With each limited-edition fine-art print, you become a vital part of the places and individuals in the photograph by helping to ensure that they thrive. We donate 50% of all profits to do tangible meaningful good for each ecosystem or species in every print.
Arts for Global Development is a registered volunteer-based 501(c)3 nonprofit organization promoting the utilization of creativity to further an inter-disciplinary, multi-sectoral and cross-cultural approach in socio-economic development and working primarily with disadvantaged communities, children, youth and women worldwide. For over a decade we have been working on initiatives where the arts in any form has been put into effect for tackling the challenges of the development field and assisting organizations and communities become more socially conscious, responsible, and creative. We strive to provide opportunities for the underserved and underdeveloped pockets of the society through edu-taining programs in collaboration with other social enterprises, nonprofits, public organizations, and corporate entities whose missions align with ours.
Built by the poor, for the poor. For more than 40 years, The Barefoot College has designed new ways to nurture and support a journey to empowerment, one village at a time, one woman at a time. We demystify and decentralise technology and put new tools in the hands of the rural poor with a singular objective of spreading self-sufficiency and sustainability. With a geographic focus on the Least Developed Countries, we train women worldwide as solar engineers, innovators and educators, who then return to their villages to bring light and learning to their community. A sustainable world from the ground up, we address 14 of the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals for large-scale, sweeping, global impact.
The Florida National Parks Association is the official private, non-profit partner of the National Park Service that supports educational, interpretive, historical, and scientific research activities in south Florida’s National parks.
The Florida National Parks Association traces its roots to the Everglades Natural History Association, formed at Everglades National Park in 1951. In 1985, our scope of work was significantly expanded to include additional National Park Services responsibilities at Big Cypress National Preserve, Biscayne National Park, and Dry Tortugas National Park.
Forest & Bird is New Zealand’s leading independent conservation organization protecting and restoring our wildlife and wild places. Since 1923 Forest & Bird has played an important role in preserving New Zealand’s environment and native species. They’ve helped establish protection for a third of New Zealand’s land in parks and reserves, put an end to logging of native forests and helped bring species such as the kakapo and kokako back from the brink of extinction. They coordinate hands-on restoration projects, educate the public about environmental issues and advocate. They give nature a voice, speaking for all of New Zealand’s threatened species and fragile places – from endangered Maui’s dolphins to high-country tussock-lands.
Friends of Mono Lake Reserve is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to help visitors understand, appreciate, and emotionally connect with Mono Lake’s remarkable natural resources through interpretation and education and to inspire visitors to want to protect this outstanding resource and explore it further on their own. All funds donated specifically to the Friends of Mono Lake are used only at Mono Lake for interpretation, education, and protection.
With the spirit of aloha, Hawaii Pacific Parks inspires the discovery and stewardship of the natural and cultural heritage of Pacific island parks. (paragraph break) HPPA is a nonprofit cooperating association working in partnership with the National Park Service in Hawaiʻi and American Samoa. They directly support interpretation, educational programs, research projects, publications, and cultural activities. (paragraph break) Since its creation in 1933, the association has contributed over $20.2 million in direct aid and other support to the parks.
The International Dark Sky Association works to protect the night skies and fragile ecosystems in parks and protected areas worldwide. Their award-winning flagship conservation program, International Dark Sky Places, recognizes and promotes excellent stewardship of the night sky. They’ve certified more than 65 Dark Sky Places worldwide across six continents, comprising more than 58,000 square km (21,200 square miles). They also protect our night skies through certifying outdoor lighting fixtures that minimize glare and reduce light trespass, helping parks and nature reserves reduce their light pollution and provide eco-friendly lighting options for free or deeply discounted rates, through education and outreach via 50-plus chapters on five continents, through collaborating with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission to protect endangered sea turtles in the Florida Panhandle, which are disoriented by night lights, and they also advocate for smart lighting policies. Rainforest Trust is a world leader in the protection of tropical ecosystems and wildlife. They have protected millions of acres of rainforest from destruction while helping the world’s most endangered species rebound and thrive. Rainforest Trust purchases and protects the most threatened tropical forests, saving endangered wildlife through partnerships and community engagement. Through these highly effective partnerships, they can ensure sustainable results necessary for the long-term protection of tropical ecosystems and the wildlife they hold. Together we are committed to providing lasting, on-the-ground protection, which requires the ongoing support and participation of local communities. These communities are engaged through the creation of sustainable economic opportunities for local men and women, including training as forest guards, wildlife monitors and ecotourism guides.
Landvernd is an NGO working on environmental issues in order to protect and improve the quality of life in Iceland. Landvernd’s role is to safeguard Icelandic nature and be an active participant in strategic planning, education and informed decision-making in matters relating to land use, resources and the environment. (paragraph break) Landvernd’s objectives are:
MADRE is an international women’s human rights organization that works towards a world in which all people enjoy the fullest range of individual and collective human rights; in which resources are shared equitably and sustainably; in which women participate effectively in all aspects of society; and in which people have a meaningful say in decisions that affect their lives. MADRE uses human rights to advance social justice. We partner with women in communities worldwide to meet urgent, local needs and create long-term solutions to the problems that women face. Our program areas are: peace building; women’s health and combating violence against women; and economic and environmental justice.
We are scientists, explorers and stewards of the ocean. Driven by research, education and excitement we work to create a better environment for ourselves and our children. The answers are in the ocean. Together, we will find them. We are an independent, nonprofit marine research institution comprised of world-class marine scientists committed to the belief that the conservation and sustainable use of our oceans begins with research and education. Our research programs also focus on understanding the population dynamics of manatees, dolphins, sea turtles, sharks and coral reefs and on conservation and restoration efforts related to these species and ecosystems. The ocean is our passion. And science is our catalyst to help our oceans heal, thrive and continue to be havens of sustainable life, life-improving science and life-giving solutions.
The National Park Foundation, in partnership with the National Park Service, enriches America’s national parks and programs through private support, safeguarding our heritage and inspiring generations of national park enthusiasts. Chartered by Congress in 1967, the National Park Foundation is rooted in a legacy that began more than a century ago, when private citizens from all walks of life took action to establish and protect our national parks. Today, the National Park Foundation carries on that tradition as the only national charitable nonprofit whose mission is to directly support the National Park Service.
Oceana, founded in 2001, is the largest international advocacy organization focused solely on ocean conservation. Our offices around the world work together to win strategic, directed campaigns that achieve measurable outcomes that will help make our oceans more bio diverse and abundant. Oceana was created to identify practical solutions and make them happen. The good news is that we can restore the oceans to their former glory. Oceana is campaign-driven, fact-based, multi-disciplinary and expert.
We channel our resources towards strategic, directed campaigns to achieve MEASURABLE OUTCOMES that will protect and restore our oceans to former levels of abundance. We believe in the importance of science in identifying problems and solutions for the oceans. Our scientists work closely with our teams of economists, lawyers, communicators, and advocates to achieve tangible results for the oceans.
Rainforest Trust is a world leader in the protection of tropical ecosystems and wildlife. They have protected millions of acres of rainforest from destruction while helping the world’s most endangered species rebound and thrive. Rainforest Trust purchases and protects the most threatened tropical forests, saving endangered wildlife through partnerships and community engagement. Through these highly effective partnerships, they can ensure sustainable results necessary for the long-term protection of tropical ecosystems and the wildlife they hold. Together we are committed to providing lasting, on-the-ground protection, which requires the ongoing support and participation of local communities. These communities are engaged through the creation of sustainable economic opportunities for local men and women, including training as forest guards, wildlife monitors and ecotourism guides. Rainforests sequester atmospheric carbon, helping to protect our climate.
Whale and Dolphin Conservation (WDC) is the leading charity dedicated to the protection of whales and dolphins. They support and lead ground-breaking whale and dolphin scientific research, conservation projects, rescue, education and international governmental advising. They work to reduce the numbers of whales and dolphins killed both intentionally and as by-catch in the fishing industry, held in captivity, the numbers of countries whaling, and they work to develop sanctuaries and release programs for those held in captivity, to increase the number of effective protected areas for whales and dolphins in national waters around the world and on the high seas, and to gain the recognition of the rights of whales and dolphins everywhere.
The Wild Dolphin Project is a non-profit scientific research organization that studies and reports on a specific pod of free ranging Atlantic spotted dolphins (Stenella frontalis). Since 1985, Denise Herzing has been studying dolphin communication in the wild. Objectives of this long-term, non-invasive field research on wild dolphins are to gather information on the natural history of these dolphins, including dolphin behaviors, social structure, dolphin communication, and habitat; and to report what we have learned to the scientific community and the general public.
We believe that when the buying stops, the killing can too. The illegal wildlife trade is a multi-billion dollar global industry largely driven by consumer demand in expanding economies. While most wildlife conservation groups focus on scientific studies and anti-poaching efforts, WildAid works to reduce global consumption of wildlife products and to increase local support for conservation efforts. We also work with governments and partners to protect fragile marine reserves from illegal fishing and shark finning, to enhance public and political will for anti-poaching efforts, and to reduce climate change impacts.
As you explore the photographic collections, I invite you to get cozy and tune into what your inner voice is calling forth in you that yearns to be supported on a visual and creative level.
She risks her life traveling to the most exquisite, remote locations on the globe to bring the majesty of nature’s essence into the homes of heart-centered art-lovers all over the world. She donates 50% of proceeds to projects doing tangible, meaningful good for the ecosystems and/or species in each print. Each eco-luxuriously hand-crafted, limited-edition wall-sized photograph is made from recycled materials and protects the ecosystem in the picture, helping it to thrive and continue to inspire the deepest parts of our being.