Wildlife Conservation

Work with the Ol Pejeta Conservancy

Protecting Endangered Species

Discover what it takes to protect rare species at a conservancy in Kenya. From tracker dogs to armed response - ensuring rhinos, elephants, big cats and other iconic species can survive and thrive.

Year of production: 2014

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Anti-poaching dogs

Organised crime is driving a dramatic increase in poaching for rhino horn and elephant ivory. An organised unit of trained dogs and handlers is helping rhinos and elephants survive. White Paw Professional Dog Training with Ol Pejeta conservancy are making a difference across the northern rangelands of Kenya

Year of production: 2014

Running Time: 03:30

Community Matters

Through education, healthcare, agriculture and enterprise, communities around Ol Pejeta benefit from their neighbouring wildlife conservancy.

Promotional Videos

Short promotional videos for small businesses.

Wild. Life. By Martin Aveling

An exhibition by Martin Aveling at the Pertwee, Anderson & Gold gallery. Private view, 27th November 2013. Supporting Elephant Family.
Auctioneer: Edward Rising

Gog Magog Hills Farm Shop Butchers

The Butchers at Gog Magog Hills Farm Shop preparing the counter for the day ahead.

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Principal film-maker Tom Aveling has worked in remote field conditions around the world and established Aveling Films primarily to increase awareness of global conservation issues.   Tom focuses on creative ways of capturing attention from target audiences within a short time-span and stimulating their further engagement.