Storm Cats

In a landscape where rain is rare, violent and short-lived, Storm Cats is the tale of a lion and cheetah family, pushed to the edge by nature’s raw power.
 
Nat Geo Wild, 2017

Cheetahs: Growing Up Fast

For nearly two years, cameraman Kim Wolhuter followed a wild cheetah family on foot, to reveal in intimate detail the cubs’ remarkable hourney to adulthood, and their mother’s dedication in raising them.

BBC Natural World / PBS Nature, 2017

Queen of Baboons

Queen of Baboons is a deeply intimate portrayal of life in a baboon troop in Botswana’s Okavango Delta, spanning the adventurous, quarter-century lifetime of a high-ranking female.
 
Nat Geo Wild, 2016

Dust & Stripes

Dust and Stripes tells the story of an extraordinary population of plains zebras that survive in the arid salt flats of Botswana’s Makgadikgadi Pans. The film delves into parenthood and the fragility of young life – from zebras to lapwings to meerkats – in this harsh environment. It explores loyalty and sacrifice, home and exile, death and new life, against the backdrop of one of Africa’s most surreal landscapes.
 
PBS Nature / Terra Mater Factual Studios, 2012

Swamp Troop

Swamp Troop is a tale of tragedy and triumph, fatherhood and friendship in a troop of baboons that inhabit the watery world of Botswana’s Okavango Delta. Against the dramatic backdrop of riverine forests and wildlife-rich floodplains, Swamp Troop takes us into the heart of baboon society. We meet Boro, the troop’s alpha male, who brutally dispatches rivals, and jealously guards mating rights with fertile females. In a land where baboons must swim to survive, winter floods bring peril. They also bring a dangerous stranger that threatens Boro and his infants.
 
National Geographic Channel, 2009