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The Power of ONE

In the realm of documentary filmmaking, stories serve as a powerful tool for collaboration and connection.

Stories become the conduit through which we share our deepest passions, sorrows, struggles, and triumphs.


They hold the key to unlocking meaning and purpose in our lives. 


Stories act as a unifying force, providing a common ground for people to communicate and bridging the gaps created by our defenses and differences.


By delving into stories, we gain a deeper understanding of ourselves and discover the threads of commonality that bind us to others.

Mission Statement:

At Lumos Filmworx, the mission is to shed light on the complex and often overlooked intersection between people and wildlife conflict. Through impactful storytelling,


I aim to inspire and inform audiences, fostering a deeper understanding of the challenges faced by both humans and wildlife in these situations.


I truly believe in the power of storytelling to create positive change. By capturing the raw emotions, untold stories, and intricate dynamics of these conflicts, I strive to ignite empathy, spark dialogue, and drive action towards sustainable solutions.


My vision is rooted in the notion that there is  power in One.

I believe that every individual has the ability to make a difference, and through this specific documentary, I aim to empower viewers to recognize their own role in shaping a harmonious coexistence between people and wildlife.With a commitment to authenticity, integrity, and respect for all stakeholders involved, I aim to amplify the voices of those directly impacted by these conflicts.


By giving a platform to local communities, conservationists, and experts, I seek to foster a collaborative approach that promotes understanding, empathy, and shared responsibility.


Through these thought-provoking stories, I aspire to create a ripple effect of change, inspiring individuals, communities, and policymakers to take meaningful action towards sustainable conservation practices, wildlife protection, and the preservation of human livelihoods.


Join me on this transformative journey because together, we can make a difference—one story, one viewer, and one action at a time.


Addressing human-wildlife conflict in Africa is crucial for the conservation of biodiversity, sustainable development, human safety, poverty alleviation, conservation education, and sustainable tourism

Behind the scenes:

There are so many moments that I would love to share with you. And I will, but for now here are some laughs, travel arrangements, local expertise for emergency car repairs and working alongside amazing humans to combat in finding meaningful ways to mitigate this conflict. 

Human safety: Human-wildlife conflict can pose risks to human lives. Large mammals like elephants and hippos can cause injuries or fatalities when they come into contact with humans. Addressing the conflict helps protect the safety and well-being of people living in close proximity to wildlife.