Based in the U.K, Virginia Quinn is a highly experienced wildlife and specialist factual producer and director for the world’s major broadcasters. Her work on landmark series and singles has taken her across Asia, Africa, the Americas and Europe to some of the most beautiful and remote places on the planet, filming extraordinary people, stories and spectacular wildlife along the way.
From the most sensitive of topics to the most technically difficult to shoot, her films reflect both the aesthetic visuals of story telling as much as the narrative resulting in beautifully crafted films and returning clients.
She has experience directing small intimate crews and large docu drama crews, from 3 to 80 plus, and is not fazed by working in the most far flung of locations, or with highly dangerous animals, or with ambitious set ups and CGI.
Virginia has also had several of her own documentary ideas commissioned throughout her career. Among them, films produced through Kingdom Films including an ambitious predator cognition series exploring social behaviour.
A passion for the wild and its conservation led her to South Africa over a decade ago and a home on a game reserve close to the Kruger National Park in between filming projects. There she continues to spend her free time gaining practical experience and insight into conservation, bush skills and animal behaviour.