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by Tim Plowden, 26 September 2016

Mongabay published an interview with Tim Plowden today in conjunction with his two films being screened in 2016’s Wildlife Conservation Film Festival in New York.

Tim Plowden has done a little bit of everything when it comes to the animal world. The producer of two films to be aired in 2016’s WCFF festival, award-winning The Return of the Salmon and Red-Shanked Douc: Primates on the Edge, Plowden is also known for stunning wildlife photography and for articles chronicling his experiences in the field. In his two short films, Plowden uses a powerful combination of film and still images to capture the poetic beauty of salmon and douc langur monkeys in the wild, adding haunting music and narratives that tell of the challenges these creatures face.

The interview, “Alaska’s Salmon and Vietnam’s Doucs: Wildlife Narratives by Producer Tim Plowden” can be viewed on the Mongabay website.

Tim Plowden

Singapore-based photographer and filmmaker Tim Plowden currently focuses on wildlife conservation issues in Southeast Asia. He has experience shooting in Africa, Asia, Europe, and North America. His photography has been internationally published, and his videography has been featured in film festivals worldwide. Tim is a regular contributor to Wildlife Photographic Magazine. 

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