About Enlightened Media

What We Do


At Enlightened Media we produce high quality ethically and environmentally inspired photography and film for network, corporate and community clients.

Our productions help small businesses to increase turnover, charities to get their message across, and large companies to make the most of their Corporate Social Responsibility budgets.


We also have a particular flair for turning complex messages into accessible and entertaining programming that appeals to a wide network tv audience.

Our Ethical Stance


Our mission is to make a positive difference: to like-minded businesses, to the lives of those we work with, and to the planet. We only take on projects that we believe are worthwhile, and put our heart, soul and sense of humour into each and every one.


We strive to exceed our clients’ high expectations, and always work in a supportive and creative atmosphere where credit and rewards are shared fairly.

Our Community & Conservation Commitment


We are mindful of the environment and actively support community and conservation initiatives wherever we work. So, when we can afford to, Enlightened Media donates time, resources and a percentage of its profits to projects and charities whose work we admire.


Please see our Community Film page to view some of the films we have donated, or click on the logos to find out more about the brilliant initiatives whose work we support.


Please also note that the support Enlightened Media offers to charities is only made possible by our corporate clients continuing to work with us, so that we can donate a proportion of our time, resources and profits to supporting brilliant organisations.


...so a very big THANK YOU to all our corporate clients!

Fundraising Update


In the first 6 months of 2016 our films have helped charities including Lifespan, St Oswald's Hospice and the Children's Heart Unit Fund to raise over £635,000 here in the UK.


We are also donating 10% of profits from sales of our fine art prints to our featured conservation charity, Gorilla Doctors in Rwanda, and are currently planning a film project with the Kwazulu Natal Black Rhino Monitoring Project in South Africa.

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