Founder and creator of Green-Humanity, Margot was a member of Greenpeace, a MobStir in the Youth Division of The Ian Somerhalder Foundation and was the first Youth Ambassador for Kids are Heroes, and supported Sheldrick Wildlife Trust. Her flag design for Saving the Arctic is hanging (with some others') at the North Pole, planted by Greenpeace Activists. Since then she has developed a love for environmentalism, photography and filmmaking. Margot has received multiple film and photography awards.
Since a very young age, I’ve been interested in environmental issues and have been involved with organisations fighting for less destruction of the planet. I have a non-profit called Green Humanity that educates people about the consequences and realities of environmental issues. I also enjoy filmmaking, and the creativity to tell a story that has the power to influence people. Combining these two main interests seemed like the creation of a perfect match. My work is all about capturing the big and smallest animals and other beauties nature has to offer. My work has a story to tell and I hope others gets to hear those stories and make our world a better, more loving place.
Founded in 2012, Green-Humanity is a platform to celebrate the different beauties of the world through photography, videography, film and stop-motion animation. Through creative media, information, how to guides, tips and tricks Green-Humanity provides environmental education that aims to promote conservational and sustainable audience perspective.
Designs & photos are our own, information is researched and the original sources are credited. No copyright infringement is intended. The information and graphics on this website is for educational purposes only. The store will contain only originally produced designs.