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Jenny Nichols

Happy in either a chambre de bonne in Paris or the vast deserts of Namibia, Jenny is drawn to people and their stories. Jenny worked with the International League of Conservation Photographers (iLCP) for five years, during that time participating in expeditions in environmental hotspots with many of the world's most celebrated photographers, and she understands the power of visuals to inspire action. Since moving on from the iLCP, she shares stories of critical social and ecological issues. Jenny founded the production company Pongo Media in 2012 and collaborates with photographers, writers, illustrators, scientists, and conservation organizations to create shorts that will act as tipping points in conservation campaigns. Blending new media savvy skills and a passion for conservation, Jenny brings energy and insight to the new communications landscape. She has had film in many festivals, including Telluride Mountainfilm, Banff Film Festival, NY WILD Film Festival, DC Environmental Film Festival, IUCN Congress in Barcelona, and many more. In the past year Jenny has been a presenter at the 10th World Wilderness Congress in Salamanca, Spain -- where she also curated an outdoor film festival -- and at Wild Photos at London's Royal Geographical Society.

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