Nov. 19, 2019

Episode 047 - Sandesh Kadur shares how he uses video and photography storytelling to protect India's wildlife and wild spaces

Episode 047 - Sandesh Kadur shares how he uses video and photography storytelling to protect India's wildlife and wild spaces

National Geographic Explorer Sandesh Kadur is a Wildlife Film Maker and Conservation Photographer known for his contributions to Planet Earth II. Sandesh's films have been shown on television networks including National Geographic Channel, BBC,...


National Geographic Explorer Sandesh Kadur is a Wildlife Film Maker and Conservation Photographer known for his contributions to Planet Earth II. Sandesh's films have been shown on television networks including National Geographic Channel, BBC, Discovery Channel and Animal Planet. Sandesh is a Senior Fellow of The International League of Conservation Photographers (ILCP) and co-founder of Felis Creations a visual arts company based in Bangalore, India, which work on a variety of projects ranging from natural history documentaries to art and still photography. Sandesh exposes the need for conservation and encourages protection of the world’s biodiversity. Over the years, Sandesh’s work has garnered many top awards including the CIWEM Environmental Photographer of the Year, Nature’s Best Award, International Conservation Photographer Award, as well as twice being nominated for a Green Oscar at Wildscreen. In this episode we talk about his projects, the techniques he uses to plan a wildlife conservation project, and how to communicate the message to the right people to implement change.