We have been blessed in the masterful environmental design by our government to create green spaces throughout our urban living environment. Creating pockets of wildlife right next to our local urban environments, allowing for wildlife to thrive and coexist with us. Topics like urban farming, wildlife and marine life is all around us. We are blessed with the ability to now use technology to allow for youths to get close, understand and empathise about our wildlife and nature.

Understanding the old adage, out of sight out of mind, use your creativity to film videos to engage with the average audience and help people bring back the love and wonder for nature, or inspire action taking to go back to nature or bring a little bit of it into their lives, and introduce vertical farming or including bits of green gardens into our homes and neighbourhoods. The more we feel at one with nature, the more we will start to empathise with it, feel at one with it and understand the need to care for it, so it can care for us for generations to come.

Jayaprakash Bolan

Wildlife Filmmaker and Conservationist (NatGeo/WWF)

20 years with the tech corporates before Jayaprakash decided to quit and chase his passion for nature, wildlife and conservation storytelling as a photographer and filmmaker.

Awards and Mentions:
Grand title National geographic nature photographer of the year 2017
Joint winner singapore wildlife photographer of the year 2017
Highly honoured at the Natures best asia awards 2018
Publications by NatGeo and BBC
Ambassador with BOS ( Borneo orangutan survival ), an NGO focussed on saving the orangutans and their habitat.

Jayaprakash has also received several other awards for publications, public speaking and as a photography teacher.

Jonathan Chan

Wildlife Photographer/ Storyteller/ Educator

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