Wildlife photographer Bertie Gregory will get cozy with some fascinating associates in Animals Up Shut, a six-part Nationwide Geographic docuseries that mixes unbelievable footage from in entrance of and behind the digicam.
The 30-year-old Brit says with fun, “We doc the struggles of the animals alongside our struggles to maintain up with them.”
Right here, the host introduces himself to viewers and previews what’s to return within the docuseries, premiering September 13 on Nat Geo.
How did you get into this profession?
Bertie Gregory: My household is obsessive about the ocean—browsing, crusing. I feel once you spend that a lot time in nature, you achieve an appreciation. Once I was a youngster, I noticed photographing animals that I used to be obsessive about was a technique to get different folks enthusiastic about them.
You additionally appear enthusiastic about preservation and conservation.
That’s what we’re doing [with Animals Up Close]. Our footprint is crushing these animals.
What are a few of the thrilling spots—and animals—we’ll see?
We filmed in Indonesia at an archipelago of 1,500 islands lined in brilliant inexperienced jungle surrounded by coral reef. It’s like a Disney movie. However it’s additionally stuffed with sharks. And in Botswana, we adopted a pack of untamed canines that had 14 unbelievably cute pups.
Animals Up Shut With Bertie Gregory, Wednesday, September 13, Nat Geo
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