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Graham Horder

Director / Lighting Cameraman / Producer / Sound Recordist

Chepstow, United Kingdom

Wildlife and sync cameraman with extensive experience in film and TV production. Blue-chip wildlife, natural history features, documentaries, drama, feature films, commercials, sport, corporates and music videos. Recent camerawork: 'Wild Wales' - Plimsoll Productions; 'SuperPigs' - Humble Bee; 'Planet Parrot' - Terra Mater; several BBC One/Two and S4C series with Iolo Williams; Alan Titchmarsh 'Seasons' - ITV - Tiger Aspect; 'Rivers' - Griff Rhys Jones (BBC 1), BBC Sport coverage, 'Autumnwatch'; 'Dragons Bite' (Natural World with Humble Bee); 'Cuckoos' (BBC Natural World); 'Cork' - (BBC Natural World, Mike Salisbury, Paul Morrison), 'Prairie Dogs' (Natural World, Stephen Dunleavy, Paul Morrisson). Contributions to many notable BBC natural history programmes. Credits on more than 40 RSPB films. Can work on productions as director cameraman/lone operator (using radio mics etc.). Own and operate Avid on-line edit suite. A solid, positive, good-natured person to have on any team.

Credits and Experience

Wild Wales - BBC Wales/S4C for Plimsoll Productions



Filmed in 2017: - SuperPigs is a one hour special for Terra Mater, produced by Humble Bee Productions. Director - Matt Hamilton. I filmed studio sequences with tracks, cranes and cable dollies of 'intelligent pigs!'

Iolo's Snowdonia

BBC One and BBC 4. 4 part series about Snowdonia National Park. First broadcast January-February 2018 Filmed throughout 2017

Squirrels 2015

Sequence cameraman. Long lens grey squirrel behaviour for Austrian special about squirrels.

Dros y Ffin (series 2) 2015

Second series for S4C covering the Wildlife of 6 English National Parks. Long lens, macro, high-speed, presenter and contributor filming.

Iolo's Brecon Beacons 2016

Series cameraman. 4 Part series. Broadcast 2016, BBC Wales, BBC 2, BBC 4. Long lens, infra red, macro, presenter and contributor filming.

Dros y Ffin (series 1)

Welsh language 6 part series about English National Parks with Iolo Williams as presenter. Contains varied wildlife content and contributors.

Great Welsh Parks

Presenter led 4 part series with Aden Productions about wildlife around Wales, with Iolo Williams, numerous presenters and varied wildlife content.

Planet Parrot

Cameraman for this Humble Bee Ltd. production for Terra Mater in USA, Argentina and Mexico

BBC Sport (single operator filming)

Action coverage, reporter and interview inserts and actuality for rugby league, football, ice hockey, formula 3 racing and cricket.

'Dragons Bite' Natural World 2010-11 (Humble Bee)

Crew and wildlife filming for Natural World about Komodo dragons.

Prairie Dogs-Talk of the Town: Natural World 2010

Cameraman: long lens wildlife, sync sequences, balloon filming, near infra-red stills, mini cameras, on-location set construction and filming, infra red night filming.

Rivers with Griff Rhy Jones: BBC 1 2009

Cameraman: housed camera for action shots in Severn Bore and landscape shots around Wales.

Cork: Natural World 2009

Cameraman: hand held and tripod sync filming with jib work. Long lens wildlife filming, on-location studio construction and lighting, night filming, balloon filming, underwater pole cameras.

Alan Titchmarsh Seasons ITV: 2009-2010

Cameraman: various wildlife filming, Giraffe Crane filming, hand-held sync sequences.

Autumnwatch 2009

Cameraman: fallow deer rut and badgers with infra red kit.


telephone: +44 (0)1291 628632

mobile: +44 (0)771 9476383




16mm,  Adventure,  Aerial,  Animal Behaviour,  AP,  Avid,  Birds in Flight,  Blue/Green screen,  Cable Dolly,  Documentary,  DV camera operation,  DVD Authoring,  Editing,  Endoscopes,  Field audio gathering equipment,  Field Craft,  Hand-held Documentary,  HD,  Hide Work,  High Speed/Slow Motion,  Infra Red,  Jib and Dolly,  Long Lens,  Macro/Studio,  Mini Remote (3 ccd),  OBdoc,  Open Water Dive Licence,  Polecam Operator,  Set Building,  Sound Recording,  Studio & exterior day & night lighting,  Sync Shooting,  Thermal Imaging.