Benjamin directs and produces heartfelt stories in film for charities and commercial clients. Before co-founding his production company, Benjamin was a BBC documentary producer at Radio 4 and the World Service. We have a chat with Benjamin to uncover his experiences in telling great stories.
Award-winning documentary filmmaker Maranatha Hay shares her experience shooting in Managua, Nicaragua as well as her tips for budding documentary makers.
Norie Quintos, editor-at-large at Nat Geo Travel and one of our 2018 Travel Writing Scholarship judges gives us a glimpse at what she looks for when editing a piece.
Pro-photographer Marta Kulesza unravels the challenges and common mistakes made when trying to photograph nature’s most fascinating display.
Whether you've been running a business for years or just starting out, travel photographer Mark Edward Harris shares his tips to help grow your business.
How does one break into the travel photography industry? Our Travel Photography Scholarship Judge, Annapurna Mellor shares highlights of her journey to becoming a full-time travel photographer and her life on the road.
Social Media, the Internet and the next generation of Travel Photography. Learn how to share your photography with the world from a pro travel photographer.
Ever returned from a trip and forgotten key parts of the experience? Some exercise tips to follow while traveling.
Even for seasoned travel writers, inspiration doesn't always magically strike. Annapurna Mellor shares the methods she uses to find her spark.
What really grabs a Nat Geo editor's attention? Norie Quintos shares her advice for getting started and what she'll be looking for as one of our Travel Writing Scholarship judges
From The Merv Griffin Show to North Korea, we sit down with one of our Travel Photography Scholarship Judges to chat about his career so far, and learn why a location is not a story.
What makes a compelling pitch? What are editors looking for? Pro photographer Mark Edward Harris shares his advice to help get your work published.
Creating an emotional connection with your viewer is the key to great storytelling. Visual storyteller Gregg Bleakney from WhereNext explains, it’s all about thinking like Jason Bourne.
Getting a great interview from your subjects on film is hard. Many people freeze as soon as the “recording” light comes on. Visual storyteller Benjamin Chesterton, from production company Duckrabbit, shows you how to get your subject to relax and tell a great story.