Bringing visibility to hidden animals
through compelling photojournalism.
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As the world’s leading animal photojournalism agency, We Animals Media documents how animals are used for human purposes. We work with NGOs, media and advocates to tell animal stories and make change. Learn more about our mission.
Our stock platform offers 20,000+ photos and video clips of animal issues around the globe. Non-commercial (free) and commercial licensing available.
We equip animal advocacy organizations and media outlets with the impactful images necessary for campaigns and animal-focused stories. Our photographers and videographers are available for assignments worldwide. Partner with us for your stories or campaigns, and see examples of our partnerships below.
Together with World Animal Protection Thailand, We Animals Media photojournalists investigated the brutal lives of broiler chickens on industrial farms supplying popular fast-food chains in Thailand.
In late 2022 we visited sub-Saharan Africa in collaboration with an African not-for-profit organization to investigate the growth of industrial animal farming in the region.
An investigation conducted by Act for Farmed Animals and We Animals Media has revealed for the first time how tilapia, catfish and milkfish are farmed, killed and sold in Indonesia.
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Visit our stock platform to explore the latest content in our growing collection of 20,000+ high-quality visuals of animal issues around the globe.
Broiler Farming in Thailand
Dairy Farming in Arizona, USA
Foie Gras Farming in France
In the lead up to COP28, we invite you to share these compelling visuals and connect your community to the stories that matter.
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Our Photography Masterclass
Did you know, when you enrol in our animal photojournalism masterclass, not only are you learning how to hone your photography to benefit animals, you’re also helping to support our work?
Step into the world of animal photojournalism with Jo-Anne McArthur and the We Animals Media Photography Masterclass.
NEWS AND UPDATES
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On November 29, Canada’s House of Commons passed Bill C-275, a federal ag-gag bill that will criminalize the work of animal photojournalists exposing animal abuse on farms.
Previously unpublished records have revealed new evidence on the extent of the European Union’s role in the controversial long distance transport of farmed animals.
Each month throughout 2023 we’ll be publishing a new behind-the-scenes feature for you to learn about the folks at WAM. This month we spoke with our IT and Web Maintenance guru, Stephen Smith.
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