Ten years ago, WorkCabin Creative launched and started working on environmental video projects with Canadian organizations. Since that time, WorkCabin founder and filmmaker Gregg McLachlan has hiked into the field with national and provincial organizations to capture the stories of conservation.
Now is the time to reach out about your organization’s environmental video needs for 2020.
Whether it’s an episode-based video series in Ontario or BC, or several videos for the year in Nova Scotia or Alberta, WorkCabin has launched a new 2020 environmental and conservation filmmaking package that makes it more affordable than ever to get on board with scicomm visual storytelling. It also makes it affordable to get a package of filmed and produced videos, not just a single video. The new video packages even make it very competitively affordable no matter which province your organization is located. Gregg personally works with you, within budget, to make it happen and make your organization look awesome on video. With a background as an award-winning journalist, you don’t just get a truly connected conservation filmmaker, you also get real storytelling experience and guidance behind your video project. Living and breathing nature and the outdoors is what Gregg has done for years as an authentic storyteller in the conservation field.
Getting started is easy. Organizations can check out our video production page and use the button to request a proposal. We’ll then put together an online password protected proposal to review before you commit to anything.
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