Jungles in Paris
Jungles in Paris tells stories about nature and culture. We use a range of media to explore planet Earth in all its multi-colored diversity, with a special focus on roots and place. Spotlighting craft, culture, geography and wildlife, we aim to celebrate subjects—human and non-human alike—that are often at risk of extinction in a globalized, growth-driven 21st century.
We prioritize the local, the endemic, the time-honored, and the meaningful. Rather than pure advocacy, we practice purpose-driven media. We aim in our work to restore a sense of enchantment around the things that matter, employing creative nonfiction methods to propose a more enlightened way of engaging with the ecosystems and cultural possibilities around us.
People are saying
“An artistic armchair travel platform.”
New York Times
“[One of the] best independent travel magazines.”
“Stunningly beautiful video postcards.”
“A reminder that the world is still full of surprises.”
“Beautiful photography and films on the cultures, crafts and wildlife of the world.”
“Travel videos worth a damn.”
“Cool-as-shit armchair travel.”
The Last Magazine
“Video and photo essays that deeply investigate the nature of place.”