WorkCabin Creative is about having a genuine connection to conservation and our conservation clients. It's about walking the talk and understanding the language of what we film and produce for organizations big and small. WorkCabin Creative's difference is why leading conservation organizations choose WorkCabin Creative, Ontario, Canada's Conservation Media House.
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When I am working in the wild, I treat the spaces as if I'm present as guests of the animals, plants and trees
WorkCabin Creative embraces the responsibility that comes with telling conservation stories
Environmental and conservation videos are an important means of educating and enthusing people about nature, research, protection and restoration. However, it is essential that videos are made responsibly. As a conservation filmmaker, I am committed to ethical practices in my filmmaking and photography conservation work. Respect and safety for all is paramount. For humans, wildlife and nature. I prioritize having a healthy and mutually beneficial relationship with all participants before, during and after filming. In the field I respect the wild places where wildlife lives, and always seek to minimize my impact. 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