We are thrilled to announce the launch of our Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign for our forthcoming book, HIDDEN: Animals in the Anthropocene. HIDDEN is an unflinching book of photography about our conflict with non-human animals around the globe, as depicted through the lenses of thirty award-winning photojournalists.
We Animals Media worked with George Monbiot and BAFTA award-winning filmmaker Alex Lockwood to create a short film on our mutual goals of raising awareness for animal advocacy and our current climate crisis.
As we experience the fear and dislocation COVID-19 is spreading, we wonder: could this terrible reality allow us, in time, to rethink the terms of our relationship with the natural world?
The sound of a pig at a slaughterhouse is somewhere between a scream and a roar. Whirring industrial fans, beeping machinery, and shouting workers add to the hellish chaos.
In recent months following the outbreak of Coronavirus (COVID-19), the world has been introduced to “wet markets”. They are places common across Asia for all things perishable, such as fruits, vegetables, and – most notably – animals, dead or alive.
A billion animals is not a billion animals. A billion animals is one individual, and then another, and then another, and again another. In fire-ravaged Australia these last several months, they are the kangaroo succumbing to billowing flames and smoke.
Since joining We Animals Media, Chris has been an integral part of numerous photo and film projects, and we look forward to sharing more of his documentary work on our platform.
In the media coverage of the Australian bushfires, which have so far burned 10 million hectares of land, few headlines have mentioned the suffering and deaths of cows, sheep and other farmed animals.
This summer, Australia’s unprecedented bushfires have given rise to seemingly unprecedented goodwill. There is no shortage of experts or funding, so where are we falling short?
Timo Stammberger is a professional documentary photographer who hopes to raise awareness for those whose voices go unheard.