Who We Are…
Trailing wild is a media production house based out of Bengaluru. We make films on natural history and wildlife conservation. We believe every story about our natural world is worth showing and worth watching. Having started off our journey as wildlife enthusiasts, we have been pushing the envelope of conservation through our films. Our young and a small team, though from varied backgrounds, have a single minded approach to spreading the myriad tales of our natural world to the global audience through the words of the very people who are working on the ground, in the midst of these conservation battles. We help spread the many little and big stories that inspired you, our videos represent your work.
Our content specialist and story teller, Malemleima Ningombi is a masters in environmental science and has worked on various wildlife projects with the Wildlife Institute of India (WII). Sumanth Kuduvalli, an award winning filmmaker and natural history cameraman is the creative director. George Thengummoottil, our editing consultant, is an award winning filmmaker and editor. Sharath Bharadwaj is our Marketing Partner, an entrepreneur is the CEO of Zevcore Private Limited is key to reaching our global audience.
Our team has filmed the rare and the endangered for the very first time ever “The Return of Sangai” (link), worked with tribes in the deep non-descript forests of North-East India “The Naga Pride” (Link), Filmed on elephant backs “How to count Rhinos” (link) and on the second highest peak “Goecha La: In Search of Kangchenjunga”(Link).
Be it with the forest dwelling communities of India “Communities and Sustainability” (link) or the bull frogs “Wonders of the Monsoon” (link). The Himalayan foothills “Singalila” (link) or the Western Ghats “Western Ghats Program” (link), our team has its presence across India and in its surroundings. We have worked with scientists, conservationists, activists, NGO’s internationally and in India trailing the wild as we go forward.
Filmmaker and Editor