Charles Dymock

Producer, Digital

Charles Dymock is a producer at South Carolina ETV in Columbia, SC. He joined the company in 2018 after graduating from the University of South Carolina with a Bachelor of Arts degree. Dymock is known for his work on the programs "From the Sky" and "What's Wild", where he showcases the beauty of nature and other marvels of the Palmetto State. He is highly skilled in capturing breathtaking footage and has a passion for educating audiences about wildlife and conservation. Charles is an integral part of the South Carolina ETV team and continues to produce impactful and captivating content.

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Charles Dymock


  • Turkey Vultures | What's Wild

    One of twenty-six North American raptors, turkey vultures are scavengers that can be found in almost any habitat, from coasts to deserts to plains. Learn about the misunderstood Turkey Vulture, their necessary role in ecosystems, and man-made threats they face, like car...
  • Mushrooms | What's Wild

    Journey into the hidden realms of South Carolina's diverse landscapes, where a kingdom of life exists in the form of fungi. Delve into the vital role mushrooms play in maintaining the ecological balance, from their decomposition powers that enrich the soil to their symbiotic...
  • Ants | What's Wild

    Ants are some of the most fascinating and complex insects in the world. These tiny creatures are known for their remarkable social behavior and their ability to build intricate underground colonies. In South Carolina ecosystems, ants play a key role in maintaining a healthy...
  • Gopher Tortoise | What's Wild

    Getting their name from their burrowing behavior, gopher tortoises play a vital role as a keystone species in the sandhills ecosystem they call home. It’s here that we will see why these creatures have one the “dirtiest job” and explore the impact of significant habitat loss...
  • Slithering back into the wild | What's Wild interviews

    At a zoo you’d expect to primarily see animals from around the world but as it turns out, there are a few local residents on display. One of these native species to South Carolina, the Pine Snake, lives in a unique habitat that Riverbanks Zoo is returning them to. #WhatsWild...
  • What's growing at Riverbanks Botanical Gardens | What's Wild interviews

    Just across the Saluda River, the zoo offers another experience for visitors at Riverbanks Botanical Gardens. Their lead horticulturist explains how plants play a major role at the zoo and in the wild. For more What's Wild, visit