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JEFF WILSON (Director/Producer) is a producer/director of natural history films and a documentary photographer based in Bristol, U.K. He served as assistant director for Disneynature's 2015 feature "Monkey Kingdom" before joining the "Penguins" team. Born in the U.K. and raised in Kenya, Africa-the son of two conservationists-he has worked in 45 countries and on every continent, specializing in remote-location work, capturing the behavior of some of the world's most spectacular wildlife and landscapes. Wilson studied biology before joining the BBC Natural History Unit in 2001 for David Attenbourough's "Life of Mammals."

Prior to joining the "Monkey Kingdom" team, Wilson produced the film "Snowdonia-A Year in the Wild," which was awarded Best New Producer by the Royal Television Society in the U.K. and the Marian Zunz Newcomer Award by Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival. His credits include the BBC series "Frozen Planet" and "Planet Earth," as well as "The Natural World," "A Year in the Wild" and "Great Bear Stakeout."

As a photographer, he has been published in all the major newspapers in the U.K., as well as magazines including Adventure Travel, National Geographic Traveler, Outdoor Photographer, GQ, BBC Wildlife and Trail Magazine.


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