During a brief stint in Sydney earlier this year, I worked with the new Sydney bureau of The New York Times on several 360 experiences for the newspaper’s Daily 360 channel. The Bold & the Beautiful are a fixture at my local beach of Manly….for almost ten years they have been doing the Manly to Shelly swim each morning at sunrise, and are a distinct, familiar mass of bright pink caps in the dawn light around Fairy Bower…
The short film I produced with Bridget Besaw and Seedlight Pictures is premiering this month at the Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital. Marty and Ross took on the task of mapping Patagonia Park, a conservation project first embarked upon by Kris Tompkins’ Conservacion Patagonica more than ten years ago. This film was a chance to explore the power of maps in conservation through the eyes of three dedicated conservationists…
Last month I traveled to Gabon with National Geographic Explorers Helle Olsen and Uri Golman, a photographic duo amidst a five-year project to document the world’s last remaining wild places. Gabon is the home of the last remaining healthy populations of mandrills, a monkey made famous by the Lion King’s Rafiki in the early 1990s. The males exhibit colors that are out of control – blues and reds not seen anywhere else in nature…
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Tahria is a commercial and documentary producer based in Portland, Oregon. Hailing originally from, Sydney, Australia, she has worked in remote locations in over 15 countries across the world.
Tahria produces branded content, investigative journalism and TV and online series for brands like Ledlenser, Chaco Footwear and Travel Oregon, media outlets like National Geographic and PBS, and non-profits including The Nature Conservancy, Maine Farmland Trust and Neighborhood Centers Inc.
Tahria’s recent work with National Geographic includes producing a broadcast series following the path of human evolution through the horn of Africa, the Middle East, Asia and Africa; a branded content series for the Adventure online magazine and an investigative story with two Explorers in central Africa.
With collaborators like Seedlight Pictures and Maser Films, she acts as the master logistician throughout pre-, in-field and post-production stages of each project. She is as capable behind the camera as she is crafting story in the editing suite.
Tahria’s films have received recognition at various film festivals, including…
Finalist, Eric Moe Sustainability Award, 2015 Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital
Best Documentary Short, 2015 California International Shorts Festival
Best Environmental Short, 2015 Mountain Film Festival
Official selection, 2016 + 2014 Camden International Film Festival
Official selection, 2014 Wild & Scenic Film Festival
Official selection, 2014 Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival
Official selection, 2013 Banff Mountain Film Festival
Read about some of Tahria’s recent adventures in an interview with travel blog Travels With Nina here.
Read a recent interview about Tahria’s life in the outdoors with Sisu Girls here.
Follow her on Instagram here.
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