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At WUI Productions, we offer a vast array of experience using photography to communicate complex stories and messages. From individual photographs that can transport you to a specific place and time to intricate photostories that connect the audience to a subject, WUI Productions can produce photography for your next project, campaign, or website.

The Beyond the Soil interactive geographically organized photo essay was published and nominated as a finalist for most creative storytelling at the Planet Forward Summit. This story showcases WUI Productions' ability to combine photography and multimedia to tell intriguing and in-depth stories.

Click on the arrows or the different location markers to interact with the story map.

Conservation Wildlife Photography

In addition to capturing video to tell stories about science and conservation, photographic images can also play a vital role in engaging audiences and sharing these same stories. 

For example, images of wildlife and the habitats they live in can be used to tell a story when video is not available, enhance the overall story through a multimedia experience, or bring to life a website, social platform, or physical exhibit or space through photo prints. 

Matthew Ross is an experienced conservation and wildlife photographer who brings these skills to WUI Productions to help further share your story, communicate conservation, and capture the attention of your audience. 

Amazing from Afar Research Photography

With Forbes and Ross gaining research experience while working on their Masters of Science degrees in Journalism and Media Communication at Colorado State University, WUI Productions offers research photography and video data for your study.

In this example, Eric was a Research Photographer for the Amazing from Afar campaign during a month-long study on the Big Island of Hawaii about human interactions with spinner dolphins. During this study, the research team worked with local stakeholders and big government organizations like the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) to create a comprehensive study.

Fort Collins Loveland Water District Site Photos

This project Eric did in collaboration with V3 Media for the Fort Collins Loveland Water District (FCLWD) is a good representation of the wildland-urban interface and how it is involved in people's everyday lives. This project utilized high dynamic range (HDR) photos to showcase how FCLWD's water towers, tanks, and pump stations can integrate into the landscape smoothly, and their sites are well taken care of.

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