Pete worked for 10 years as a museum installation designer and interior architect. In 2010, he completed an MA in Sustainable Design at Brighton University, where he went on to lecture for the course, and design and teach on the permaculture design diploma for Brighton Permaculture Trust. Pete is an ecological designer-carpenter and part of Open Earth Ecology Design Co-op. Now Pete’s time is dedicated to his work as a filmmaker, on a mission to find positive solutions to the current crises.
Lily completed an English Literature degree at Leeds University, before working in theatre direction and production. She went on to work in London for a branding consultancy before changing careers to become a Personal Trainer and Sports Massage Therapist. Lily has always explored creativity through words and poetry, and now, she is interested in telling stories through the visual language of film.
For Lily’s poetry, go here… http://lilylaloba.blogspot.co.uk/
An independent filmmaker, working throughout Europe for over a decade, directing/producing films for online channels such as The Tate, The Sunday Times and NY Times Magazine, as well as shooting feature documentaries for Broadcast. Lilian’s love for the arts, the environment and activism informs everything she does. https://vimeo.com/user3646362
Keith Ellis is a composer and soundtrack producer. He has produced music for short films with nature connection themes and music for live performances. His work aims to connect viewers with a sense of intimacy with nature through sounds composed and recorded in the field.
Zita has always been interested in using illustration as a way to play with ideas and imagination. This led her to explore the form of animation, combining together her love for making music with an interest in character and stories. She currently produces work, which is unique for its hand drawn qualities.
As well as being a web developer with 16 years experience, Ollie is also a Humanistic counsellor and Ecotherapist with a passion for taking his practice outdoors in order bring his clients’ relationships with nature into the therapeutic process. His Ecopsychology blog More Than Human reflects his commitment to taking a rigorously academic as well as an experimental/experiential approach to his work as an Ecotherapist. He has a private counselling practice in Brighton, Eastbourne and he also sees Ecotherapy clients at Sacred Earth in Horam.
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