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Jonnie Hughes

One year ago   |   By Bristol Natural History Consortium

Join Festival of Nature and Jonnie Hughes on Thursday 6th June for an evening discussion on How to Save the World with Netflix
Ahead of this event we caught up with Jonnie, Director and Producer, Silverback Films to find out more about his connections with the natural world!
What inspired your love of nature?
​Like many in Bristol, I was first channelled down my career path by Sir David! I remember distinctly watching him at the age of 8 or 9 with my mum and dad - must have been Life on Earth - and wanting to be him. It's quite incredible that all these years later, he is still having as...
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