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Feral Film Productions produces high-quality film, photography and online media.

We specialise in cutting-edge promotional films, using the latest technology and techniques designed to captivate and inspire.

We also field produce for international film crews with our extensive experience and knowledge of East Africa.

We work closely with our clients to create and deliver projects across a range of services, including documentaries, events, travel and tourism, wildlife conservation and fundraising, corporate marketing, and aerial surveying and mapping.

Get in touch with our team today to find out more about what we can do for you.

About us


Meet the team

Jimmy Greenwood

Creative Director

Originally from the UK and resident in Kenya for 25 years, Jimmy Greenwood first arrived in Africa to work in wildlife conservation in 1994.

He began film-making 2002 whilst running Greystoke Mahale, Tanzania and guiding guests to experience the resident habituated chimpanzee population.

Having worked at various wildlife reserves and sanctuaries in East Africa, he settled on the slopes of Mount Kenya filming and producing promotional films for eco-tourism and wildlife conservation.

Jimmy is also a keen photographer and his work includes wildlife, reportage, portraits, and commercial imagery. His main aim with all of these genres is to produce images that are unique and engaging.

Joan Muraya

Office and Operations Admin

Joan moved from Nairobi to Nanyuki to join our team.  She manages all logistical and administrative matters at FFP, as well as assisting with marketing and research.

She has been a home-based transcriptionist and researcher for 4 years and previously worked as an Office Administrator at Softage-Adept International.

Joan has a diploma in Accounting and Finance from Decatic Commercial College, Gaborone Botswana where she lived, worked and studied for 2 years.

She loves adventurous road trips and wants to climb Mount Kenya and skydive at least once in her life time.

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Jim Bishop

Director of Photography

A seasoned consummate professional, Jim has worked on soap operas, commercials, music videos and documentaries in Kenya for twenty years.

Recently he has become an indispensible part of the BBC dynasties team and is specialising in wildlife, shooting on his Red Helium 8k.

Joan Wandegi

Voice over artist

Originally from Nairobi, Joan has settled in Nanyuki where she works for the Laikpia Wildlife Forum. 

She attained a masters degree at the University of Canberra and subsequently worked as corporate communications specialist at Sarova Hotels.

  She only recently discovered her skills as a narrator when recording a voice over for a promotional film for LWF and has since recorded voice-overs for Feral Film including a short piece for the inaugural Giants Club summit.

Eugene Kaiga

Media Assistant

Eugene studied Broadcast journalism at Star Media Institute and communication at Andrew Crawford Media School, where he majored in TV production.

He has a great deal of experience in camera work and film direction but sees himself mainly a video editor. 

He believes that, “Life is not a destination but a continuous journey and growth process. We are all always under construction.”

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