LOS ANGELES Theres nothing like getting the perfect shot for wildlife adventure documentary filmmaker Peter von Puttkamer, who spent much of his career behind the camera to bring awareness to causes he believes in.
He said that even though my series are adventurous and fun, I try to add an environmental twist to them.
What you need to know
- EcoflixEcoflix Foundation has created a streaming platform that is not for profit.
- The platform features filmmakers who highlight stories about wildlife, deforestation and climate change, along with solutions for viewers.
- The streaming service offers a variety of content, including feature documentaries, shows, and more
- According to the payment plan, membership fees of $7 or less are tax-deductible. They can be used to support other causes or nonprofits.
Von Puttkamer’s shows include the “Biggest, Baddest” and the “The Real Lost World” expedition shows that took viewers to the jungle plateau of Venezuela. This show aired on Discovery Channel. He has aired most of his work on several major networks around the world and is now looking to tackle another environmental topic.
The hot topic is climate change and its impact on us as humans. He stated that climate change is on the minds of the public.
But von Puttkamer’s work will be featured this time. Ecoflixa streaming service that is not for profit and features content about wildlife, the environment, conservation, and more. The streaming service is accessible to everyone and costs $7 to join, which can be tax-deductible depending on the payment plan.
David Casselman is the founder and CEO.
We want people see and geek out, if you will, on all the amazing aspects nature has to offer. We are also interested in inspiring them. He stated that everyone has a job.
Von Puttkamer also serves as a board member on the streaming platform. He sees this opportunity for more people to get involved.
He said that there are many things people can do to protect the earth.
While environmental issues might not change overnight – von Puttkamer will stand by the lens in hopes that others will take a closer look at the natural wonders of the world around them.