Sam has travelled to over 70 countries, on every continent, creating videos for some of the world's most luxurious accommodations (including Chiawa Camp, awarded “Best Safari Property In Africa”) as well as directing, shooting and producing for Discovery Channel, Travel Channel, National Geographic, the BBC and news outlets around the world. Sam holds a BA (with honours) degree in Television Production from Bournemouth University, renowned in the film and TV industry as one of the most prestigious courses available. There are more applicants to this course than any other university course in the UK, accepting less than 4% of candidates. Sam also undertook part of his studies on the Television Arts course at Ryerson University Toronto, known as the leading media university in Canada. He was picked to represent the University at the National Association of Broadcasters in Las Vegas, receiving editing lessons from Academy Award winning editor Walter Murch. In 2009 he won two Royal Television Society awards for his work on the film “Give Us A Break”, which ran at cinemas in the UK and was shown on the BBC.
Nadine Chambers joined Sam Evans Media in 2012 and has travelled to over 30 countries creating promotional videos and documentaries for the Travel Channel, high end safari lodges, non profit organizations and companies throughout Africa, North America and South America. Nadine's preproduction expertize enable the smooth planning and execution of a shoot from concept to completion. She utilizes her creativity working with various post production platforms to bring every video project to life.