About Moving Animals
We - Amy and Paul - are documentary photographers, videographers, and activists, who founded Moving Animals in 2018. Since then, we’ve been witnessing, documenting, and archiving practices within animal industries around the world.
Prior to starting Moving Animals, we worked at PETA UK (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals), where we saw first-hand the impact that photos and footage has on raising awareness of animal rights. We spent much of 2018 in Sri Lanka, India, and the UK, documenting animals used for food and entertainment, with our work being featured by The Independent, UNILAD, PETA, Responsible Travel, Mail Online, and many more.
We believe that powerful visuals and effective storytelling have the power to change mindsets, and so we work hard to ensure that our visual content is covered in some of the most engaged-with and far-reaching platforms. We also provide free-to-use photographs and footage for organisations, activists, media desks, and social media platforms, as well as being available for hire to document specific issues on an exclusive basis.
We hope that every view our visuals receive, holds the promise to make the world a kinder place for animals, one person at a time.
The Moving Animals project relies on the support of generous individuals and foundations. To help us continue telling the stories of animals, please consider making a donation.
In The News:
Photographing the Undeniable Suffering on Factory Farms, Sentient Media, June 2019
These Activists Quit Their Jobs To Travel The World And Document Animal Exploitation, Vegan First, May 2019
Activist Couple Quit Jobs To Photograph Plight Of Animals Around The World, Veg News, April 2019
Fotógrafos documentam o sofrimento dos animais ao redor do mundo, Quebra Do Silêncio, April 2019
Moving Animals Launches Website, All-Creatures.org, March 2019
Moving Animals Launches Website, Culture and Animals Foundation, March 2019
The Vegan Couple Who Quit Their Jobs to Travel the World Photographing Animals, Vilda Magazine, March 2019
Vegan Activists Document Horrific Animal Suffering Around The World, Plant Based News, March 2019