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Steve has been a wildlife photojournalist for National Geographic Magazine for over two decades, specializing in big cats. he has produced three documentary films on cats that aired on National Geographic WILD. He is a Nat Geo Explorer and he’s been named BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year and BBC Wildlife Photojournalist of the Year. He was a two-time winner of Picture of the Year International’s Global Vision Award and top awards from World Press Photo in 2008, 2014 and 2020. He has appeared on 60 Minutes, CBS Nightly News, NPR, BBC, CNN and other outlets and speaks globally on big cats and conservation for Nat Geo LIVE.Full Bio
Sharon is an award-winning journalist and author. She writes on wildlife, ecosystems and the threats they face, with a focus on wildlife trafficking, conservation initiatives and zoonotic disease. Sharon is also a photographer, produces multimedia, acts as contributing producer on TV and film projects and lectures widely. She is a National Geographic Explorer and a global fellow at the Wilson Center, working at the intersection of environmental issues and public policy.Full Bio
Mike is a wildlife photographer, filmmaker and researcher who focuses on big cats. He studied environmental economics at Dartmouth College and the University of Oxford. His research focuses on the impacts of social media on big cat conservation and the communities living around wild cats. Mike worked on the award winning film “The Hidden Tiger,” which was released in December 2020. His work has taken him around the world, doing projects on all seven continents, with a notable background working on big cat stories in India, Indonesia, Brazil, Nepal and across the United States. Mike is currently working with Steve and Sharon on a new National Geographic project that features work with lynx and bobcats.Full Bio
Bertie is a wildlife filmmaker who has documented numerous species around the world. He is the host of National Geographic's “Wildlife with Bertie Gregory” and "Epic Adventures with Bertie Gregory." He has filmed for BBC Planet Earth, Nat Geo and other outlets. Bertie studied zoology at the University of Bristol in the UK and then evolved his lifelong passion for wildlife into filmmaking. Bertie was Steve's assistant for two years working on big cat projects including documentaries on jaguars in Brazil and Mumbai's urban leopards.Full Bio
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