"My name is Scott Bradley
and this is my work"

About ME

Scott’s images and films showcase the splendour of nature in all its forms. He believes that cinematography has the power to create change by shining a light on the beauty of the natural world and the threats that it faces. Whether he’s trekking through the jungle, diving into the ocean, or scaling a mountain, Scott is always ready for his next adventure, capturing images and films that will inspire future generations to appreciate and protect the natural world. 

Scott’s passion is for marine life with a special affinity for sharks, he wants to use photography and film to change the perception of sharks from one of fear to one of amazement and wonder.  His current work hopes to raise awareness about the importance of conservation and inspire others to take action to protect all marine life. 


Photography is a medium that can capture the beauty and wonder of the natural world, and for those who love adventure, it offers a unique opportunity to explore and document the world around us. Whether it’s scaling mountains to capture breathtaking vistas, or diving deep into the ocean to capture the vibrant colours of coral reefs, photography allows us to share the beauty and diversity of the natural world with others and for me, that’s truly something special.


Filming the natural world can be a powerful tool to not only capture its beauty, but also to tell stories that raise awareness about important issues facing our planet. By using film, we can share the stories of endangered species, disappearing ecosystems, and the impact of human activity on the environment. Through the lens of a camera, we can showcase the majesty of nature and create a connection between people and the natural world, inspiring them to take action to protect it. But the very act of filming also raises awareness of the need for conservation itself. When we see the incredible diversity and complexity of life on Earth, it becomes clear how important it is to protect and preserve it for future generations. That’s why for me, conservation through the lens: inspiring change through film is such a passion of mine.

"I wish the world was twice as big and half of it still unexplored" - Sir David Attenborough

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