Morgan (Mo) Heim raises a camera for one purpose – to capture moments in an animal’s life that will make us consider what that life means. Inevitably, those stories involve people as much as wildlife. How we treat them. Why we need them. What we love, or hate about them. She is an ecologist turned wildlife photojournalist and filmmaker – both a proud member of NANPA and a senior fellow of the International League of Conservation Photographers (iLCP). Her work has taken her to Thailand to document the plight of endangered fishing cats and deep into the forests of California’s illegal marijuana grows. In 2016, Mo became a National Geographic grantee for her collaboration on urban coyotes. Her photographic work has appeared in outlets such as Smithsonian, World Wildlife Fund, Discover, NationalGeographic.com, Nature Conservancy Magazine, and bioGraphic.com. And her films have played to audiences at Banff Mountain Film, Telluride Mountain Film, Adventure Film, the International Wildlife Film Festival and COP 23. She is always looking for ways to push storytelling with the goal of building relationships between viewers and the natural world, and loves to foster new generations (regardless of age) who wish to do the same. Check out her available workshops and project trainings, to see how she can help you!