Patrick Aryee is one of Britain’s most promising young wildlife presenters.
Combining his scientific knowledge with his distinct, rich voice, Patrick is a breath of fresh air in wildlife television.
After studying Cancer Biology at the University of Bristol, Patrick decided to pursue a career in wildlife film-making.
He was an integral crew member of BBC productions ‘Madagascar‘ and ‘Attenborough: 60 years in the Wild‘.
Soon after this, Patrick went on to write and produce his own web series to accompany ‘Madagascar’. The series received positive reviews for his light hearted and engaging demeanour on screen.
With this, his presenting career was well and truly in motion.
Patrick went on to present ‘Monkeys: An Amazing Animal Family‘ on Sky One, a sequel following the huge success of ‘Cats: An Amazing Animal Family‘, which went on to become one of the most watched programmes on Sky Go following its release.
More recently, Patrick has presented Big Beats, The Last of the Giants for Sky One, where Patrick gets up close and personal with some of the world’s biggest creatures.
He’s also appeared on the BBC’s Spring Watch as a guest presenter.
As a guest speaker, Patrick Aryee shares ground-breaking insights into the natural world, which are making us re-think our relationship with wildlife and the environment as a whole.