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Telling their stories
Bringing visibility to hidden animals worldwide through compelling photo and videojournalism.
We Animals Media partners with NGOs, journalists, policy-makers, educators and individuals to tell the stories of animals in the human environment — those used for food, fashion, entertainment, work, religion, and experimentation. Our network of photographers and filmmakers are available for assignments worldwide. Learn more about how to work with us here.
AREAS of FOCUS
Factory Farming • Animal Markets • Saleyards and Auctions • Slaughter • Transport
ANIMALS USED FOR FOOD
Aquaculture • Commercial Fishing • Entertainment and Sport • Slaughter and Processing
Poaching • Bear Bile Farming • Sacrifice • Traditional Faith Ceremony
CEREMONY AND RELIGIOUS USE
Activism • Fieldwork • Save Movement
CHANGE & PROGRESS
Animal Fairs • Animal Tourism • Aquariums • Bullfighting • Circus • Greyhound Racing • Rodeos • Working Animals • Zoos
ENTERTAINMENT AND WORK
Environmental Impacts of Farming • Australia Bushfires • Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill • Hurricane Florence • Covid 19
ENVIRONMENT AND CLIMATE CHANGE
Alligator and Crocodile • Fur Farming • Fox and Raccoon Dog • Hunting • Mink • Taxidermy • Wool and Skins
FASHION AND CONSUMER GOODS
Breeding Farms • Educational Institutions • Vivisection Facilities
RESEARCH AND VIVISECTION
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A LOOK AT WHAT WE DO
“This is my world. Join me as I climb transport trucks, and stay quietly and diligently with animals as they go to slaughter. Join me in the dusty roads and at my little hotel room editing desk, as Miguel and I discuss animals, animal photojournalism and, ultimately, kindness.”
Moving Animals is a powerful short film about Jo-Anne McArthur’s documentation of the long-distance transport of animals, shot and produced by filmmaker Miguel Endara.