Nina is an award winning self-shooting director based in Cornwall, UK. Her films have screened in festivals globally and her work has featured in a number of broadcasts including BBC Springwatch, BBC Countryfile, ITV, Channel 4, Channel 5, CNN,The Guardian Online & WWF UK and her photography has featured in BBC Wildlife Magazine, WWF Action Magazine, BBC News Online, ITV News online and in a number of other publications. 

 

Journey to the Sea, a 6 part series directed, filmed and edited by Nina for WWF UK now sits on Sky NATURE and another short film produced for WWF on Basking sharks was shortlisted for the Global Sustainability Film awards. 

Nina was the Winner of Cornwall Film Festival's Golden Chough Film Award 2015 & was named as one of Cornwall's 30 under 30 businesses to watch class of 2018 by Cornwall's Chamber of Commerce. 

From conservation filmmaking to social documentary, Nina has a keen eye for filming and a talent for storytelling. Often working completely independently Nina's work offers an intimacy and honestly that underpins her unique style. 

Dedicated to capturing and exploring the world we live in Nina believes in the power of film and photography to educate and inspire and, ultimately, to protect. She is an accomplished operator of Canon, Sony, and Premier Pro and has experience of aerial filming, filming from ribs and underwater. 

 

Through her work and travels Nina has become an accomplished diver (PADI advanced) swimmer, surfer and snowboarder. Highly motivated, extremely fit, and with an ability to face and overcome challenging situations, Nina is an asset to any project, small or large. 

 

For more information, references or work enquiries, she is happy to chat either over phone or email.

 

 

 

 

 

Dr Andrea Marshall, National Geographic Emerging Explorer

 

I have been working with Nina personally and with the Marine Megafauna Foundation for a few years now. She is one of the most passionate and talented new filmmakers out there. I expect great great things from her in the future...

Kirstie Francis, The Wildlife Trusts

 

Nina has been doing some amazing work for Cornwall Wildlife Trust and Cornwall Good Seafood Guide. Everything she does is first class and we look forward to working more with her in the future.

Dr. Simon Pierce, Founding Director: Marine Megafauna Foundation

 

Nina has been working with our team for several years now. She is talented, energetic and a lot of fun to be around. Her film skills have helped to dramatically improve both our fundraising and outreach ... she's a huge asset to any visual project!

Samantha Robison, Founding Director Director: AptART

 

She films, she edits, she stabilises and is an absolute gem to work with. We give her some horrific footage from the field and she always comes out with amazing stuff. Her ability to compose imagery and evoke an emotion is incredible. . . if you ever get the chance to work with her, DO IT!!

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