Dale is much in demand as an after-dinner, corporate and motivational speaker where she is able to draw on an extraordinary career spent in Earth’s wild places to talk about human endeavour and endurance and the planet’s inspirational wonders. Her travel writing sees her making regular contributions to The Daily Telegraph newspaper and National Geographic Traveller as well as many other publications. She is co-author of the Human Planet book.
Journalism-trained, Dale spent 22 years working for BBC TV across a range of departments including: science, natural history, documentaries, popular factual, and current affairs. Dale has worked in formats, structured docs, obs docs, magazines, drama recon and live events working with a range of budgets. She’s worked with many on-screen presenters including new talent. Dale is used to managing complex multi-camera productions with large teams and has been responsible for creating many new series from specialist factual blue-chip documentaries to popular factual and factual entertainment shows. She has filmed in more than 60 countries and in all environments including jungles, deserts, Arctic/Antarctica, mountains, oceans and hostile environments.
Dale has recently been working as the freelance Executive Producer of Bear Grylls: Mission Survive``, Britain’s Biggest Adventures with Bear Grylls (ITV1). She series-produced ``Bear Grylls’ Wild Weekends (with Miranda Hart & Jonathan Ross) (Channel 4), “Chris Tarrant’s Extreme Railways” (Five) and “Extreme Endurance: Race to the Pole” (Five).
Dale is Managing Director of One Tribe TV.
Owen began his career at Channel Four News before moving to BBC News, working on Breakfast and Newsnight. In BBC Features he was the Editor of Watchdog, Crimewatch, Holiday (BBC1), Homefront (BBC2) and many more. As Executive Producer he was part of the team that brought RHS Chelsea Flower Show coverage back to the BBC. He created many BBC popular formats including Departure Lounge, The Flying Gardener, Holiday Hit Squad and Charlie’s Garden Army. His long-form documentary credits range from Cold Case (BBC1) and Million Dollar Moon Rock Heist (NatGeo, RTS Best International Documentary) to Fame: Remember My Name? (BBC1). As Commissioning Editor he was instrumental in the launch of The ONE Show.
In 2010 he left the BBC to work as Head of Popular Factual for Icon Films where his credits include: Sleepover at the Zoo (BBC4), Seven Days that Made the Fuhrer (Five), Secret Histories (Ch4), Betty White Goes Wild (NatGeo Wild), Animal Airport (Animal Planet), Secrets of Dead: Ben Franklin’s Bones (WNET/PBS).
Owen became Creative Director of One Tribe TV in February 2015.
After 10 years working in corporate entertainment and branded content, Aisling returned to broadcast tv to produce the initial 3 series of The Only Way is Essex, and then began a successful career working as development producer with a number of companies, including Optomen, Objective, Waddell Media, Channel 5 and BBC.
Previous credits include: Bear Grylls’ Mission Survive (ITV); Seaside Rescue (BBC1); Bear Grylls Man V Wild (Channel 4) and DIY SOS (BBC1). He has worked with the BBC, ITV, Channel 4 and Discovery.
In addition to TV production, Luke also works in commercial media both for One Tribe Films and as a director of his own online/TV production company, making content for agencies based in Soho, London and others in South West England. Campaigns include work for Mercedes Benz, the NHS, and the World Society for the Protection of Animals.
Before joining One Tribe she was a runner in live programming at ITV and also worked in pre-production research and development across a range of projects. Jessie studied at the University of West London and has a BA (Hons) degree in Television and Radio Broadcasting.
Jessie has PC-ed both series of 'Extreme Wales with Richard Parks', 'Richard Parks on Everest', and most recently the 2018/2019 ONE Show films, as well as working on various other co-productions, corporate projects and taster shoots for One Tribe TV both in the UK and abroad.
Hailing from the rural county of Suffolk, Lewis is no stranger to the outdoors. He enjoys keeping active with a plethora of outdoor activities and he’s been a keen cyclist for as long as he can remember, even cycling to Amsterdam in 2008 for charity. A keen traveller, he has yet to find anywhere that has impressed him more than the Scottish Highlands.
Kate comes from rural Perthshire but studied for a first class degree in English Language at Glasgow University, where she also made documentaries for student radio. Her interest in people and places has taken her around the world, from remote North-East India to the Andes.
With ambitions to become a camera operator, Cameron is no stranger to looking through a lens: he’s an amateur photographer, keen astronomer and enthusiastic bird watcher (his favourite bird is the Goldfinch).
Alongside her degree, she ran two theatre societies and directed and produced multiple touring theatre productions. She regularly presented for the student television station, covering events such as the General Election and Fresher’s Week which was shortlisted for a National Student Television Award.
Lara also enjoys travelling, screenwriting, and running her own theatre company.
While Chloe is a Welsh Valleys-girl at heart, she now lives in Cardiff, regularly going to music and comedy gigs.
Whilst living in London, Mimi worked for Boundless Productions on the BBC One science/factual series Cats V Dogs and at Directors Cut, running for the edit suites.
Outside of One Tribe, Mimi is studying for her BA Hons at the University of Exeter where she recently directed a production of ‘BU21’ by Stuart Slade at the Thornlea Studios. She also received a Foundation Degree in Acting at the East 15 Drama School in London in 2017.
Alongside television and theatre, Mimi’s other passion is travel, which has taken her through 6 continents and most recently on a one month adventure to Sumatra.
Alex loves the outdoors, especially the ocean, and spends most of her time either, walking, horse riding or taking photographs of animals around South Wales.
Francesca first started with One Tribe TV as a runner, before progressing to Production Assistant and Personal Assistant to Dale Templar and Owen Gay.
Outside of work, Francesca loves going to music festivals and travelling. Francesca’s favourite places to which she’s travelled are San Francisco and Rome.
Over the last two years Jack travelled across the UK working on DIY SOS, coordinating hundreds of contributors
and overseeing the logistics for each project, including the 2017 Million Pound Children in Need Build.
He graduated from The University of Nottingham in 2013, after producing a 30-minute film about the working lives of those who manage the natural environment in Royal Deeside, North East Scotland.
In his spare time Jack can be found outdoors, whether it’s playing rugby, flying his drone or hiking
Previous credits include: Gold Rush, World’s Toughest Drive, Crimewatch, A Matter Of life and Debt.
Jonathon has been making short films since the age of 9, always having wanted to work in TV. He is also a keen photographer. Jonathon met Dale when she watched his 30-minute documentary exploring ‘The Rise of Atheism in Today’s Youth’ – a production he made independently when he was just 17.
Jonathon likes to travel, visiting most of Europe, Southern Africa and most of South America in the last few years. Highlights have included Iceland, Turkey and Namibia.
Jonathon has been the principal camera operator on One Tribe’s upcoming BBC1 The Truth About…particularly enjoying alligator wrestling with Angela Rippon in the swamps on the Louisiana/Texas border. He worked on both series of Extreme Wales with Richard Parks, regularly shoots One Show segments and was also main camera on One Tribe’s Civilisations Stories: The Remains of Slavery.
His experience ranges from being part of a 70-strong production for primetime entertainment series to managing small, entirely self-sufficient teams in some of the most remote and hostile corners of the World. He’s worked without power, accommodation or drinking water on expeditions in the jungles of Guyana, outback Australia, British Columbia and the Kamchatka peninsula in Eastern Russia. He has lived and worked in SE Asia, spent months shooting in the jungles of South America and braved the cold and altitude of Antarctica and Kilimanjaro.
A background in white-water kayaking and the outdoors plays a large part in this success. Rob loves filming in and around water and has excellent water safety, Media Diving HSE, Hostile Environment and trauma first-aid training.
His camera is never far from the action whether running alongside extreme endurance athletes, hanging from cliffs and helicopters or swimming alongside predatory fish as big as himself. Personable and relaxed Rob is always listening out for great content and building strong relationships with talent and contributors, as well keeping an eye out for the next great shot. He was principal camera on both series of Extreme Wales.
Recent credits include: Bear Grylls’ Mission Survive (ITV); World’s Toughest Army (BBC); Monster Fish (Nat Geo Wild US); Britain’s Biggest Adventures with Bear Grylls (ITV) and Xtreme Endurance: Race to the Pole (Ch 5). Rob has also had stills published in National Geographic Magazine.
David has worked on a wide variety of programme genres from adventure documentaries to game shows. Regardless of the material and concept, David always seeks to craft the best product possible. With a keen interest in all things factual - moulding and shaping a story is his absolute passion. He also enjoys grading and mixing.
When he does get to leave his darkened edit cave, David visits as much of the outdoor world as possible. His recommends: South Africa's Table Mountain, Hungary's Memento Park and Pha That Luang Temple in Laos.
Sam regularly spends time outside whether it’s camping with friends or just going for a run. He’s worked as a lifeguard in America during his university summer months of University and visited most of Europe whilst inter-railing.
Having travelled through Europe, visiting countries like Slovenia, Switzerland and Italy, filming his own experiences while doing so, he's no stranger to the outdoors and is always on the look-out for his next challenge.
He hopes one day to become a camera operator in the industry.