Jeremy Là Zelle has won numerous international film festival awards for his documentary work. He continually travels around the world filming and documenting exciting projects for TV Networks, Nations, NGOs, Charities, and Social Enterprises who make a positive impact on their communities. Jeremy has written, directed, shot, & produced for National Geographic Channel, History Channel, Animal Planet, incredible nations such as the Kingdom of Bhutan, Kingdom of Eswatini, Ethiopia, Peru, and many more.
Jeremy is a Fellow Member of The Explorers Club and a seasoned Producer of educational programming themed upon the sciences and exploration. With twenty years of professional experience, Jeremy has produced million dollar TV shows for National Geographic, Discovery Channel and History Channel, yet the majority of his work is with NGOs, social enterprises, and charities around the world. Jeremy provides script-to-screen solutions with a powerful top-of-the-line professional look and sound. Whether shooting on location or in the studio, Jeremy will create the exact feel that conveys your story and your message.
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"I have a great amount of respect forJeremy and his ability to create documentaries that are art. I'm impressed with his support, and most important, his honesty."
"Jeremy is able to combine the knowledge of the issues, connections, and relationships of the cultures, with passion, dedication and creativity to produce incredibly powerful videos."
"Jeremy Là Zelle is at all times professional and the results achieved have been extraordinary. Jeremy has helped my client reach his goals with a super big docu-series and helped me reach more clients with my website video. Thanks for your great work, Jeremy!"
Professional media advocacy to protect and sustainably manage natural ecosystems of the world. To conserve their biodiversity, with an emphasis on threatened habitats and endangered species. Jeremy Là Zelle has filmed extensively in the Arctic. Projects have included documenting expeditions, aviation, culture, science, and wildlife.
Projects are global. Jeremy films exciting and informative documentary content across the world, always featuring leading experts.
Jeremy's passion is collaborating with top scientific organizations around the globe to produce important media content that promotes science, technology, engineering, and math.
Taking an initial concept to a fully-realized media product is challenging. Jeremy professionally navigates these waters and will make your dream a reality. Share your story with the world!
Media advocacy to develop partnerships with local individuals, communities, and organizations to engage support and commitment among the people who live in project areas. Media partnerships with top-tier charities and NGOs is both rewarding and an excellent way for these important organizations to further advance their worldwide visibility and fundraising goals. Jeremy's media contributions have directly led to substantial increases in major donor gifts to many global charities and NGOs.
Media advocacy to raise global awareness of the need for conservation, to improve understanding, generate support through education, information, and fundraising initiatives. Jeremy has filmed wild cheetahs in South Africa for National Geographic Channel, endangered Lions & Rhinos in the Kingdom of Eswatini, Polar Bears & Wolves in the Arctic, Lemurs in Madagascar, threatened bears in Ecuador, and much more amazing wildlife.
From the South Pole to the North Pole, supporting great causes with STEM education for children, Aviation safety, and Technology – all intended to encourage and inspire!
"This journey has the potential to be the thread that joins all humanity together, not break us apart. It brings us back to what matters by answering the question, “Why are we here?” Our perceived separation from each other, ourselves and our Creator is what drives us apart and allows us to move away from love, compassion and kindness for each other." - Pilot Robert DeLaurentis
Science! The first to test for atmospheric plastic pollution at the Poles with innovative experiments from the Scripps Institute of Oceanography. Additional experiments include a state-of-the-art NASA Wafer Scale Spaceship Experiment, which collects data from the flight including pictures, temperatures, altitude, speed, location and much more.
Love is the Way brings together the voices speaking in defense of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, highlighting the generations of stewardship by Gwich'in and Iñupiaq people. Inspired in part by footage of the late photographer Michio Hoshino, this film explores the friendships, values, and stories shaped by the place, and the strong commitments to its protection. As the Trump administration pushes a decades-old political agenda, this film reminds us of the sacred connections between us, and the ways that a place can teach us how to live with respect and compassion.
It's best to experience what you're fighting for. When two adventurers embark on a four-month expedition documenting the world’s longest land mammal migration through the Arctic Refuge of Alaska, they soon discover an incredible ecosystem protected by the Gwich’in Nation for more than 25,000 years, yet held on the precipice of collapse by resource development corporations.
Nature Kenya—the East Africa Natural History Society (EANHS)—is Africa’s oldest environmental Society. We were established in 1909 to promote the study and conservation of nature in eastern Africa. Our mission is to connect people with nature and take action for biodiversity conservation.
Produced by the World Land Trust to honor 30 years of steadfast environmental conservation across the planet, "Protecting The Heart of Mexico" reveals the resilient leaders on the forefront of Mexico's conservation movement and why it's so important to continue protecting our planet's incredible yet highly fragile flora and fauna.
What can I, as an individual, do? Sir David Attenborough discusses why he supports World Land Trust and how you can take action to protect the natural wonders of the world.
Wild Tomorrow Fund is dedicated to the protection of threatened and endangered species and the habitats they depend on for survival. We want to ensure that the world that comes after us is a world in which a wild tomorrow is possible. We work on the ground in southern Africa and our vision is for a world in which wildlife habitats are expanded and protected, and where existing reserves have the resources needed to keep their animals safe.
"We strive to ensure that fishermen have the community infrastructure and environmental resources to maintain Maine's coastal cultural identity and sustain vibrant working waterfronts for this and future generations of Maine fishermen." - MCFA
"Generations of American Families depend on the Gulf of Maine for their livelihood, culture, and community. Development and ocean sprawl have the potential to dramatically change the future of Maine's fishing communities. Watch, share, support, donate and sign up at ProtectTheGulfOfMaine.org
Together, we persevere." - MCFA
"The ideals that the Association were founded on held true for many communities throughout the state and thus became the Maine Coast Fishermen's Association and expanded well beyond Port Clyde. Like-minded fishermen and community members from throughout Maine's came together to build an organization to create a better future for our marine resources and the communities that rely on them.
Today the MCFA is made up of fishermen from the edge of New Hampshire to the Canadian border and works with fishermen in the groundfish, shrimp, lobster, bluefin tuna, herring, whiting, menhaden, monkfish and scallop fisheries." - MCFA
Jeremy wrote and directed 10 episodes of Museum Men for the History Channel. In this episode, The Museum of Science and Industry is looking to expand their space race exhibit, and they know just the team to help them do this: Creative Arts. The team agrees to build the Apollo 13 lunar module, in Season 1, Episode 3, "Relaunching Apollo 13".
Collaborating with the Institute for Field Research, UCLA, and the government of Ethiopia to promote land conservation and learn more about their incredibly rich history through archaeology.
Jeremy produces all videography & photography media for the world's top youth innovation competition.
South African Conservationist Vincent van der Merwe is often referred to as a cheetah matchmaker. His work involves pairing together compatible mates in hopes of reviving healthy cheetah populations throughout their African homeland. Follow along as Vincent and his team relocate a male cheetah from South Africa to Malawi, among the first to be successfully reintroduced in the country. Tune in to Nat Geo Wild’s Big Cat Week Sept 7-11 and learn more about how Nat Geo is working to save big cats.
Culture and heritage are deeply engrained in all aspects of Swazi life, ensuring an unforgettable experience for all. As well as the rich culture, the overwhelming friendliness of the people makes all visitors feel truly welcome and very safe. Add to that a stunning landscapes of mountains and valleys, forests and plains; plus wildlife reserves across the country that are home to The Big Five, and you have all that’s best about Africa in one small but perfectly formed and welcoming country.
The Tour of the Dragon travels across the Himalayas, 255 kms, and over 4 mountain passes. It is the toughest one-day mountain bike race in the world.
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