Wildscreen Exchange is one of three projects run by Wildscreen, whose goal is to convene the best photographers, filmmakers and creative professionals with the most committed conservationists to create compelling stories about the natural world; that inspire the wider public to experience it, feel part of it and protect it.
The Exchange library is a unique global hub for conservation communications, empowering them with free and affordable premium digital media to enable the most inspiring and impactful campaigning, educating and storytelling.
Wildscreen Exchange has unlocked an unparalleled collection of digital media, providing access to over 25,000 images and videos covering all aspects of the natural world, from ocean-dwellers to birds and everything in between. The library also features topics on environmental issues and wildlife threats allowing members to tell entire conservation stories.
Among the 600+ photographers who have generously contributed to the Exchange library we are delighted to include the work of leading wildlife photographers and award-winning photojournalists, all keen for their work to be used to stimulate and inspire conservation education and storytelling.
Registered conservation non-profits and charities from around the world are able to become members and utilise the library for their non-commercial communications, be it imagery for an internal report, posters for a campaign or even images to illustrate social media.
Wildscreen, Unit 2.6, Temple Studios
If you have a question, you might be able to find an answer quickly and easily on our FAQs page
We're always on the lookout for people who love the natural world and telling stories about it as much as we do - so get in touch! You'll find us on all the usual social platforms or at our Bristol HQ.
We would like to acknowledge and thank our supporters who generously give to Wildscreen Exchange and make our work possible.
Chapman Charitable Trust
Garfield Weston Foundation
HDH Wills Charitable Trust
If you or your company are interested in supporting the continuation of our work please Contact us.