2016 Year in Review

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What a year it has been! Reviewing footage and photographs we feel so grateful – we have met remarkable people, worked alongside them to create content with purpose and made personal discoveries.

Thank you for all your support and for working with us.

Some highlights in photos from 2016

United for Wildlife | We traveled to Ol Pejeta on assignment for United for Wildlife documenting the last three northern white rhino and incredible work being done here in northern Kenya.

Also on assignment for United for Wildlife this year we visited the Southern African Wildlife College just outside Kruger National Park and documented the work they are doing here and the various courses they offer. These films will be released soon.


The Royal Portfolio | The development of the new Silo building in Cape Town that will form part of The Royal Portfolio.
Visit to Royal Malewane in January 2016.
Empowers Africa | Our trip with Empowers Africa documenting work being done by Wildlands, The Inzalo Community Project and the Black Mamba Anti-Poaching Unit.

We visited Care for Wild on assignment for Empowers Africa. A rhino orphanage that has done incredibly well in responding to the poaching crisis and caring for so many rhino orphans.

Filming the amazing Lalela Project in Imizamo Yethu in Cape Town on assignment for Empowers Africa. This organization provides art education to at-risk youth and meeting these incredible kids was a huge highlight for us!

Sanctuary Retreats | On shoot at Sanctuary Retreat’s Chief’s Camp in the Okavango Delta. Filming Africa’s ‘miracle delta’ and experiencing the wildlife here was unforgettable.


Sconetent | Filming a campaign for TomTom’s new watch in and around Cape Town.

Singita | One of our last trips this year was to Singita Serengeti. A real highlight being in this incredible part of Africa – we documented the conservation success story here, as well as other elements, and can’t wait to share all the footage.
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