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Department of Primatology

Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology
Deutscher Platz 6
04103 Leipzig

phone: +49 (0)341 3550 - 200
fax: +49 (0)341 3550 - 299



2012Mitt I Naturen Uganda (The Middle of Nature – Uganda)
One hour of a four part series about Uganda focusing on Bwindi mountain gorillas and my research.  This is the longest running and most popular nature show in Sweden.
2010Mountain Gorilla. BBC.
3 one hour long documentaries, focusing half on Bwindi mountain gorillas, my research, and conservation activities. 
2009Berggorillas – Ugandas sanfte Riesen (Mountain gorillas – Uganda’s gentle giants). ARTE.
45 minute documentary focused on Bwindi mountain gorillas, my research, and links between conservation and the surrounding communities.
2009Among the Apes. Firefly Productions, aired on BBC 5. 
One hour documentary of a four part series about wild primates, focusing on Bwindi mountain gorillas.
2008 The Gorilla King. Tigress Films. 
Interview in a one hour documentary using the life of a silverback gorilla to explain the conservation issues of mountain gorillas. 

Printed articles & photographs

2015‘The Basics about Mountain Gorillas’:  30 page booklet for distribution to Uganda Wildlife Authority park staff to improve knowledge about gorillas.
2015Runner up in Royal Society photo contest.
August 2015African Geographic, photos for article on Gabon tourism by Nick Tims.
2014 Cover Photograph Primate Ethnographies, KB Strier (ed), Pearson Press.
2011Cover Photograph Primates in Perspective, 2nd edition.  Campbell, CJ, Fuentes, A, MacKinnon, KC, Bearder, S, & Stumpf, RM.  Oxford (eds) University Press, Oxford
2015Photographs in: State of the Apes:  Industrial Agriculture and Ape Conservation. H. Rainer, ed. Cambridge University Press.
2008Photographsin Max Planck Research Magazine.  ‘Rukina’s Remarkable Family’ by Klaus Wilhelm.
2008Photographs in: Illustreret Videnbskab  (Danish ‘Science Illustrated).  Rivaler på tålt ophold  (Tolerated Rivals).
2008 Photographs in: German Psychology Today. ‘Remarkable Rukina’ by Klaus Wilhelm.
2005 Photographs in: World Atlas of Great Apes. Caldecott, J, Miles, L. (eds).University California Press.