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VIDEOGRAPHERS

 

ADAM J. RICHMAN

Survival Media Videographer
A born-again-activist, Adam awoke to the injustices plaguing our shared humanity only recently. From a young age, he realized the tremendous power of influence the language of film carries and was instinctually drawn to it. After a steady ascent towards awareness, he now intends to focus his craft on focusing the crowd – shining a light on the conscious creators, innovators, and saviours of our world.
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ANKUR SINGH

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Ankur Singh is a college student just starting to use his passion of film for movement videography to put a human face on often dehumanizing issues. After taking several trips to India to visit family while growing up, he witnessed first hand horrific poverty and decided to dedicate his life to social justice. He first foray into activism was with the Occupy movement during his senior year of high school.
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BRANDON HILL

Survival Media Videographer
Brandon Hill is an explorer of multi-media storytelling. His photography, videography and graphic designs have been used widely to document and amplify actions, mobilizations and campaigns from across Washington D.C. and West Virginia to Oakland,California, Malaysian Borneo and now South-Central Alaska.
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BUNKER SEYFERT

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Bunker is a documentary cinematographer who has been focusing on the climate change movement for over five years. Starting with subsequent annual United Nations climate change conferences in Mexico and South Africa, he has traveled globally to support the movement. Most recently he traveled across the United States documenting extreme energy extraction in West Virginia and Texas, along with community solutions to combat the fossil fuel industry. Meeting frontline communities affected by climate change, Bunker gained greater understanding of the severity of this pressing issue and the importance of media in sharing these stories.
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CLÉMENT GUERRA

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Clement Guerra completed his Master’s Degree in Sociology of Organizations and Business Strategy in 2004. Ever since, he has been travelling all over Europe, working as an International Marketing Consultant Manager as well as a professional photographer and filmmaker (Germany, Austria, Ireland, England, France). He has also helped many companies launch effective social-media campaigns in order to increase companies’ visibility. He speaks 4 languages fluently (working level): French, English, German and Spanish.
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DAVID GAWITH

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David Gawith is a PhD candidate at the University of Cambridge working on understanding the behavioural barriers to climate change adaptation in agriculture. His work to date has been driven by a desire to understand the implications of climate change in order to address them effectively. His academic interests are interdisciplinary and range from economics to development studies to earth systems sciences. Before starting his PhD, he conducted research into the impacts of climate change on water availability in southern New Zealand, the determinants of water stress vulnerability among rural communities in Nepal, and the economics of ecosystem-based adaptation to climate risks in Fiji.
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EKTA JAJU

Survival Media Videographer
Ekta Jaju is a Social Entrepreneur, Documentary Film Maker, Organic Farmer and an Environmentalist. She is a Co-Founder at Switch ON – ONergy, a hybrid social enterprise providing clean energy solutions to underprivileged households and institutions.
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ERIN WHITSON

Survival Media Videographer
Erin Whitson is a freelance filmmaker currently living and working in Brooklyn, NY. Her work is typically focused on documentary storytelling, with a particular interest in the environment and social justice. She loves conceptualizing new and interesting ways to tell unique stories, whether they are personal or for marketing purposes.
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GRETCHEN SIEGCHRIST

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Gretchen is a filmmaker with a passion for telling stories about sustainability and climate change. She’s been making movies professionally since 2003, and works primarily with organizations who want to communicate about the positive social actions they’re taking. She also produces documentary films about topics such as local food and farmland conservation. Gretchen believes that video storytelling has a special power to get people to see things differently and change their actions, and she uses her work to inspire viewers to take positive steps to create a better world.
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HEATHER CRAIG

Survival Media Videographer
Heather Craig is a believer that everyone’s passion and skill set should be used to leave the world a better place than when they found it. Heather’s personal strength is capturing images in an honest and impactful way. Instead of using the camera as barrier between her and the subject matter, she uses it to connect to the world around her. She is very connected to protecting the environment and being part of a cleaner, brighter and more equal future. Heather Craig is a professional cinematographer as well as a photographer.
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HELENA GONZALEZ MARTINEZ

Survival Media Videographer
Helena Gonzalez is a videographer and producer recently relocated here from Mallorca, Spain. She grew up in a natural UNESCO World Heritage Site and has always been an active member of the environmentalist community protecting a land threatened by predatory development. With a background in philosophy, education and cultural management, Helena has a critical eye that turned her towards advocacy and media arts.
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JAKE SCHONEKER

Survival Media Videographer
Jake Schoneker is a video journalist, educator and multimedia storyteller based in Oakland, CA. His video work has appeared on the PBS NewsHour, the AFP, and the Washington Post, among other outlets. He serves as Program Director at the Media Enterprise Alliance at KDOL-TV, where he works with Oakland youth to create films and media that aims to inspire the next generation of leaders and change makers.
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JEHAD SAFTAWI

Survival Media Videographer
Jehad Saftawni is a photographer and videographer from Gaza, Palestine. His work humanizes the issues that many Palestinians in Gaza face in ways that foreign journalists have only been able to attempt.
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KAY CUAJUNCO

Survival Media Videographer
Kay Cuajunco is an activist, educator, and filmmaker based in Oakland, CA. She is passionate about digital storytelling that amplifies the voices of communities on the frontline of struggles for environmental justice. Her work focuses on the intersections of food justice and climate justice as well as migrant and workers rights.
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OLIVIA ABTAHI

Survival Media Videographer
Olivia Abtahi is a writer and filmmaker based in Denver, Colorado. After graduating from NYU film school, Olivia received her masters in creative technology from VCU Brandcenter, an advertising program that pioneers new forms of storytelling.
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RITU BHARDWAJ

Survival Media Videographer
Ritu is a documentary filmmaker based in New Delhi, India. Independently as well as part of a team, Ritu has worked on documentaries and television programs addressing issues like farmer deaths in India, child labor, access to justice, importance of mason training and several features on environment sustainability. Her films have been screened at various national and international film festivals.
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SAM FULLBRIGHT

Survival Media Videographer
Sam Fulbright is a freelance filmmaker from Chattanooga, TN. He grew up kayaking in the mountains of Tennessee and North Carolina. Sam spent his time whitewater kayaking around the world competing and filming in China, Chile, Costa Rica, and the United States. Kayaking sparked Sam’s interest in both film and environmentalism. He took part in his first film project at age seventeen titled Facing East, a film about the damming on the Yangtze River in China.
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