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I've had a profound realization that the degradation of our natural world aligns with a widespread disconnection from wildlife in our society. And this disconnect isn't good for any of us or the living beings on Earth. It's become clear that various factors contribute to this issue, such as limited access to wildlife, habitat loss, and the privatization of land.

While I've found ways to address this, like through my filmmaking, it's essential that we take action based on what we learn. History has taught us that creating a mass societal movement is crucial to challenging these problems and achieving the necessary change.

From the beginning, and still today, I've been deeply engaged in wildlife conservation as a vital means of protecting our biodiversity. While it's true that laying the groundwork for conservation is necessary, we must also question the system we operate in and the way we live as a society. Sometimes, when a woodland faces the threat of the chainsaw or legislation jeopardizes our wildlife, a mass movement becomes essential for driving institutional, societal, and political change.

Biodiversity is hanging in the balance, and throughout my career, I've come to accept that making a significant impact requires creating a lot of noise. It's going to take a collective effort to bring about the positive change our wildlife desperately needs. Together, we can make a difference.

My LOve For WildliFE:
Moths, Butterflies & BIRDS

From an early age, I've had a deep-rooted passion for the natural world, especially insects and birds. Growing up in Essex, along the Thames which was very urban and industrailsied, meant the wildlife that graced my doorstep played a pivotal role in shaping my profound connection to nature. During garden renovations, especially in the spring, I eagerly took on the responsibility of caring for pupae unearthed from the lawn or butterfly caterpillars joyously feasting on my mother's petunias. Witnessing their miraculous transformation into captivating hawk moths and exquisite butterflies forever altered my perspective on the natural world that embraced me. Additionally, house martins nested on the eves of our house, of which would migrate all the way from Africa. This further opened my eyes to the countless species that I was enveloped by.

In 2016, an opportunity arose to collaborate with the Wildlife Trusts, focusing on the conservation of the rare Heath Fritillary butterfly. This experience ignited my desire to communicate the marvels of wildlife to a broader audience.

Reflecting on my childhood experiences, I realized that creatures like these could serve as a gateway for people to engage with wildlife. In a world increasingly detached from nature, discovering animals right on one's doorstep provides an accessible and convenient way for individuals to observe and develop a deep appreciation for the wonders of nature. Their captivating beauty, harmless nature, and the potential for close encounters make them both enticing and approachable.