Allison is a primatologist, veterinary technician and producer focused on one health conservation. After receiving her MSc in Primate Conservation at Oxford Brookes University assessing disease transmission between humans and mountain gorillas in Uganda she has worked for many nonprofits across the tropics. Based in Brooklyn, Allison makes films across many disciplines including wildlife, science, tech, human rights and the arts. She is a WINGS WorldQuest flag carrier, Explorers Club Fellow and serves on the YPC Executive Committee at EcoHealth Alliance.
Rima is the Indonesian Vice Consul for Information and Social-Cultural Affairs in New York and a Borneo native. Previously deployed in Cuba and Zimbabwe for the Ministry for Foreign Affairs, she actively contributes to Jakarta's national newspaper. Growing up near Orang Utan conservation sites with her mother preserving local wisdom as an artist, she is very familiar with myths and folklores of the forest.

Julia is a conservationist, writer, and educator with a passion for connecting people with nature. From the volcanoes of West Java to the rainforests of Costa Rica, her work has crossed many different environments and cultures. She holds a BA in Anthropology from Indiana University and an MSc in Primate Conservation from Oxford Brookes University.

Sam is an Emmy Award winning documentary filmmaker and director of photography. He has produced documentaries for public television, ABC's Nightline and CNN. He has covered topics ranging from the environmental impact of electronics manufacturing, population growth and the death penalty. He graduated from Columbia University with a degree in Political Science and studied filmmaking at New York University.
Arianna is a Director and Director of Photographer, born and raised in New York City. Arianna has shot in over 45 countries including Mongolia, Iceland, Cuba, Turkey, Egypt, Syria and Iraq, throughout Eastern and Southern Africa, South and South East Asia, and Latin America. Arianna weaves stories about possibility, highlighting the work of artists, revolutionaries and change-makers around the world.

Lucky Aire is a director of photography, drone operator, colorist and editor based in of Palu, Indonesia. His started journey as a cameraman and editor for documentaries and television film programs at the Public Broadcasting Institution TVRI (television Republik Indonesia) from 2011-2016. He is interested in verite documentary films that focus on women/human rights and social justice. He is a hardworking independent filmmaker frequently making environmental films for the Indonesian government. Currently, he continues to travel through the landscape and cultural diversity of Indonesia, with a mission to retell it in a visual language that is based on reality but with certain elements of beauty and cinematic style.
Alex has 10 years of video editing experience and has made films in Africa, Europe, North America and the Middle East. He is highly motivated by the political landscape around him, with a deep interest in international politics and human rights. Originally from England, he now calls LA home.
Arden is a graduate of Tulane University with a double major in public health and photography. Her passions range from wildlife conservation efforts to the study of zoonotic disease. When she is not working with OHP, she works in food styling for publications and advertisements in New York.
Caitlin is a Medical Anthropologist and Cultural Sustainability consultant, specializing in identifying community leaders and stakeholders, one health research and improving community buy-in of health-related interventions. She has worked in Indonesia, Singapore, Ireland and with refugee communities in the USA to support sustainability of Indigenous knowledge, prevention of biopiracy of traditional medicine plants and on the topic of trust of allopathic medicine in remote communities.

Andrew is a photographer and filmmaker based in Oxford, UK. Specializing in tropical forests and primates, he is a highly experienced climber and regularly uses rope access techniques to gain an eye-level perspective on his subjects. He regularly works with conservation charities and NGOs, providing photography and videography to support and promote their work, and his images have been published in many prestigious publications including National Geographic and BBC Wildlife Magazine. He has also received two awards in the Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition.

Filemon has life-long experience working with guests visiting the Mentawai Islands and currently serves in the field as a cultural education facilitator for the Suku Mentawai Foundation. He is also a local guide who joined the Indonesian Tourist Guide Association - Himpunan Pramuwisata Indonesia (HPI).
Yan is the chairman of the Yayasan Pendidikan Budaya Mentawai (Suku Mentawai Foundation), a nonprofit organization engaged in Mentawai cultural and ecological education. Through his current leadership, Suku Mentawai Foundation has established 6 cultural schools spread across various villages on the island of Siberut and launched the first edition of the Mentawai Rereiket dialeg dictionary in collaboration with Australian partner Indigenosu Education Foundation (IEF). In 2018 he was invited to be a speaker at the Bali International Indigenous Celebration Festival, he presented cultural education programs and motivated representatives of indigenous peoples from various countries to continue to preserve the culture and identity of indigenous peoples in all parts of the world.
Martison is a media team at the Suku Mentawai Foundation and a student of sustainable tourism at Trisakti Tourism Collage. Martison is also a filmmaker and in 2019 his film was selected to be one of the films that appeared and was invited to the Bali International Indigenous Film Festival (BIIFF). He is also the founder of the Mentawai Authentic Travel agency which is designed to protect and empower culture, environment and share benefits across the Mentawai Tribe community.
Robby was a young tour guide when he was in junior and high school. After he finished high school he continued his education in college majoring in English. Through his life experience as a guide and traces of his education he has become a professional guide and translator in local dialects who has handled many projects such as research, filmmaking, and expeditions.
Carissa is a director of photography based in Brooklyn, but is often elsewhere on assignment. After graduating from NYU's Tisch School, she spent years traveling North America and beyond shooting short documentaries for Vice on HBO. She uses sharp journalistic instincts and an eye for detail to specialize in vérité filmmaking. An adventurous spirit and lover of nature, Carissa is always out in the world with her camera by her side.
Acoustic and Audio Visual consultant at Arup, Caulkins works with world class architects to design concert halls, theaters, museums, and airports internationally as well as designing Augmented/Virtual Reality environments. Caulkins has produced immersive sound installations shown at the Pompidou Center, PS1 MoMa, London V&A, Rubin Museum and the Sydney Opera House, and collaborated with composers, architects and sound artists worldwide.

Inter-disciplinary conceptual artist and an adventurer, Lindsay was the first artist in residence at the SETI Institute (Search for Extra Terrestrial Intelligence). Lindsay received a Guggenheim Fellowship for his "CARBON" camera-less photographic process. His first book Mentawai Shaman: Keeper of the Rain Forest (Aperture, 1992) chronicles his decade long inter-action with one of the great Mentawai healer-hunters.
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