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 25,000+ photos and video clips of animal issues around the globe. Non-commercial (free) and commercial licensing available.
Havva Zorlu’s Animal Photojournalism
Join us on this poignant visual journey and bear witness to the untold stories of animals in Türkiye that Havva uncovered during her Fellowship.
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.
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Havva Zorlu’s Fellowship
Faces of Farming
The Future of Food
Animal Farming in South America
HIDDEN: Animals in the Anthropocene
We Animals Media’s publication, HIDDEN: Animals in the Anthropocene (2020) is an unflinching book of photography documenting our relationship with non-human animals in the 21st century.
Available in hard cover and e-book formats.
Find out more about this award-winning book, its photojournalists, and upcoming exhibitions.
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We’ve compiled our top visual picks for you to use to continue the dialogue about veganism beyond Veganuary. We’ll tell you how to best use them and where you can download these visuals for free.
Meet some of the wonderful individuals behind We Animals Media in our Meet the Team Q&A series. This month we spoke with our Fundraising Manager, Jennifer Auten.
India is considered the world's largest producer of milk and is home to more than 300 million cattle and buffaloes. In collaboration with FIAPO, We Animals Media photojournalist Sudip Maiti documented common practices on dairy farms in northeastern India.
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