Jeremy Williams

Videography and Storytelling

Jeremy is a professional filmmaker and photographer. Passionate about social, political and environmental issues, he possesses a diverse skill-set including written, digital and oral communication. He has training and experience in all aspects of digital film production.

Jeremy’s strong leadership skills are balanced with an ability to communicate visual ideas and concepts. He has extensive experience as a public educator and mentor, teaching filmmaking to youth, including youth at risk.

Indigenous Protected and Conserved Areas (IPCAs) are one of Jeremy’s areas of expertise, having captured the journey of the Indigenous Circle of Experts for the Pathway to Canada Target 1 from start to finish, and covered countless on-the-land stories of Indigenous leaders in conservation. His work has helped shape the Canadian public’s understanding of IPCAs and he has been collaborating with the IISAAK OLAM Foundation since 2017. Visit IISAAK OLAM’s YouTube channel and Video Gallery to watch some of Jeremy’s work. Learn more about Jeremy through his website, River Voices Productions.

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Videography and Storytelling
Jeremy is a professional filmmaker and photographer. Passionate about social, political and environmental issues, he possesses a diverse skill-set including written, digital and oral ...
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