Journalist, Wildlife Photographer and Filmmaker

About

NARDINE GROCH

Nardine is an environmental journalist and wildlife photographer from Australia. The focus of her work is to use creative media to engage people in solving the important environmental issues of our time.   She is also a classical trained soprano and recently combined her dual love of music and the natural world to produce a radio documentary for ABC Radio National called Animal Arias.  She has previously worked for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) as a researcher and features writer and last year was an accredited freelance journalist at the UNFCCC COP21 in Paris.  Her background in zoology and conservation has seen her tag leatherback sea turtles in Trinidad, radio track jaguars in Brazil and use camera traps to help identify small cats in the cloud forests of Ecuador. She has photographed wildlife throughout South and Central America, Svalbard, Sweden and Finland and in 2010 spent a month with the Wildlife Film Academy in South Africa producing a film about lions. She is currently based in Bristol in the UK where she is studying on the BBC Natural History Unit affiliated Masters of Wildlife Filmmaking at UWE. 

Nardine is an environmental journalist and wildlife photographer from Australia. The focus of her work is to use creative media to engage people in solving the important environmental issues of our time.  

She is also a classical trained soprano and recently combined her dual love of music and the natural world to produce a radio documentary for ABC Radio National called Animal Arias

She has previously worked for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) as a researcher and features writer and last year was an accredited freelance journalist at the UNFCCC COP21 in Paris. 

Her background in zoology and conservation has seen her tag leatherback sea turtles in Trinidad, radio track jaguars in Brazil and use camera traps to help identify small cats in the cloud forests of Ecuador.

She has photographed wildlife throughout South and Central America, Svalbard, Sweden and Finland and in 2010 spent a month with the Wildlife Film Academy in South Africa producing a film about lions.

She is currently based in Bristol in the UK where she is studying on the BBC Natural History Unit affiliated Masters of Wildlife Filmmaking at UWE.