Max Hug Williams has worked in wildlife television for over fourteen years; both as a cameraman and producer.

After completing a Zoology degree and MSc in Animal Behaviour, he spent several years working alongside award winning Director of Photography, Chris Openshaw, before being selected for the prestigious BBC Natural History Unit camera-training bursary.

Filming in extreme environments from the Amazon to the Arctic, Max now has over 50 credits working on many award winning series. For consecutive years Max has been nominated for a BAFTA for Best Factual photography -
(2014) Africa-Congo, BBC1
(2015) Photographing Africa, BBC4.
He was part of the team that won a Cinematography Emmy for the BBC Series Human Planet (2012)

Max has experience on a range of formats and has a full RED Dragon Epic set-up. Shooting both Sync & wildlife he has worked across a broad range of genres including Bluechip, feature docs, commercials and Obs docs - for further details please contact.

New Migration Series - Nature's Epic Journeys starts with Elephants 11th May, BBC1, 9pm