Wildlife cameraman Gordon Buchanan captures images that inspire the wonder and awe of the natural world and is best known as a presenter on 'SpringWatch' and 'AutumnWatch'.
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Wildlife cameraman Gordon has spent the last seventeen years filming the wild, the weird and the wonderful animals that we share the planet with. Travelling to some of the most remote areas he captures images that inspire the wonder and awe of the natural world. With a reputation for dangerous and tough assignments, Gordon spends much of the year in the wildest and most extreme parts of the world filming and presenting some of the BBC’s top Wildlife programmes. His free time is spent at home with his wife Wendy and two children Lola and Harris.
In addition to his work behind the camera Gordon has made successful forays into working in front of the lens. First in ‘Leopard Hunters’, Gordon proved to be a very competent and natural presenter. His relaxed and informal manner was put to good use in two series for the BBC’s 'Wild' strand. ‘Wild Scotland’ and ‘Wild West Country’ were hugely popular with the BBC2 audience, and have provided an interesting diversion to Gordon’s main love of filming. At the start of 2004 Gordon, with his wife and new daughter Lola, returned to the Isle of Mull to commence a 50 minute film about the wildlife on and around his native island.
Gordon recently proved himself to be a natural and sensitive presenter in the touching BBC documentary The Bear Family and Me, in which he embarked on a life-changing mission to understand and bond with a family of wild bears.