Vianet Djenguet Wiki, Age, Wife, Family, Biography, My Congo

Vianet Djenguet Biography – Vianet Djenguet Wiki

Vianet Djenguet is a wildlife TV presenter as well as documentary and wildlife cameraman with over 15 years of experience in filming for major international broadcasters, including the BBC and National Geographic.

Most recently, award-winning wildlife cinematographer Vianet Djenguet filmed Baby Chimp Rescue that broadcast in January 2020 on BBC Two. In 2019 Vianet presented and filmed Animal Babies: First Year on Earth on BBC Two. He has presented two films for BBC One’s ‘The One Show’ where he filmed British birds – Kingfishers in Yorkshire and Cuckoos in Somerset.

His first job in television was as an Assistant Cameraman working on Casualty for the BBC, where he learnt so much about lighting techniques. He then moved onto documentary cinema verité and then wildlife documentaries. His debut on-screen appearance was in 2016 on BBC Two’s The Natural World – My Congo where he explored and presented some of the natural wonders of his homelands.

“My first Natural World film, My Congo, was my biggest break in the industry, and it had such a warm and positive response from viewers – I still receive emails from people expressing how much they loved it. There were physical challenges as well, including a 10-hour rainforest trek to meet a local tribe as well as following a silverback and his gorilla group.”

“My Congo was an amazing project, but there were some challenges too. I’m quite a private person so revealing so much of myself about my background and my childhood to so many was quite difficult for me. My job often focuses on revealing other people’s stories but when the camera turned on me I felt quite exposed.”

He has filmed in the following countries: Australia, Bolivia, Brazil, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of Congo, France, Gabon, Indonesia, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Liberia, Libya, Madagascar, Morocco, Republic of Congo, Reunion, Rwanda, Senegal, Uganda, UK, South Sudan, Uganda, India, Vietnam and the USA.

Vianet has a passion for conservation and helping to give a voice to the voiceless. He supports charities which work with indigenous people, disadvantaged communities, endangered wildlife, human-wildlife conflict, and orphanages. Some of the charity work includes teaching children in orphanages in Africa to use donated camera equipment. He also creates promotional video material to help charities with fund raising. These smaller productions are produced and edited by Vianet himself.

Vianet received an award for On Screen Talent at the 2017 RTS Awards for ‘The Natural World – My Congo’ and won the Presenter Award at the 2018 Wildscreen Panda Awards.

He graduated from Leeds Beckett in 2006 with a degree in film and moving image production. His other qualifications include the HEFAT Hostile environments course and a PfCO Drone Pilot license. He is fluent in English and French.

Vianet Djenguet Age

Wildlife cameraman Vianet Djenguet was born in Brazzaville, Republic of Congo. He is between his mid-30s and early 40s.

Vianet Djenguet Family

His physician father, a malaria specialist, moved the family to Paris to treat students and diplomats.

Vianet Djenguet Wife

Is Vianet Djenguet married? Not much is known about his wife.

Vianet Djenguet Ethnicity

Wildlife and documentary filmmaker Vianet is of African ethnicity. He is originally from the Congo.

Vianet Djenguet Instagram

His Instagram is @vianet_diary.