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Hi, I’m Bailey.

I am a storyteller of many mediums, a writer, filmmaker, photographer, graphic designer, and conservation media creator whose work is driven by my passion for wildlife and wild places.

After completing Digital Arts and New Media at Selkirk College of the Arts, I have spent my career committing the work I do in the digital landscape towards protecting the natural one.

My work has won awards at film festivals, featured in magazines, scientific reports, and conservation campaigns – I am so grateful for the folks, flora and fauna pushing the narrative and inspiring thought, action, and stories.  

I currently work as a Digital Content Producer at the Arctic Research Foundation focusing on story, social strategy, content creation and production, but am taking on limited clients for photography and film work alongside some passion projects.

Wanting to pursue further knowledge to push wild stories (and to aid in my lifelong ambition of making science more accessible to all) I am also currently pursuing a degree in Environmental Practice at Royal Roads University.

In my spare time, I can be found in the mountains on a human-powered adventure with my dog Tully and conservationist partner Eddie, drinking freshly brewed coffee, or in the saddle on top of a horse.

Currently rooted in ukamaʔnam (Kimberley, BC) within the unceded Ktunaxa ʔamakʔis.

 

A selection of clients and friends

The Narwhal

Kootenay Media Inc

UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration

Girls Do Ski

Kootenay Life Magazine

College of the Rockies

Selkirk College

Wildsight

Macphee Mapping

Stenberg Guides

Columbia Basin Trust

Corridor

Whitecap Alpine