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HANNAH STITFALL

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Hannah is an RTS nominated wildlife presenter, producer and filmmaker making waves within the world of natural history. A fresh face within the genre, her career and profile has gone from strength to strength and she’s already worked with some of the most globally recognised brands in wildlife broadcast including BBC Earth and BBC Radio 4, and is the digital presenter for BBC Springwatch and Winterwatch.

 

With a first class degree in Zoology and a Masters degree in Wildlife Filmmaking, Hannah has made it her mission to bring environmental issues to the fore and is passionate about communicating and delivering these stories to wider audiences. This has seen her garner a large following on social media in a very short space of time, making her one of the most prolific wildlife influencers in the UK. Hannah has previously collaborated with MPB and Canon amongst other brands, and is an ambassador for Craghoppers.

 

A new and refreshing voice within this space, Hannah’s passion and enthusiasm is inspiring and her drive to make hard hitting content that taps into a global movement of young people concerned with environmental issues is attracting the attention of her peers and those working within the TV and media industry too. Credits include;

The One Show - VT Presenter

 

BBC Springwatch - Digital Presenter

 

BBC Winterwatch - Digital Presenter 

 

BBC Earth - My Place on Earth - Presenter

BBC Earth - Coexistence - Presenter

 

BBC Autumnwatch - Hedgehog Rescue BBC 2 - Presenter

BBC Autumnwatch - Digital Presenter

 

BBC Springwatch - Badger Family BBC 2 - Presenter

 

CBeebies Garden Tales - Digital Presenter

 

BBC Earth Wild Rescue: Water Voles - Producer/Presenter

BBC Earth Wild Rescue: Foxes - Producer/Presenter

BBC Earth Wild Rescue: Otters - Producer/Presenter

BBC Earth Wild Rescue: Wild Cats - Producer/Presenter

BBC Earth Wild Rescue: Barn Owls - Producer/Presenter

BBC Earth Wild Rescue: Seals - Producer/Presenter

BBC Earth Wild Rescue: Badgers - Producer/Presenter

BBC Earth Wild Rescue: Street Dog Rescue - Producer/Presenter

BBC Earth Wild Rescue: Beavers - Producer/Presenter

BBC Earth Wild Rescue: Bats and Swifts - Producer/Presenter

 

BBC Earth Four Adorable Animals You May Never Have Heard Of | Science of Cute - Producer/Presenter

BBC Earth Why Do We Find Deadly Animals So Loveable | Science of Cute - Producer/Presenter

BBC Earth Otters Have A Favourite Rock To Play With | Science of Cute - Producer/Presenter

BBC Earth Sick Hedgehog Takes First Swim | Science of Cute - Producer/Presenter

 

BBC Radio 4: My Living World - Presenter

 

BBC Earth Wild Lands South Africa: Africa’s Deadliest Predators - Producer/Presenter

BBC Earth Wild Lands South Africa: Why Are Zebras Black And white - Producer/Presenter

BBC Earth Wild Lands South Africa: Giraffes Blue Tongues - Producer/Presenter

BBC Earth Wild Lands South Africa: South Africa’s Strongest Animals - Producer/Presenter

 

BBC Earth Wild Cities: Singapore - Producer/Presenter

BBC Earth Wild Cities: Hong Kong - Producer/Presenter

 

Hannah is an active campaigner against the illegal wildlife trade and is determined to make films that expose the exploitation and illegal trading of wildlife and animal cruelty across the globe. She is also incredibly active within the wildlife conservation charity sector and is an Ambassador for Helping Rhinos, The Wildlife Trusts, The UK Wild Otter Trust, Prickles and Paws Hedgehog Rescue and the Cornish Seal Sanctuary.

2024 is an exciting year for Hannah, as on April 25th she published her first book with Octopus Publishing, Wild Treasures: A Year of Extraordinary Encounters with Cornwall’s Wildlife. Alongside this, Hannah is the host of Oceans: Life Under Water, a podcast in association with Greenpeace and Crowd Network.

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