“The idea of creating the world’s largest wildlife or biodiversity corridor is not only really exciting but very timely.”


Filmmaker & BJF Team


About me

Daniel has a Bachelor of Science from the University of Melbourne. He has also completed a master’s degree in Wildlife Filmmaking in New Zealand and has been working as a documentary filmmaker for the past two years. His last film ‘River Dog’ has won numerous international awards.


How I relate to the BJF

“The Araguaia corridor is an extremely important area of the Amazon rainforest and its conservation needs to be a global concern. The BJF represents the values of passion, commitment and innovation for the conservation of our natural environment. As an independent natural history filmmaker and zoologist, I am extremely proud to be part of this organization. It is with great pleasure that I offer my passion and skills to the benefit of the BJF and its goals.”