Leading universities & institutions are thrilled to host screenings of my films.
Leading universities & institutions are thrilled to host screenings of my films. I lead interactive, educational discussions and share insight from my experiences as a film director in biologically-diverse places like Borneo and the Indonesian Archipelago.
Explore A Screening
I would definitely recommend working with Jocelyn to arrange a film screening for your institution or organization!
- Tara, L&C Events Director
In light of current times, virtual screenings of “Survival of the Sun Bears” along with virtual Q & A sessions are available.
To produce this film, Jocelyn spent a year documenting the extraordinary behaviors of sun bears and other unique wildlife in the rainforests of Borneo.
The film covers the ecology of sun bears in a rainforest ecosystem. It also covers the threats sun bears face as an endangered species. This film shares how we can all play a part in their conservation and the protection of their rainforest habitat.
Formally trained in wildlife science and photojournalism, I am passionate about crafting storytelling films that promote our global stewardship of the natural world. When I'm not behind the camera, you can find me exploring tropical rainforests in search of new species or surfing waves alongside sea turtles and manta rays.
As a filmmaker, I have contributed to National Geographic, the BBC, Mongabay.com, The United States Embassy of Malaysia, Health in Harmony, Common Seas, Bornean Sun Bear Conservation Centre, Raleigh International, Bear Trust International, Sabah Wildlife Department, Future Alam Borneo and Borneo Futures.