Wildeye was born in the 1990s when founder Piers Warren realised the need for independent education and information for wildlife and conservation film-makers, whether professional, amateur or newcomers. An early project was the development of www.wildlife-film.com, and its associated monthly e-zine Wildlife Film News, which remains today the world's leading source of information about the wildlife film-making industry, Google's no. 1 ranking website for 'wildlife film' and many other related searches.
Wildeye's core activity, however, soon became the educational opportunities in the form of short specialist courses in Norfolk, UK, and longer overseas opportunites such as the Big Cat Film Safari in the Masai Mara. We have now had many hundreds of students on our courses from all over the world and are thrilled to hear of those that are now accomplished in the industry, award-winners, or simply making better wildlife films for their own enjoyment. We have always had a strong focus on conservation and the desire to use film as a tool to help conserve our natural world.