Interview: Ian White

A short introduction My degree, many years ago, was in Applied Biology and then I got side-tracked and ran my own business in the retail sector for about 20 years. Then I had a career change – I studied an ecology course at Merrist Wood and became interested in small mammals, specifically hazel dormice, and … Continue reading “Interview: Ian White”

Interview: James Shipman

After gaining a bit of notoriety for winning The Bat Conservation’s Trust’s Pete Guest award, we decided it was important to track James Shipman down for an interview. His hard work and commitment have been a huge factor in winning this award and he is inspiring others to follow in his footsteps. A short introduction … Continue reading “Interview: James Shipman”

Interview: Adrián Vilas

A short introduction A documentary filmmaker from Spain based in Bristol, UK, Adrián has a degree in Journalism and an MA in Documentary Production. He currently works as a Camera Assistant and Camera Operator for environmental documentaries. Over the last year he’s been involved in many projects all over the world, from Yellowstone to Kenya, … Continue reading “Interview: Adrián Vilas”

Interview: Merryl Gelling

A short introduction I’ve worked in mammal ecology and research for nearly twenty years, in that time undertaking projects on a variety of native UK species from small mammals and bats to larger critters such as foxes and badgers, and general ecology to disease in mammals.  I undertook a Doctorate at the Wildlife Conservation Research … Continue reading “Interview: Merryl Gelling”