Alongside her prolific television work Liz is a regular contributor to national and international titles in print and online including the Huffington Post.
Liz’s passion for science and conservation allows her to immerse herself in the research and scientific underpinning of her presenting work and she collaborates closely with production teams on scripts for documentaries and voice overs to ensure that her programmes are factually accurate, entertaining and as up to date as possible.
When I moved to London 12 years ago, one of the first things I did was head to the Natural History Museum to visit the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition. I clearly remember walking amongst the backlit displays, mesmerised by the powerful images that somehow could convey a thousand words, and struck by the gamut of emotions they managed to evoke in me...
I love to photograph the wildlife I encounter on my travels, but the most memorable moments are inevitably those that I didn't observe through a lens. While sitting on the top of a 4x4 in Botswana, waiting for elephants to emerge from the trees as the hottest part of the day passed, the battery on my camera ran out...
Blogs and Other Writing
Liz writes for Huff Post UK about the lifestyle changes that can help secure the future of our wild places around the world.
Liz blogs for the Huffington Post about her love of science and her role as the BBC's Terrific Scientific Ambassador.