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about Mark Evans

experienced and trusted

In more than 25 years of directing, producing and series producing TV programmes across multiple genres, I have never worked with a more accommodating and conscientious presenter.

Mark always has a valuable contribution to make editorially and goes the extra mile to get things done. 

He’s actually really nice too, which we all know isn’t a given when it comes to on-screen talent!

Steve Cole

Series Producer, BBC Studios (Natural History Unit)

Vet Surgeon

A graduate of the Royal Veterinary College in London, Mark has worked in both private and charity (not-for-profit) animal hospitals.  He has also served as the RSPCA’s Chief Veterinary Adviser.

A passionate animal welfare advocate, Mark is a vocal campaigner for a smarter, more scientific approach to the way we interact with, and care for, wildlife and domesticated animals.

Mark is an award-winning animal-care writer and has presented hundreds of hours of vet-related television content focussing mainly on animal rescue and rehabilitation.  He co-created the Channel 4, ob-doc format, Pet Rescue, that ran for over 1000 episodes.

No longer in clinical practice, Mark continues to help organisations create and deliver communications projects promoting responsible animal care.

Mark has an international profile as a presenter of award-winning science documentaries and innovative, live, multi-platform events.

He has filmed all over the world, from the Arctic to Zambia, exploring subjects including human genomics, evolutionary anatomy, cryptozoology, wildlife conflict, reproduction and environmental DNA.

Trusted by broadcasters including the BBC, ITV, Channel 4, Five, NatGeo, Discovery and PBS, Mark has worked with many of the UK’s best-known specialist factual TV production companies.

Not surprisingly, given his veterinary background, most of Mark’s science communication work relates to his passion for biology.  But, he is also well-known for his keen interest in engineering.

Science Explorer

Science Explorer

Mark has an international profile as a presenter of award-winning science documentaries and innovative, live, multi-platform events.

He has filmed all over the world, from the Arctic to Zambia, exploring subjects including human genomics, evolutionary anatomy, cryptozoology, wildlife conflict, reproduction and environmental DNA.

Trusted by broadcasters including the BBC, ITV, Channel 4, Five, NatGeo, Discovery and PBS, Mark has worked with many of the UK’s best-known specialist factual TV production companies.

Not surprisingly, given his veterinary background, most of Mark’s science communication work relates to his passion for biology.  But, he is also well-known for his keen interest in engineering.

Shed Head

Growing up in an engineering family, Mark has always been fascinated with how things work and fixing stuff that’s broken.

He is an enthusiastic amateur mechanic with his own well-equipped workshop.  DIY is Mark’s default setting and he grabs any opportunity to learn new skills.

Mark’s very hands-on interest in making and mending has been the subject of over two hundred TV programmes. He is well-known around the world for his ambitious car, 4×4, motorbike and aircraft restoration and build projects.  He has also fronted ‘how to’ series about house building, home improvement and garden landscaping.

Mark loves the countryside and rural life.  He is a director of a charity that manages public access to over 2000 acres of the Surrey Hills AONB (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) where he also volunteers as a Ranger for the National Trust.

producer and presenter

Indies

Arrow Media

Double Act TV

Endemol Shine

Icon Films

Oxford Scientific Films

Testimony Films

Tigress Productions

Windfall Films

Broadcasters

BBC TV

Channel 4

Discovery

Five

ITV

More4

National Geographic

PBS

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