His interest in film led him to discover Greenpop. “I saw one of their videos online and thought it was very well done. I looked into applying to volunteer for Greenpop’s Festival of Action in Zambia and then I saw they had intern positions available.”
Alec had been busy on various projects for Greenpop, his favourite having been filming and editing a “How to Plant a Tree” video. “There were a lot of moving elements that had to go into it. I learned how to do things in video editing that I’ve never done before and it was a fun learning experience.”
At only 17, Alec is already an accomplished photographer and filmmaker. He’s serious about film and photography and has produced fantastic work. Visit his website and follow him on Facebook, Twitter,Instagram and Youtube.
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The Healing Value of Spending Time in Nature19 FEBRUARY, 2021By Charlotte Mostert Being in Nature has so many benefits for us. Something profound that Friedrich Nietzsche once said is, “We like to be out in nature so much because it has no opinion on us.” Remember...
This July, Greenpop has partnered with CAN DO! to explore the environmental impact of aluminium cans, and whether cans are a more sustainable alternative to plastic. In order to do so, we also have to investigate the impact of glass and plastic.
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