You have Big Dreams of being a Wildlife Filmmaker or Presenter BUT you need help...

  • Are you overwhelmed by the process of wildlife filmmaking?

  • Do your films seem amateurish and lack that professional look?

  • Do you need help crafting your message?

  • Are you struggling to get the results you want from your presenting?

  • Are you looking to transition from Nature Photography to Video?

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  • Over 20 years experience in the Wildlife Filmmaking Industry

  • Planet Earth IIIĀ Cinematographer

  • National Geographic TV Presenter

  • 30 Shows in 147 Countries in 25 Languages

  • Wildlife Expert & Award Winning Filmmaker

  • Podcast Host & Mentor

    A mentoring program for anyone looking to further their career in the wildlife filmmaking industry. Get your questions answered and avoid the pitfalls of trial and error by fast tracking your learning.
    The fastest way to achieve your filmmakingĀ goals is to learn from those who have already completed this journeyā€¦ who have already achieved successĀ and who can help show you the way.


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Jake Willers interviews wildlife filmmakers to hear their personal career stories, get advice and inspire others to achieve their wildlife filmmaking goals.

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Meet Jake

Jake is a TV presenter, Award Winning Filmmaker and Host of theĀ Behind the Wild Lens Podcast.Ā He has traveled to 38 countries and filmed in some of the most inhospitable places on earth. Having grown up on a wildlife park that he managed for many years, Jake gained a wealth of experience and a passion for the natural world, which he now injects into his filmmaking.

Jake has hosted 30 wildlife shows, which have enjoyed success in 147 countries and been translated into 25 languages, working with channels including National Geographic Channel International, Nat Geo Wild, and Channel FIVE, UK. In 2007 Jake moved from Cambridge, England to the US and formed NineCaribou Productions, LLC a production company dedicated to expanding people's knowledge of wildlife and the world around us.

Most recently Jake filmed urban black bears in North America for a sequence in the BBC's Planet Earth III, Humans episode which was released in November 2023.

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