Caroline Brett graduated from Bristol University with a BSc Honours degree in Zoology. She is a highly experienced and award-winning producer/ director. A keen photographer, her stills are housed at the Oxford Scientific Films Library. She has written seven books on wildlife and had numerous articles published in various magazines and newspapers. Caroline worked for twenty one years for the prestigious Survival series making programmes in numerous locations including out on the ice in Arctic Canada, in the rain forests of Sierra Leone, in the seas around the Shetland Islands and on a remote Vietnamese island in the South China Sea. She directed and produced numerous one-hour Survival Specials as well as the highly successful 'Predators with Gaby Roslin and 'Wild about Essex with Tony Robinson'. She has recently written, produced and directed films on 'Ice Whales' in the Arctic, macaws in Peru, black caiman in Brazil and street children in India.
Caroline joined the Save Our Seas Foundation to direct and produce "Pearl Islands: The Story of Bahrain's Natural Gems". She is now the Save our Seas Foundation film producer working on numerous marine productions and initiatives around the world.
Pearl Islands - The History of Bahrains Natural Gems
Award of the Juvenile Jury 2010