Tim Shepherd is a Freelance Director/Cameraman and Artist. He specialises in timelapse filming, particularly of plants growing and also macro filming of intricate animal behaviour. With a degree in Botany, Tim is keen to raise the profile and importance of plants in his work. He has been a major contributor to the BBC Series LIFE, PLANET EARTH, LIFE IN COLD BLOOD, LIFE IN THE UNDERGROWTH and his plant timelapses are in many BBC Science and Gardening productions. Tim started his career at Oxford Scientific Films and went freelance in 1990. He has worked on many award winning productions including an EMMY, Kodak Vision Award and Panda Award for Specialist Cinematography for the 1996 production 'The Private Life of Plants', and Royal Television Society, Craft and Design Award for 'The Human Body'. Tim's studio in Devon is fully equipped to shoot on 6 timelapse sets at any one time with timelapse motion control on up to 4 at a time.
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landline: 01626 867987