News & Updates
We Animals Media photojournalist S. Chakrabarti recently documented India’s fishing and aquaculture industry – with a specific focus on shrimp production, one of the country’s main seafood exports.
This month, We Animals Media photojournalists Nikki Ritcher and Alex Akamine were on the ground in the Northern California flood zones documenting the impact on farmed animals.
We sat down with the filmmaker-photographer duo behind our new documentary to find out what inspired them to create this short film and their hopes for it out in the world.
Animal photojournalism is growing. Watch our 2022 Year in Review video to see what we’ve built and achieved this past year and where we’re headed in 2023.
Indonesia’s unique marine habitat is home to 20 percent of the world’s shark and ray species—many of which are endangered. In November, our photojournalist Resha Juhari documented the slaughter and sale of these majestic creatures at Indonesia’s traditional markets.
What happens when farmers have a change of heart? Join us for the online premiere of our new short film ‘Transfarmation’.
We sat down with animal photojournalist Havva Zorlu to learn about her journey towards animal photojournalism, her thought-provoking visuals, and her recent assignment with We Animals Media.
Read what Seb Alex had to say about his Animal Photojournalism Fellowship experience and view a selection of visuals from his portfolio.
46,000,000. This is the number of turkeys that Americans will slaughter to eat and give thanks this Thanksgiving. Use these images and video clips to inspire compassionate choices this holiday season.
On October 20-23, some of the We Animals Media team attended the inaugural Animal and Vegan Advocacy Summit in Washington DC, US.