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Jeremy Roberts, Senior Producer Jeremy, the founder of Conservation Media, is an avid filmmaker, biologist, and photographer. He holds a BS in Wildlife Biology and an MFA in Science & Natural History Filmmaking. In 2010, his graduate thesis film won a CINE Golden Eagle and a College EMMY from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. He is a professor at the University of Montana and Co-President of the Board of Directors for Filmmakers for Conservation.

As a biologist, he has worked with everything from wolverines to hummingbirds. His footage and photography have appeared in productions for National Geographic, the EPA, The Wolverine Foundation, Sonoran Institute, Audubon, Montana Outdoors, the National Wildlife Refuge System, and others.

His unique education, combined with more than a decade of experience in biology and conservation, makes for a skilled visual and narrative interpretation of science and natural history subjects.

You can view his LinkedIn profile and read recommendations here.

Owner/Producer at Conservation Media
Missoula, Montana Area | Media Production

I am a digital storyteller formally trained in conservation science and filmmaking.

I craft multi-media content for clients all over the American West. If you want to learn more, go to

I also serve on the Board of Directors for Filmmakers for Conservation.

Montana State University-Bozeman (2005 - 2009)
MFA, Science & Natural History Filmmaking
The University of Montana (1998 - 2003)
BS, Wildlife Biology (Honors)
Activities and societies: Morris K. Udall Scholar Barry M. Goldwater Scholar

Graduated from Wildlife Honors Program

Jeremy is a first-rate naturalist. He has a real knack for communicating scientific principles and conveying his enthusiasm for learning about the natural world. Highly recommended!
Jeremy Roberts is a clever and talented young filmmaker. A thoughtful naturalist who combines excellent field craft, keen observational skills with a gifted eye. Jeremy can deliver - his projects stand out, garnering awards and industry recognition. I'm confident this success will continue. I highly endorse him without reservation.
I highly recommend Jeremy Roberts. He's recently made a daring journey into the land of small niche production companies and founded Conservation Media, a green production company that produces conservation-based web content for nonprofits and others. This is just the kind of entrepreneurial initiative I'd like to see a lot more of among environmental and wildlife filmmakers, and I commend Jeremy for his pioneering spirit.
Jeremy is a fantastic filmmaker with a really outstanding combination of pitch perfect instincts and technical know-how. He is also full of great ideas, innovative in finding solutions to challenges, and strong on planning and organization. I would recommend him to anyone looking for a service provider in any -- or every -- area of production.
Jeremy is a excellent example of a talented, committed film maker. His hard work ethic and creative input make him a wonderful choice as someone to lead a project. He is a pleasure to have on a team and I look forward to following his successes.
In addition to Jeremy's writing and filmmaking prowess, he has impeccable aesthetic sensibilities, allowing him to creatively--but always appropriately--integrate information with beauty, in service of his client's interests. Jeremy's broad knowledge, subtle wit, and utter dependability combine to make him a perfect collaborator--always a huge pleasure to work with.
Jeremy is a talented, dedicated and knowledgable naturalist whose filmmaking skills and biological background combine to allow him to produce effective and interesting media that helps to promote the understanding of our fragile world. Jeremy's work inspires others to learn more and help protect our natural resources.
Jeremy Roberts has a keen eye for detail and a wide-ranging creativity. He is one of the best field naturalists I've worked with, and his talents truly shine in his creative media work and nature film-making. He is passionately dedicated to creative solutions for nature conservation, and to communicating that passion through compelling imagery and story.
Jeremy has just completed a 9-minute video for Montana Audubon on the Important Bird Areas of Madison Valley (MT). This video is beautifully illustrated, and the narration flows extremely well and is highly informative. The final product is top-flight and very professional -- I am absolutely thrilled with Jeremy's product!
As part of his degree requirements, Jeremy assembled a movie (DVD format) detailing wildlife and management challenges of Lee Metcalf National Wildlife Refuge...he did a super job.

Elliott Kenerson, Associate Producer
Elliott lived in New York, where he worked as an interactive producer, video editor, independent film cinematographer, and journalist at The New York Times, Vivendi Universal, The Village Voice, Rapp Collins Worldwide, and the legendary Internet broadcaster Pseudo Programs. He holds a B.A. from Yale in archaeology and an M.F.A. in science filmmaking from Montana State University. His independent films have been acclaimed and screened at the International Wildlife Film Festival, Element Film Festival, Estes Park Film Festival, Rural Route Film Festival, the Boston Institute of Contemporary Art, and on Montana PBS and KQED. Elliott is a 2007 Science Journalism Fellow at the University of Rhode Island’s Metcalf Institute and member of the Society of Environmental Journalists. Most recently, he has worked as a producer on CBS’s 48 Hours.

Owner/Producer at Conservation Media
I am a digital storyteller formally trained in conservation science and filmmaking.

I craft multi-media content for clients all over the American West. If you want to learn more, go to

I also serve on the Board of Directors for Filmmakers for Conservation.