Wildlife Photographer, Filmmaker, Journalist




Nardine is an Australian wildlife filmmaker, photographer and environmental journalist with a background in zoology and environmental education. She has worked at the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) as a radio researcher and online features writer and was an accredited journalist at the UNFCCC COP21 in Paris in 2015. Her work has been published in ABC News, Crikey and The Sydney Morning Herald and broadcast on ABC Radio National.

More recently she has been living in Bristol in the UK where she studied the BBC NHU affiliated UWE Masters of Wildlife Filmmaking and filmed, edited and produced a short film on Superb Lyrebirds. Since graduating she has worked in Bristol at Films@59, Icon Films and the BBC Natural History Unit on productions such as Earth’s Great Rivers, Springwatch and Seven Worlds.

She is also a classical trained soprano and combined her dual love of music and the natural world to produce a radio documentary for ABC Radio National called The whale aria.

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