Lindsay Marie Stewart
As you can tell from Lindsay's profile photo, she is thrilled to extend her public engagement experience into critical environmental and social issues on the Pacific Coast. She was introduced to the Great Bear Rainforest in 2012 while filming her first documentary film in Bella Bella, BC. As a filmmaker and photographer, Lindsay is passionate about using imagery and media to convey messages and inspire positive change; interrelationships and community mobilization; and innovative research and public education. Her Masters of Arts degree in Intercultural & International Communications, combined with an undergrad and two diplomas in communications/print media/photojournalism, complement the visual advocacy efforts for our BC coastline. Lindsay is the founder of the Natural Connections Project and offers experience in teaching, branding, and multimedia outreach. She holds numerous honors and awards including the National Geographic Young Explorer Award and is a member of the New York Explorers Club and Blue Earth Photo Alliance.
Recent Blog Posts
Protect habitat, don't kill wolves: government scientists admit wolf cull is inhumane, yet propose expansion
Two science advisors for the B.C. government have recommended that Premier Christy Clark’s administration expand its program...Read More »
The public comment period for submitting feedback on the draft regulations for a National Wildlife Area (NWA) for the waters...Read More »
There has never been an uneventful year in Pacific Wild’s conservation campaigns to protect Canada’s Great Bear Rainforest,...Read More »