safariLIVE is an award winning LIVE wildlife TV show. Every day a team of intrepid guides, camera operators and others broadcast 2 x 3-hour LIVE safaris
One of the best parts of my internship at safariLIVE was filming and editing safariLIVE stories. SafariLIVE stories are short films about special encounters with our animal characters or behind the scenes information about the process of broadcasting HD LIVE wildlife from the African bush which is “no small feat.”
A Day in the Life of a Wild Earth Cameraman
Taking a look into the day of a safariLIVE cameraman. Award winning videgrapher Jeandre Gerding does what he does because it makes a difference in the lives of people and the animals he films. His passion is nature, and he really enjoys what he does which is evident in his work
safariLIVE celebrates Mandela Day
The safariLIVE crew headed out for a day of Madiba Magic in Utah, a community just outside of Sabi Sand, South Africa.
Behind the Scenes: safariLIVE goes on Nat Geo WILD
In just a couple hours, the team after weeks and weeks of preparation, is about to go LIVE on Nat Geo WILD across the whole of the United States. This is what we strive for, tensions are really high…the most exciting part of the best job in the world! “This is a behind the scenes look at the safariLIVE crew, shot and edited by production intern Chelsea Greene.”
Chelsea at safariLIVE
I was asked by Wild Earth to make a video about my internship to give the community some insight into what it’s like to be an intern for safariLIVE. I had a great time making this video and thanks to Jeandre Gerding for the interviewing! I gained better skills at conducting interviews from being an interviewee myself.