We are a non-profit comprised of wildlife biologists and filmmakers working to document interactions between wildlife species and human communities in an effort to find an ecological balance point.
The primary purpose of Wild Lens, Inc. is to document declines of wildlife species and expose the causes behind these declines to the general public. Both small and large scale video production projects are used to document work that is being done by wildlife biologists worldwide. The perspectives of the biologists themselves serve as the primary vehicle for delivering coherent and compelling scientific research that leads to the discovery of underlying causes for species declines.
Wild Lens is composed of both video professionals and wildlife biologists and is in position to conduct scientific research on understudied species. Goals for scientific research projects that are undertaken go beyond publishing in scientific journals. Documentary storytelling is used to explain the issues behind the research being conducted. It is the hope of the organization that by presenting biological fact in an exciting and accessible way, we can broaden the public interest in environmental and wildlife conservation – one species at a time.