Nature Video Production is Our Passion

Nature Wildlife and Environmental Video ProductionOur nature, wildlife, environmental and science video productions have placed Ravenswood Media at the forefront of the natural history documentary.

We strive to find the exotic in the familiar, whether it’s the caves of the Hoosier National Forest or sea otters off the coast of California. Our crews are small and can react quickly to the vagaries of location filming.

We draw attention to conservation and environmental health issues through well-crafted programs. We provide a medium for scientists to share their research with the general public and reach new audiences through existing and emerging technologies.

Ravenswood Media has high production standards as well as a deep commitment to our clients’ needs. Give us a call to find out how we can bring your message to a global audience.

About Us


Our Recent Films

Protect People, Protect Bats, Avoid Rabies! This short film explains the connection between human health, bat health, and the environment and how best to avoid a rabies exposure. Bats are experiencing unprecedented threats from white-nose syndrome and wind energy. We lose over 25,000 bats each year in the United States to rabies testing. Learn how to live safely with bats while increasing your awareness of rabies prevention.

Sharon is a fine artist who specializes in stained glass, sculpture, and printmaking.


Our Recent Podcasts

Dr. Julius Nziza

Nature, Wildlife, and Environmental Video ProductionDr. Julius Nziza, head veterinarian for the Gorilla Doctors in Rwanda, is working everyday toward promoting the “One Health” paradigm, which recognizes the interconnectedness of the health of wildlife and humans.

Dr. Kirsten Gilardi

Nature, Wildlife, and Environmental Video ProductionVeterinarian Kirsten Gilardi knows what it takes to protect all creatures great and small — endangered mountain gorillas, sea birds, marine mammals and more. She approaches health problems with the understanding that we’re all connected as “one.”