Academy Award nominee Robert Nixon leads film crews to the Earth’s furthest corners to capture compelling stories of tribal peoples, threatened habitats and endangered species. His captivating films illustrate humankind’s connection to our environment and highlight the urgency of making peace with nature. His powerful stories have touched and inspired millions and brought crucial worldwide attention and resources to scientists and species in dire need. Notable productions include, Amazon Diary, On The Trail of the Giant Panda, The Last Bushmen, Real Jaws, Ancient Nomads, The End of the Game, Elephant Diary, If I Can Do This… I Can Do Anything, Last Word From Paradise, Gorillas In The Mist, America the Beautiful, Endangered Species, The Last Rivermen, The Lord God Bird, Great White Highway, American Heroes, Mission Blue and Sea of Hope. Nixon’s cutting edge contributions in film and conservation have been widely recognized including an Academy Award Nomination, five Emmy Awards, the President’s Service Medal by President Bill Clinton, “Hero of the Planet” by the National Geographic Society, “Educator of the Year” by Chesapeake Bay Foundation, by the Walter Cronkite Award and as a Hometown Hero by WETA. Mr. Nixon’s work has been profiled on “Now with Bill Moyers”, “60 Minutes”, People Magazine, The Washington Post, The New York Times, ABC World News Tonight, PBS, NPR’s All Things Considered, CBS Morning News, National Geographic Channel and media outlets around the world.