Izzy Sasada is a journalist, film-maker and photographer. She holds a first-class Anthropology and English Literature degree from Durham University and her work focuses predominantly on our changing relationship with the natural world.
Izzy has worked on productions at Al Jazeera English and The Economist, and her work has taken her to remote locations, from investigating the impact of trophy hunting on communities in the Kalahari, to the illegal gold mining industry in the Peruvian Amazon
In October 2022 she presented her journalistic research at the EU parliament in Brussels, and in 2021 she was the youngest keynote speaker at Sharjah’s international photography festival ‘Xposure’.
Her written work has been published in The Guardian, Africa Geographic, the Journal of African Elephants and Earth.org.