I am collaborative in my approach and have partnered with many photographers, charities, publishers and businesses to produce features, content, books, speeches and communications’ projects.
My long-standing interests include man’s relationship with nature, remote places and travel, wildlife conservation and indigenous cultures and I am committed to issues relating to the natural world and our place in it. See ‘selected work’ here: https://www.joannaeede.com/about-me/
My features have been published in many global publications including: National Geographic, The Times, BBC Wildlife, Observer, Guardian, Condé Nast, Daily Mail, Independent, Independent on Sunday, The Atlantic, Huffington Post, The Geographical, Travel Africa and syndicated in many languages.
In 2011, I was invited to join National Geographic Voices as a regular contributor.
I have created collaborative photographic anthologies designed to engage new audiences with the natural world, including ‘We are One: A Celebration of Tribal Peoples’ (for Survival International, published by Quadrille, 2009), and ‘Portrait of England’ (for the Campaign to Protect Rural England, published by Think Publishing, 2006). Click here for book details.
In 2010, actor Sir Mark Rylance directed a one-off theatre performance for Survival International based on ‘We are One’ at the Apollo Theatre, London, with actors including Gillian Anderson, Emilia Fox, Julie Christie, Derek Jacobi and Michael Gambon. Click here.
My talks on the power of storytelling to raise awareness of the natural world include sessions at the Hay Festival, Royal Geographical Society’s ‘Explore’ conference, Falmouth University and the Bristol Natural History Consortium.