Steve Leonard is a veterinary surgeon who has been presenting natural history documentaries for the last 13 years for the BBC, Animal Planet and ITV. Although Steve practices as a companion animal vet in the UK he has had ample opportunity to use his skills working with a huge array of wildlife species.
Act for Wildlife is a great way for people to get involved with 'on the ground' conservation. You can really see where your much needed money is going and monitor the progress of these interesting projects as they help animals and people in peril.
Sue was born in North Wales and attended The Queen's School, Chester. She spent 11 years as a wildlife film-maker with the world-renowned BBC Natural History Unit, working on the award-winning BBC series The Blue Planet and Planet Earth and the Disney nature movie Earth, before leaving the BBC to concentrate on her stills photography. She is represented by Getty Images.
I am passionate about the use of still and moving images to engage people's interest in the natural world. I'm looking forward to sharing that passion with people and encouraging them to Act for Wildlife too.