Emma Askew is a 22 year-old environmental researcher and film-maker. She is the founder of the environmental platform 'Earth Minutes', and the producer of the recent short film, 'Breakwater'.
After studying Geography (BSc) at Durham University, Emma works full-time as an Environmental Consultant, specialising in soil science. She volunteers as a South West Rep for Surfers Against Sewage, and as an Eco Learning and Education Advisor for Proud to be Green. With previous experience including Countryfile Magazine (BBC), Original Style Ltd and the Brunei Gallery (SOAS), her aim is to communicate current environmental subjects through the creative mediums of photography and film.
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From natural-hazard research in Nepal to producing a short film on Devon's local ocean conservation, Emma's work encapsulates the optimistic side of environmental conservation and research; motivating local to large scale societal action and positive environmental change.
With work published in Devonshire Magazine, Oceanographic Magazine and Devon Life Magazine, see below for more information on recent features.