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Robert Dróżdż

Warsaw, Poland

Robert, since he was a toddler, was fascinated by nature. As a young boy, he used to run with binoculars watching the life of animals. When he grew up he was involved in research work, supporting: introduction turtle in Poland, examining bats or monitoring birds near the Vistula river.

With time, the passion for wildlife nature led him to study forestry at SGGW along with attending the Film School in Lodz, at the same time. During those years he was a wildlife photographer. He published many publications among them were the ones for the Polish edition of the National Geographic. His work allowed him to be a member of the Association of the Polish Art Photographers.

He is currently a wildlife cameraman. His debut film was "Pola tetniace zyciem", showing the rapid changes taking place in the agricultural environment. In this film, he was a director, a screenwriter, and a cameraman at the same time.

He has a huge experience and sense in the field.

Skills

Animal Behaviour,  Birds in Flight,  Extreme Environments (arctic, desert, mountain),  Extreme Locations,  Field Craft,  Hide Work,  Long Lens,  Stills Photography,  Timelapse,  Wild/Dangerous animals,  Wilderness experience.