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Ollie Smith is a wildlife filmmaker and photographer who graduated in 2020 from BA (Hons) Marine and Natural History Photography at Falmouth University with a First-Class Degree. Over recent years, Ollie has worked with a number of conservation organisations, including the Charles Darwin Foundation, the Wildlife Trusts and Wildlife Sense. His films show a passion for communicating stories from the natural world, from the life cycle of a loggerhead sea turtle to documenting the efforts in place to save the land birds of the Galapagos Archipelago. Ollie's most recent project focuses on connecting people from within the surrounding cities with Britain's oldest National Park, The Peak District.
Based in West Cornwall
2017/20 BA (Hons) Marine and Natural History Photography
2019 Wildlife Sense, Kefalonia. Wildlife Camera Operator and Film Producer
2019 Charles Darwin Foundation, Galapagos. Wildlife Camera Operator
2018 MarineLIFE Research Organisation, Dorset and Cornwall. Camera Operator
2018/19 AK Wildlife Cruises, Penryn. Camera Operator and Guide
Wild Film Fest 2019
Exeter University Underwater Film Festival