projects, both commercially and non-commercially with non-profits such as Project Seagrass and Windrush Against Sewage Pollution.

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