Accurately communicating who you are and what you do as a conservation professional is important. It helps to explain what science is, how you apply it, and what you do with the data. While we know most of your time is spent behind a computer, we also know that time in the field is what you live for. It’s why you got into the work in the first place, so let Conservation Media showcase your field work for you. Whether it’s trapping and collaring grizzly bears or wolverines, catching sage-grouse or rare black-footed ferrets, Conservation Media can get into those remote locations with you. We know how to stay out of the way, yet capture conservation science in action.

What you see below is a tiny fraction of all that we are capable of capturing in still images.

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 and beyond, including international non-profits, federal government, and conservation scientists and their projects. Past clients include The Nature Conservancy, World Wildlife Fund, Audubon, US Fish & Wildlife Service, National Wildlife Federation, and many, many more.

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