Many years ago, before we were shooting in HD, we used to do an online animal show, "Jason's Jungle", which was hosted at "Nolan's Pop Culture Review". The series showcased animal rescues and zoos which allowed interaction with animals and helped educate people on wildlife conservatoin. Our budget was nothing and often times my wife and I were the only crew.
We still enjoy photographing and filming animals and wildlife and we're looking to do an HD video magazine and quarterly newsletter, "Animal Excursions". That show will eventually be hosted here, but for now it will showcase some clip videos from our personal trips and old episodes of "Jason's Jungle".
This is a montage that was included among several along with some video of speakers at an event held here in Florida last year.
We love animals at HFP and are alway grateful for the opportunity to work with groups that help them.
This is a short episode of the old show shot at Safari's Sanctuary back in 2005.
They are still there, helping animals, so visit them online and find out how to stay there and maybe even volunteer!
Actress Michelle Tomlinson talks about her love of animals and visit to "Wolf Mountain Sanctuary".
See the rest of her interview at http://www.cultgoddessmagazine.com
Meet a lion.
In Above we have some old some episodes of our SD show, "Jason's Jungle". Some of them may have been shot and edited for audiences that still used dial-up, so the episodes were kept very short and compressed into video formats which are all but extinct now. Please keep that in mind when viewing and look for our more current content when looking for samples of our work.
The older shows are included largely because the places we filmed at are still there and still need visitors and supporters to continue their work with animals.
Some videos may even be rough cuts of vacation footage. Basically, for now, all of my animal videos that I wish to showcase will go here. I'll strive to include the important information in the descriptions.
We encourage animal rescues to contact us if you'd like to be included as part of the new show or magazine. There is no cost to you for being on the show if you qualify. In most cases we look for non-profits that do rescue work and allow visitors. We prefer places that work to educate the public on conservation.
Our email link is at the bottom of the page.