I've been taking photographs ever since my dad let me have a go with his ancient Praktika film SLR. I took photos for the student newspaper when I was at university, and then throughout my career as a working wildlife biologist.
Of course, when digital photography came along, photography became more accessible, and soon you could shoot video too.
In about 2016, I moved to freelancing as a scientist, and then moved sideways into using video to document and explain the kind of wildlife ecotoxicology studies (farming, wildlife, agrochemicals and regulation) I'd previously been designing and running in the field.
I've been doing that - and other corporate documentary work - ever since.