Creative Conservation was the idea of film maker Kirsten Hintner who has always had a huge passion for animal welfare, wildlife and conservation and she decided to try to make a difference by using her creative and media skills. She has produced work for many animal welfare and environmental charities and continues to develope her portfolio and clientele within this area.
After attending a lecture at Oxford University by Jane Goodall who talked about her Roots and Shoots education programme Kirsten decided that she would use her media skills to try to make a difference to young peoples lives and the environment and so Creative Conservation began.
Charities and NGO's need positive and interesting ways of communicating their message to a wide audience and that is where well produced programmes and media come in. Kirsten has produced work for: The Media Trust, PETA, Sea Watch Foundation, Forna and Flora International, HULA Animal Charity, Tools for Self Reliance, The British Red Cross, Banardos and many more charities and organisations.
Kirsten works closely with other media and environmental professionals who have helped her develop these workshops
and will continue to work together to deliver them to as many groups as possible within the UK.
The Darwin Centre
Sea Watch Foundation
The Buzz Club
All the workshop leaders at Creative Conservation are CRB checked, we can also provide a full risk assesment prior to bookings. We hold public liability insurance.
Please visit Kirstens own website for information about her own work