Wildlife Film

Jeroen is specialized in natural history filmmaking.  He is worldwide employable and has an astounding knowledge of wildlife. Jeroen biggest skill is finding animals in the wild by himself and getting as close as possible to film them, without disturbing their natural behavior too much. His goal is always to visualize nature as pure as possible.

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              • Watch his 2019 showreel here on Vimeo.
              • ..He specializes in underwater filming, is worldwide employable and has an astounding knowledge of wildlife.
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            • Credits: Civilisations” (BBC), National Geographic, ‘Barbary Macaques: Childcaring is the man’s job’, (NHK), “The New Wilderness” and “WAD, surviving on the border of water and land”, two very successful Dutch wildlife documentaries...
          • Jeroen’s first wildlife film ‘Peaceful Dark Noisy Bright’ was filmed while trekking through Thailand’s rainforest with his 10 year old son Joep. This is a good example of Jeroen’s so-called ‘pure nature filming’, in which only free-living wild animals are filmed and no use is made of voice-overs, music or other manipulations of animals and audiences: simply showing pure nature at its best.
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          • Jeroen Verhoeff snorkeling
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        • For information please mail directly to
        • info’ad’jeroenverhoeff.com or call 0031 6 52256691
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