2015 - 2020
Sullivan’s documentation of wildfires found its inception in the Western Cape province of South Africa in 2015. He has since become a fully trained wildland firefighter at ‘Crew Leader’ status. Sullivan’s training allows him to access fire lines all over the country, including being able to reach inaccessible areas in the mountains via Helicopter. Sullivan has filmed and photographed more than 80 fires across the country, using his work to promote environmental conservation.
As he continues to document wildfires, he’s set on expanding his portfolio to cover fires across the world, identifying the global problem of climate change and the importance of Fire Prevention and Awareness.
Latest documentary - Walking with Fire
2018 - 2020
In 2018, Sullivan began expanding his portfolio with wildlife filming projects. Since he was a child, Sullivan’s heart was set on documenting the raw, sun-drenched expanse of the wild African savannah.
His dream became reality when his contracts took him to places such as the Okavango, Groot Karoo, Namibia, Mozambique, Kruger Park and more. Justin has since spent the majority of his time filming in Wilderness areas and is currently working on two ongoing documentaries in the Greater Kruger.
Experience & Education
2018 - 2020
Sullivan has travelled throughout Southern Africa to create content for numerous lodges. He uses engaging visuals with meaningful stories to capture the essence of these experiences.
The pillar of each video encapsulates the desired storyline of the client. Sullivan’s goal is to continuously expand his expertise in different genres.
Please contact Justin for a personalised expression of your story.
Latest experiential video - 'The Historian'
2017 - 2020
From rugged, untamed mountain peaks to barren desert sands, see the collection of short films below which encapsulate the raw beauty of the Indonesian wilderness, Namibian landscapes, and more…
2015 - 2020
Time-lapse photography is an art in itself and holds the ability to invoke incredible emotion within the viewer. Most films utilise time-lapse photography to capture the passing of time, establish a scene, or merely for the sole purpose of displaying the surrounding beauty.
This short video showcases just a few time-lapse motion pictures Sullivan has captured over the past few years...