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WorkCabin Creative specializes in a niche it knows well. Very well. Nature and conservation full-time filmmaking is what we do. We don't do weddings. We don't do real estate. And we're not video generalists. That's jargon for those videographers who literally make videos about anything and anyone who comes calling. WorkCabin Creative is about more. It's about having a genuine connection to conservation and our conservation clients. It's about walking the talk and knowing the language of what we do for, and with our conservation clients. Our difference is why leading conservation organizations choose u
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Ethics

We believe that ethics should embody the core of our everyday work in conservation
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Ethical visual storytelling matters.
WorkCabin Creative embraces the responsibility that comes with telling conservation stories
WorkCabin Creative is committed to ethical practices in our filmmaking and photography conservation work. I also believe it's about more than just words on paper or on a web page. I believe ethics should embody the core of my everyday work in the field. Ethics considerations are central to every project that I undertake. Respect and safety is paramount. Both for humans, wildlife and nature. I prioritize having a healthy and mutually beneficial relationship with conservation clients, and being always transparent. In the field I respect the wild places where wildlife lives, and where they nest and den. I strive to learn animal behaviours and patterns so as not to interfere with animal life cycles. When I am working in the wild, I treat the spaces as if I'm present as guests of the animals, plants and trees.

– Gregg McLachlan, founder and environmental filmmaker, WorkCabin Creative

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