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2015 and beyond

As well as making films around the world, Tony has launched his own production company, Sabana Films, dedicated to making bespoke documentaries such as The Mountain War to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the First World War in Europe.

 

 
2000s

Tony has been interviewing an A-Z of celebrities in the arts and sciences. His documentaries continue to be diverse and eclectic, ranging from biographies to current affairs, with the common thread of high quality journalism.


 
1990s

Tony began the early decade at the internationally renowned BBC Natural History Unit where he spent many formative years filming in remote places around the world from the Himalayas to the Amazonian rainforest. He moved to California in 1999 to work on the award winning The Shape of Life series and to write his book on Alfred Hitchcock, ending the millennium on the beaches of Hawaii.

 

 
1980s

Tony continued to have a quest for knowledge and interest in writing. In the latter 80s he scored an early publishing success with the formation of his own software company for the booming home computer market. Favourable reviews can still be found on the web under the Lee Software label.

 

 
1970s
Tony was born in the historical town of Hastings, England, yet from an early age looked to the horizon. The 70s was an influential decade and early inspirations were the natural world and cult cinema.