* Natural History Interpretation and Guiding
* Film Guiding, Research and Logistics
Chris Coupland spent his life in Tasmania, growing up on the north west coast of the state and then studying at the university of Tasmania where he gained and Honours Degree in Zoology.
Chris has extensively four wheel driving, hiking and camping experience throughout remote and western Tasmania.
Chris has spent his professional life working in remote and climatically harsh locations through out Tasmania and has traveled extensively throughout the continent. He also has experience working underground in Karst and Cave environments. Chris has 15 years experience within the tourism industry acting as an animal keeper, interpretation officer and tour guide. He has extensive knowledge of the fauna and ecology of Tasmania and can provide extensive information on shot locations, latest scientific research, as well as communication and liaison within the scientific and conservation circles. Chris can help create scientifically accurate scripts, and interpretation for a number of different purposes.
Chris Coupland is an experienced animal wrangler and has handled animals for many projects, including;
Super Scavengers - NHNZ
Growing Up - Marsupial Moms - NHNZ
Mutant Planet - NHNZ
Devil Diary - AUS
Jeff Corwin Experience - USA
Getaway, 9 - AUS
Great Outdoors, 7 – AUS
Harry's Practice, 7 - AUS
Bare Foot Bushman, - AUS
The Tasmanian Tiger Project – GER
Sunday Sunrise, 7 – AUS
Sunrise, 7 - AUS
A Current Affair, 9 - AUS
David Parer, ABC - Platypus - The strangest animal on the planet
David Parer, ABC - Terrors of Tasmania
Rod Morris, NHNZ - The case of the baby faced assassin.
The Totally Wild Show, BBC
Amazing Animals - Japan
Totally Wild - Australia
TBS Vision - Japan
Chris has acted as a presenter on a number of international documentaries airing on Animal Planet, including Super Scavengers, Growing up Marsupial Mums. He is also a presenter and Associate Producer in the forthcoming 'Hunt for the Tasmanian Tiger' which will air throughout Europe, Asia and Australia on Animal Planet in September 2015.
Between his scientific, conservation, animal wrangling and presenting roles, Chris is well qualified to research or guide any shoot (film or stills) or consult on Tasmanian fauna and ecology, within any region of Tasmania.
Allow Chris to Research, Present, Guide, Interpret, Transport or Co-ordinate
your next Tasmanian adventure, to maximise your time in Tasmania!
For More Details please contact:
+61 418 58 2088