Port Lympne and Howletts Wild Animal Parks in Kent are gaining a reputation as a great choice for filming locations. We are very film friendly and are happy to accommodate crews of all shapes and sizes.
We understand that choosing the right location for filming can be a difficult task, so to make it easy we provide a variety of locations at our two sites – we can even supply the sandwiches!
We with worked with a number of productions over the years including Sky 3D, Daybreak, The One Show, Hairy Bikers, Animal Planet and Getty Images to name just a few, so you will be in good hands!
There are a number of photographers who regularly take photos at our parks, accommodation and weddings. Imagery used throughout this website can be attributed to these photographers and more.
Dave Rolfe spends most of his time building his photographic library at Howletts and Port Lympne, The Aspinall Wild Animal Parks in Kent, but also photographs elsewhere in the country and abroad. Photographic prints can be purchased from his website wildlife-shots.co.uk
Dan Desborough is an experienced professional photographer from Folkestone in Kent offering a modern and vibrant style of photography.
James Howe took many stunning animal photos in his time as an intern with the Communications Department, including some of the first shots of our gorgeous rhino calf, Nyota, born 25th December 2009.
Originally from the UK, Tony has been actively involved in Aspinall Foundation field projects for many years having worked as a project coordinator and scientific advisor at our Congo gorilla projects from 2000-2006. He is currently assisting with the coordination of the Foundation's Madagascar-based lemur protection project. Carrying out field research takes him to many hard-to-reach sites where he is fortunate enough to come face to face with many elusive species.
Listed below are some of the photographers who have photographed weddings in the Port Lympne Mansion