Planetary health begins with conscientious, empowered communities. Through media creation we work to conserve our most biologically diverse global ecosystems through programs that educate, empower and promote sustainable alternative livelihoods.
We can no longer afford to be ignorant of our responsibility to address the issues we face as finite natural resources diminish and natural systems fail due to unsustainable practices. Awareness leads to comprehensive solutions for conserving our ecosystems.
We create story-telling media that share the story of our planet's most threatened ecosystems and invaluable inhabitants. Media campaigns are focused on building a global awareness of wildlife threatened with extinction and solution-oriented action plans.
Successfully plan, develop, implement, and then evaluate media communication programs that provide training and empowerment-building activities that enable the target population to embrace campaign goals.
Bringing a fresh approach to creating engaging media that resonates with audiences and inspires action with the goal of making a catalyst for today’s conversation about the plight of endangered wildlife.
From small-scale film screenings to international festivals, effectively produce impactful events that are executed with confidence. Well versed in managing the many details of a campaign to a fluid and concise message across multiple media channels.
Formally trained in wildlife science and photojournalism, Jocelyn Stokes has dedicated her storytelling craft to the production of films that promote our global stewardship of the natural world. Her films share the comprehensive realties of environmental conservation with a focus on the hopeful and visionary efforts of those leading the most sustainable models of conservation today.
As a filmmaker Stokes has contributed to National Geographic, the BBC, Mongabay.com, The United States Embassy of Malaysia, Health in Harmony, Common Seas, Bornean Sun Bear Conservation Centre, Raleigh International, Bear Trust International, Sabah Wildlife Department, Future Alam Borneo and Borneo Futures.
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