A renowned wildlife presenter from Vets in the Wild, Countryfile and Orangutan Diaries and hugely popular after dinner and motivational speaker.
Steve is a renowned wildlife presenter. Having made his name as a TV-vet when cameras followed his training for the series Vet School, and then his professional progress in Vets in Practice and Vets in the Wild, Steve has gone on to present several major wildlife series for the BBC including Steve Leonard's Ultimate Killers, Steve Leonard's Extreme Animals, Animal Camera, Journey of Life and Incredible Animal Journeys.
Steve's series with Kate Humble for the BBC - Hottest Place on Earth -and the second series of BBC's Orangutan Diaries with Michaela Strachan were broadcast early this year.
Steve is a hugely popular after-dinner and motivational speaker and his series of talks for the National Geographical Society were a national success.
He is patron and speaker for the PDSA, Borneo Orangutan Survival International and the International Fund for Animal Welfare. Steve also still manages to run a successful family veterinary practice with his brother Tom.
Steve is a well-known wildlife broadcaster and is often described as "TV's best-loved vet". He is a witty and hugely popular public and motivational speaker, making regular presentations and personal appearances at natural history festivals, corporate launches, charity lunches and dinners, as well as for educational organisations.
Steve has made several major series for BBC TV including Steve Leonard's Ultimate Killers, Steve Leonard's Extreme Animals, Animal Camera and Journey of Life. His most recent success is BBC1's Orangutan Diaries (now in preparation for its second series). Steve made his name as a TV-vet when cameras followed his training for the popular series Vet School and then later for Vets in Practice and Vets in the Wild.
TV work has made Steve famous as not only one of the country's leading vets, but as an enthusiastic, empathetic and inspirational communicator. His adventures to far-flung places in extreme conditions, alongside his enlightening experiences of animals facing adversity, ensure his presentations inspire and awe his audience.
Steve's series of talks for the National Geographical Society have been a national sell-out success. He is a patron and speaker for the PDSA, Borneo Orangutan Survival International and the International Fund for Animal Welfare.
He is regularly asked to make presentations for zoological societies and universities, as well as for commercial veterinary and wildlife-related companies.