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Films for charities and NGOs


James continues to make films for international charities and NGOs.  


He has recently returned from an inspirational Amazonian adventure teaming up with CREES Foundation that is currently in post production.  


His previous collaborations with the Environmental Justice Foundation (EJF) successfully filming pirate fishing in Sierra Leone and brutal child labour in India’s cotton fields , as well as films supporting Wild Aid  and their efforts to end the demand for illegal wildlife trade in Asia have provided him with specialist experience of issue-based, hard-hitting filmmaking in some of the world’s most challenging environments.

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WildAid’s mission is to end the illegal wildlife trade in our lifetimes - a world in which people no longer buy wildlife products such as shark fin, elephant ivory and rhino horn.


"When the buying stops, the killing can too."


The world’s most extraordinary racing team take on an astonishing challenge that will radically change the way we see man and machine.

A unique group of British and US set a new World Record as the first ever amputee drivers to race the most dangerous motor rally on the planet – the Dakar.


'Celebrate Success' shines a spotlight on amazing young people so that there stories can inspire and motivate otheres.

In Tiverton, Devon, nine unemployed youths came together to build a beautiful nature trail for the benefit of urban children.


Promo to help generate interest and support for the Row2Recovery fundraising campaign in aid of injured British servicemen and women.

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