Wildlife-film.com - the international news and information resource for wildlife film makers worldwide with news and directories of producers, festivals, location managers, stock footage, training and freelance personnel.

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Wildlife-film.com is produced by Jason Peters

Jason has been fascinated by wildlife ever since growing up on a farm in Sussex, England. Very early on he developed a deep respect for all that was wild around him but then soon discovered that the natural world was in deep trouble. He studied biological sciences with specialisation in zoology at university in London, gained work experience at the BBC NHU in Bristol and then became involved in various conservation projects around the world... This included working in the rain forests of Northern Vietnam and with cheetahs in Southern Africa. He then went on to study wildlife film-making in Cape Town and following this worked mainly as a researcher before taking over the helm at Wildlife-film.com (his first newsletter was published in August 2011 - #WFN144), where he is very happy working to help the industry through information services and the directories... Ever keen to assist and connect all those involved in the wildlife film-making world!

He is also a co-editor of Wild Pages: The Wildlife Film-makers' Resource Guide with Piers Warren (founder of Wildlife-film.com) and assists Richard Brock at Brockinitiative.org in various ways.

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UK Office address:

58 Vale Road
Haywards Heath
West Sussex
RH16 4JS

For general info' email: info@wildlife-film.com

For membership enquiries email: membership@wildlife-film.com

If you've some news for WFN, or a film to share with us, email: news@wildlife-film.com

Phone: +44 (0)1444 390 790 (UK)

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Jason is passionate about finding solutions to conservation and development issues and believes visual media to be the most effective tool for prompting change. He is the project co-ordinator on the Films That Make a Difference database and is thrilled to be involved in this initiative to catalogue films that have either intended to or already have made a difference, in the hope of inspiring others to do the same!

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