Jack Harries

Filmmaker, Photographer, Environmentalist, Founder


About Jack

Jack grew up in a family of filmmakers and storytellers.

At the age eighteen he built up a successful YouTube channel and production company gaining over four million subscribers worldwide. Jack has used this platform consistently to raise awareness of mental health, forced migration and environmental issues.

Over the course of his work Jack has travelled to Greenland, Somaliland, Bhutan, Borneo and Kiribati to tell stories from the front lines of Climate Change. His work has been featured in publications such as The Guardian and won various awards.

Jack is a global ambassador for WWF, an Antarctic Ambassador for Greenpeace and is associated with UNEP (United Nations Environmental Program) and PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals). He recently graduated with a Masters Degree in documentary film from UCL.

Jack has given multiple talks on Climate Change at events and conferences around the world, and interviewed some of the leading voices on the topic including broadcaster Sir David Attenborough and journalist David Wallace Wells.

Jack’s has been interviewed on the BBC by Victoria Derbyshire and CNN by Christiane Amanpour