Nigel's Photo Gallery
An exciting selection of images personally selected by Nigel, including exclusive shots available nowhere else in the world.
4 million years ago: A scene from the BBC's Sea Monsters series.
Nigel’s spherical shark cage is put to the test when a 50-foot long prehistoric shark decides to take a bite. The monster here is Megalodon, which means ‘giant teeth’. This fish weighed as much as 20 great white sharks and could open its mouth to a width of 10 feet. Fortunately, the design of Nigel’s cage means that the predator can’t get a good grip, and the cage glances off those massive teeth. Sadly for shark-watchers, Megalodon is now extinct, so time travelling is the only way you could see this, the largest flesh-eating shark of all time.
The Cruise Ship Adventures Gallery has 10 fantastic photos from filming on cruise journeys to exotic locations all over the world.
The Webosaurs gallery contains 12 exclusive photos from the filming of a collection of unique Nigel ‘webosodes’ in the USA, December 2008.
The Polar Bear Adventure Gallery showcases a dozen photos from the making of Nigel’s 2007 series on Arctic wildlife. They’re guaranteed to make you feel a bit chilly.
The Killer Whale Islands Gallery contains 12 behind-the-scenes photos from the making of Nigel’s documentary on the remote and windswept Falkland Islands.
The Micro Safari Gallery is full of exclusive images from the making of Nigel’s ITV show of the same name. In the film, he’s shrunk to 15 mm tall and undertakes a dangerous expedition through a suburban garden.
The Prehistoric Park Gallery boasts ten exclusive images from the making of Nigel’s blockbuster six-part dinosaur series.
The Rhinos Gallery contains behind-the-scenes shots from Nigel’s documentary on the world’s rhinoceroses.
The Ugly Animals Gallery gives a glimpse of a few of the stars of Nigel’s documentary on nature’s stranger creations.
In the Archive Photos section, you'll find a very large selection of older images including Nigel’s early years and his wedding. Why not take a look, you never know what you might find…