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Charlie Hamilton James

NatGeo - Wildlife Photographer
Charlie Hamilton James is a National Geographic Magazine photographer specializing in issues concerning conservation, natural history, and anthropology. At 16, he worked on David Attenborough's “The Trials of Life”, and has since been commissioned by National Geographic, the BBC's Spring/Autumnwatch, and The Natural World. In 2001, he set up Halcyon Media to focus on wildlife production, and in 2007 produced “An Otter in the Family”. He also made “Halcyon River Diaries”, and “I Bought a Rainforest” in 2014. He moved to Wyoming in 2015 with his three sons. He was named Young Wildlife Photographer of the Year in 1991/2 and nominated in three categories for Wildlife Cameraman of the Year in 2007.
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