Our Team

We know that the people we engage are paramount to the success of our business and so we carefully select folk who are passionate about their work. We are committed to employing and promoting an enthusiastic and talented staff so that our clients can really enjoy dealing with us.

We offer the full time services of personable and professional videographers, who are experienced in their field and totally dedicated to capturing your experience as it unfolds. While always being discreet and unobtrusive, they will enhance the ‘good company’ of your pursuit and will become an integral part of the adventure.

Where the videographer who filmed the event does not do the editing, our editors will work closely with him/her to ensure the true essence of your experience is accurately reproduced. Our editors are all highly experienced and will produce a creative and professional video, matched to your specific requests and needs.

Our key management and production personnel are:

Kerry Egner:

Managing Member
Editor, Marketing and Admin:

Kerry grew up in the small town of Hilton in the Kwazulu Natal Midlands. She then attended Rhodes University in the Eastern Cape for five years, obtaining two degrees and a Postgraduate Diploma in Enterprise Management. Thereafter she travelled and worked in the UK for one year.

Kerry’s passion for wildlife and filming, drew her to her next adventure as concession manageress for a safari outfit in the Niassa Reserve, Northern Mozambique. She lived and worked in this remote region for one year before joining the DCVP team. During these years she has had the fortune of working and travelling in various areas of Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Botswana, Tanzania, Zambia, Central African Republic, South Africa, Azerbaijan and Tajikistan.

Kerry became part of the management team for DCVP in mid-2008. Her hobbies include photography, oil painting, and outdoor activities such as hiking, fishing and camping.

Rayno Egner:

Videographer, Editor:

Born on 2nd November 1979 in Durban South Africa, Rayno grew up hunting, fishing and horse riding in the Midlands of Kwa-Zulu Natal on the Ranch’s “Westlands” & “Kusan”. After his schooling in Pietermaritzburg, he studied Agricultural Management at the University of Natal. During this time he also filmed numerous Big 5 hunts all over the continent before obtaining his Professional Hunters & Dangerous Game Licence in 2000.

Rayno has hunted and fished extensively all over Africa including Mozambique, C.A.R, Zambia, Tanzania, Botswana, Zimbabwe & Kenya. This has enabled him to work in some of the most famous reserves and hunting concessions in Africa: the Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater, Luangwa South, The Selous, Bangwelu swamps, and National Geographic’s well known Dzanga-Sanga Bai in C.A.R., where Rayno documented the Western Lowland Gorilla. Rayno’s filming, fishing and hunting travels have taken him beyond Africa to the USA and Mongolia [more].

Rayno is also a professional fly fishing guide, and his hobbies include photography, travel and spear fishing.


Gareth Dimmick

Videographer, Editor:

Born in 1981, Gareth grew up and was educated in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa. He worked in marketing as a graphic designer for a few years prior to becoming a key videographer and editor on the DCVP team in 2009.

Over the past few years, Gareth has gained great experience filming in and around South Africa, Botswana, Zimbabwe and Tanzania. When he is not out in the field, he is editing his and many other videographers’ projects. Gareth is well-known and respected amongst his peers for having the ‘steadiest hand’ whilst filming. His creativity extends beyond the filming and editing spheres – he also has musical talents.

Gareth is the lead guitarist in a local band and spends a lot of his spare time playing in gigs when he is not busy at work. He also enjoys exercising and leading a healthy lifestyle.

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Videographer, Editor:

Nolan has led a very interesting life since completing his high school career in 1997. In addition to studying business and computer programming at University in Pietermaritzburg, Nolan spent a few years travelling the globe as part of the crew on luxury yachts. Based predominantly in Florida USA for the past few years, Nolan has sailed three Atlantic crossings, and has travelled from the Southern tip of Argentina to the East Coast of Canada, as well as around the Mediterranean coast line.

Deciding to return to his home country of South Africa, Nolan joined the DCVP team in 2011 as an editor – his computer skills being a huge advantage. Already experienced in the art of editing, Nolan has integrated into the team quickly and easily.

Nolan’s hobbies include Fly fishing, surfing, scuba diving and mountain biking.

 nick-crausaz-safari-video-film-services-videography-filmers-africa-india-world-wideNicky Crausaz

Videographer, Editor & Marketing:

Nicky was born in 1982 and grew up hunting and fishing in the Umkomaas valley near her home town of Richmond. After her schooling in Pietermaritzburg, she studied sports management.
In 2000, Nicky’s love of hunting and the outdoors drew her to the world of safari filming. For the past 15 years, she has traveled extensively all over Africa including Zambia, Zimbabwe , Botswana, Mozambique, South Africa, Namibia, Tanzania and Kenya.
nick-crausaz-safari-video-film-services-videography-filmers-africa-india-world-wide-south-saThis has enabled her to work in some of the most renowned hunting concessions and reserves in Africa such as the Niassa, the Selous, Serengeti, Luangwa South, the Okavango delta, the Ngorongoro Crater, and many others.

Nicky is a highly experienced big 5 camera person, and a fun person to have in camp. When she isn’t out in the field, she is editing her filming projects or attending marketing trips in the USA.

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Videographer / Editor 

Tito West grew up in San Antonio, Texas, where he was heavily influenced by his ranching family.  His father’s family owned a cattle ranch for many years, and Tito grew up hearing stories of life on the ranch, and the many adventures his father had while traveling as a professional bull rider. It was stories like these that gave Tito his strong sense of adventure and wanderlust.  Having come from a long line of storytellers, it’s no surprise that Tito has chosen to pursue his passion of telling a good story.

Tito graduated from Texas Christian University in 2009 with a degree in Geology, and immediately moved to Africa, where he worked in several South African safari camps, and was employed as safari guide in Botswana.  He was introduced to, and became passionate about film and photography through his experiences in the safari industry.  Over the past 5 years, he has had the experience of working in South Africa, Botswana, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Tanzania, New Zealand, Mexico and the Dominican Republic.
Tito is especially interested in Africa, and credits stories by authors such as Peter Beard and Robert Ruark for sparking his initial fascination with the continent and inspiring him to move there in 2009.  Tito knows first-hand the powerful ways in which stories can influence our lives, which is why he has such a strong passion for the art of visual storytelling through film and photography.

Having befriended our directors on African soil in 2009, Tito has joined the DCVP team to service some of our Northern Hemisphere projects. We are thrilled to have this talented film maker / photographer on board.


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Videographer & Editor

Marius, also known as the “adventure seeker” is the newest member of the DCVP team. Born and raised in Pretoria, Marius attended the prestigious Afrikaans Boys School (AFFIES) and the University of Pretoria where he studied BSc. in Quantity Surveying. From a young age he discovered his roots lay within nature where he spent most of his daylight hours enjoying some epic adventures, white water kayaking and filming.

Marius mastered his “steady hand” while working as a videographer in Zambia, filming white water rafting on the mighty Zambezi river. Documenting punters as they worked their way down the grade 5 rapids, Marius developed great skills in keeping his cool in adrenaline-inducing situations. The last couple of years he has been actively involved in the hunting film industry where his level-headedness, creativity and decision-making skills have been great assets to his passion for filming hunting.

Having a psychologist for a mother and an engineer for a father, Marius finds life interesting in his unique way and is a pleasure to have as company around a camp fire.

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 Videographer, Editor

Born in 1985 in Zimbabwe’s second biggest city Bulawayo, James grew up spending a lot of his childhood in the famous Matopos Hills.
Photography has always been a part of his life with his grandmother, grandfather, father, and two uncles all being professional photographers. Having a bigger interest in the video side, James has always enjoyed filming since a young age.
James has been gaining experience in filming safaris since 2011, traveling to countries such as C.A.R, Tanzania, Zambia, Mozambique, Botswana, Zimbabwe and South Africa. With over 400 days of experience in filming safaris James is a confident videographer who has encountered many different scenarios that one can come across whilst on safari.