Adam Welz is a wildlife photographer, filmmaker, and writer.
Adam writes on environmental issues for a range of publications including The Guardian, WildAid, Ensia magazine, Yale e360 magazine, Deutsche Welle, Al Jazeera America and 350.org
He has lived and worked on four continents and makes journalism, still photographs and films for international clients. He’s lived in various parts of the USA including New York City and Alaska for almost ten years, taught English in Taiwan, been a truck driver in the U.K. and backpacked across much of southern Africa, Madagascar and India. He’s a keen naturalist and birder with an emerging interest in obscure African mammals.