Northern Sumatra, Indonesia
Sophia Scott is a filmmaker who has lived and worked all over the world. Together with her sister Georgia, they founded GroundTruth Productions and their work put them in direct contact with a range of extreme environments – from drought in East Africa to conflict in the Middle East in the last decade.
These experiences sparked their drive to create a company with another sister Nina that could effect positive, meaningful change called GroundTruth Global. Together, they saw the opportunity to design a unique and brilliant range of travel goods - GroundTruth RikR - that drive positive change by reducing plastic pollution, improving people’s lives and mitigating their CO2 footprint to become 100% climate positive.
Cat in jungle hut sleeping in my tripod bag.
A river ride deep in the jungle from a dug our canoe.
The anti-poaching team.
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