Greentraveller's Founder, Richard has produced over 100 films for both the public and private sectors. He was previously the Guardian's eco travel correspondent and is currently a judge of the the World Travel and Tourism Council's Tourism for Tomorrow Awards. He lives in the Mendip Hills, Somerset. Read his full length interview for the Sustainability Leaders Project.
Chris has been a professional photographer for over 25 years working on TV and film, NGO, editorial and corporate assignments in over 50 countries. He has worked for a range of travel and tourism clients, including BBC Worldwide, British Airways, Condé Nast, The Branson Centre of Entrepreneurship, Thomas Cook, TUI, The Travel Foundation, and The Nature Conservancy.
George spent 11 years with the BBC Natural History Unit filming all over the world on landmark series including State of the Planet, Living with El Nino, Wild China and Planet Earth. He recently completed a conservation film about Richmond Park in London with Sir David Attenborough which won the gold award at the EVCOM film awards and Best Longform Film at the 2018 National Charity Awards.
Nigel has produced over 100 videos for a variety of organisations, such as Johnson & Johnson, the Holiday Inn and BritMums. Nigel was the lead videographer on our work for NCTA’s England’s Coast Project and for our work for the Travel Foundation on sustainable coastal tourism in Croatia and the Caribbean as well as for our films for the World Travel and Tourism Council in Baja California where he filmed a story about marine ecotourism and turtle conservation.
Sarah is former deputy editor of Wanderlust magazine, the bible for independent-minded travellers, and has written extensively about travel and adventure for a range of other publications, from The Telegraph and The Independent to Country Walking, Lonely Planet and Runners World. Whether she's floating down Welsh rivers, topping tors in Dartmoor, bird-watching in Norfolk or strolling straight into the Cotswolds from her Bath front door, she loves travel.
Paul has been writing about and photographing travel, food, drink, music and the wonders of Britain for over 10 years. He's written for Lonely Planet, Wanderlust and numerous other magazines, newspapers and websites, in that time tackling the Zambezi by raft, the Hudson by kayak, and the Swedish Arctic on a husky sled. Mostly, though, he prefers riding Shank's pony, hiking trails from Cornwall to New Zealand's Queen Charlotte Track.
Tina Smith is an award winning designer and art director with 10 years experience in journalism. She has worked on a diverse range of titles, from whizzy digital editions of Empire to hand-stiched headlines of Pretty Nostalgic, via a string of wide-ranging BBC publications and many others. Nature and the great outdoors are the subjects closest to her heart, leading her to co-found Lost in London magazine in 2010, and subsequently co-author a book of the same name.
Emma is our finance manager, responsible for our accounts for all our advertisers, clients and freelancers.