Patrick Morris is a series producer working with the BBC Natural History Unit in Bristol, England. He holds a first class honors degree in Zoology and has been making award-winning wildlife documentaries for 15 years for BBC, Discovery Channel, Animal Planet, National Geographic, WNET, WGBH, ORF and ZDF.
Patrick’s work has taken him across the world. Among his many awards he has won the Best of Festival at Jackson Hole for “People of the Sea” (1997) a 50’ film about the wildlife and fishery crisis of Newfoundland, Best Limited Series at Jackson Hole for “Wild Africa” (2001), a 6x50’ landmark series about the biogeography of the continent, three Best of Festivals at Missoula IWFF for “The Natural World Hokkaido : Garden of the Gods” (2000), a film about the wildlife of northern Japan as seen through the eyes of the Ainu people, “ Wild Africa” (2002) and “The Natural World : Dune” (2004), a 50’ film following sand grains on a ten thousand year journey from South Africa to Namibia and Angola. Patrick has also twice won the Magnolia Award for the Best Nature Documentary at the Shanghai TV Festival, for his films “Dune” and “Hokkaido”.
Patrick has recently completed a 4x50’ series about the changing landscape and wildlife of Europe for BBC, ORF and ZDF. Now he is producing a 3 x 50’ HiDefinition series about the biogeography of the Galapagos Islands for BBC and National Geographic Television.