The Man Who Climbs Trees, James Aldred

James' notes from his biog at

'I got my first proper break with the BBC in 1998 when they sent me to film in the rainforest canopy of Borneo. Since then I’ve been lucky to film in dozens of different countries and to spend long periods working in most of the worlds tropical rainforests. I’ve been honoured to provide camerawork for many high profile productions along the way and had the pleasure of working alongside hundreds of truly inspirational people, not least Sir David Attenborough.  

Highs include filming the rare Philippine Eagle at its nest in the wild. Lows include a dose of cerebral malaria and African civil war.'