Check Out The Gallery
See some amazing 'on location' wildlife photography taken by our members
Meet Mateo Willis
Mateo has worked on a number of BBC's Natural History Unit wildlife series, including Frozen Planet and Life Story
How green is your film-making?
New thinking and new technology are helping our industry become more sustainable in the future
The International Association of Wildlife Film-makers
The International Association of Wildlife Film-makers (IAWF) was founded in 1982 to encourage communication and cooperation between people who are often isolated on location in the field. Our members are professional cameramen and camerawomen who earn most of their income from making wildlife films.
We look forward to seeing you at London's ExCel arena from February 28th to March 2nd
Hurry, the deadline for submissions is Wednesday 23rd March 2016!
IAWF now affiliated with the GTC
Getting Started in Wildlife Film-making
Expert advice from John Waters on getting started, and the trials and rewards of pursuing a wildlife filmmaking career.
Spotlight: Hector Skevington-Postles
I am a natural history and documentary cameraman. My professional experience to date includes filming in Africa, Asia, South and North America on blue-chip and other wildlife series for the BBC Natural ...