WHAT WE DO

WORKING FOR A WILDER NATURAL WORLd

In short – The Wild Exposures Foundation is Educating, inspiring and changing perspectives via compelling visual films and stories. We work with partners and clients to integrate science with creative communications that informatively inspire. We work with education sectors to develop and supply informative, factual and fun programmes to educate our future generations.

We have a vision for rewildling UK and reintroduction of our native species, meaning we work with local authorities, landowners and conservationists to plan, develop and launch: eco-tourism, rewildling pilot projects, ecology and consultation services.

Visual Media

We specialise in high-quality still images and videos of wildlife, landscapes and land management practices associated with ecological restoration. From a light bulb moment to finished product, we think up fresh ideas, develop scripts, articles and documentary plans, shoot stills/video, design graphics and produce completed projects that inform, educate and inspire.

Our professional team of photographer & filmmakers offer:

  • Bespoke Commissions.
  • Wildlife Photography stock videos & images.
  • Photography Prints for office, home and education.
  • Marketing, Education and Communication design for brochures, leaflets info boards etc.

Education & Learning

Educating our future generations to breed nature lovers, conservationists and ecologists is key to a sustainable wilder UK for years to come. Research shows the beneficial importance of outdoor play & education not just for our living landscapes but also the health and educational development of our children & young adults.

We offer a range of educational and learning services such as:

  • Lesson Planning & Delivery.
  • Presentations & School visits.
  • After School & Community group activities and events.
  • Field Trip & Expedition consultation and leadership.

Rewildling, Ecology & Conservation

Our ‘wilder’ vision sees UK rewild it’s landscapes, utilise our farmlands better via eco-tourism & land management, highlight concerns of habitat loss and reintroduce of our native species. Raising awareness to our authorities, development corporations and landowners is vital for everybody to see the benefits of how rewildling our county will not only improve our wildlife but also our economy and social needs as humans.

We achieve this with several services such as:

  • Ecology surveys and reporting.
  • Wildlife habitat & reintroduction consultation and development.
  • Eco-tourism consultation & planning.
  • Land development & management of rewildling projects.
  • Campaigns for wildlife, such as sustainable nesting and hunting ground development on farmland.
  • Presentations, events and exploration trips to education and inspire UK residents.
  • Be a voice for nature in UK by attending local council meetings, development consultations and generally raising concerns and raising awareness for UK’s shrinking landscapes.