Bird Studies Canada, the nation’s leading science-based bird conservation organization, has hired WorkCabin to film and produce a professional series of videos. The project was filmed over two days in September at BSC’s national headquarters. Filming featured BSC staff from across Canada.
“Professional conservation filmmaking is a growing part of WorkCabin’s unique connection to organizations and to the field we serve,” said founder and chief videographer Gregg McLachlan. “It’s an honour to work with BSC and help spread the word about conservation to even larger audiences across Canada.”
WorkCabin’s McLachlan is also a contributing filmmaker to a larger national video project for BSC.
“Every chance I get to head into the field with my video gear is an opportunity to tell amazing stories about conservation,” he added. “Doing this kind of work is a natural extension for WorkCabin as we really evolve the service into being way more than just a job board.”
To learn more about conservation filming for your organization, contact Gregg at firstname.lastname@example.org