Meet Top African Conservation Leaders as They Present 3 Groundbreaking Documentaries -

Followed by a conversation led by Klara Glowczeska, executive editor of Town & Country


Join an all star panel of African conservation leaders in a special conversation and screening of three documentaries by the following organizations:

    The PAMS Foundation: has achieved unprecedented successes leading to reduced trafficking of elephant in Tanzania. The support they provide in Tanzania for illegal wildlife trafficking has been a game changer, leading to many big arrests, stiff prison sentences and a significant reduction in elephant poaching.

    African Parks: African Parks is a non-profit conservation organization that takes on the complete responsibility for the rehabilitation and long-term management of national parks in partnership with governments and local communities. They currently manage 12 national parks and protected areas in eight countries covering seven million hectares: Benin, Central African Republic, Chad, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Malawi, the Republic of Congo, Rwanda and Zambia. Price Harry just became the President of African Parks.


Klara Glowczeska, Moderator
Executive Editor, Town & Country
As the Executive Editor, Klara has focused on meaningful conservation stories and partnered with celebrities such as Prince Harry and Uma Thurman to bring attention to important conservations stories. Several of the articles Glowczewska edited, also during her time as Editor-in-Chief of Condé Nast Traveler, were nominated for National Magazine Awards

Krissie Clark
President, PAMS Foundation
Krissie Clark grew up in Africa and has been working in the conservation field for 15 years. She is an ecologist by training, and has been focusing primarily on elephant protection for the last 6 years. She is a founding director of PAMS Foundation Tanzania which has been instrumental in fighting the Tanzanian poaching crisis.

Andrew Parker
Director Conservation Development, African Parks
Andrew has 17 years’ experience in conservation management and operations and was previously the Chief Executive of the Sabi Sand Wildtuin and Welgevonden Game Reserve where financial management and security programmes and initiatives to combat rhino poaching were included in his long list of responsibilities. Appointed to the position of Joint-Operations Director at African Parks head office in November 2013, Andrew Parker is responsible for policies and practices at six protected areas in the portfolio.


Black Beans Productions has played a large role in creating powerful content for various high-end lodges and hotels across Africa and has also been involved in various NGO and conservation projects; telling stories for those unable to tell their own stories.

James Suter
Director & Producer
James' career has been founded on a passion for conservation and wildlife. After working for many years as a Field Guide across Africa, he has developed his skills as a Photographer and Filmmaker and works closely with Black Bean Productions’ clients to craft a unique end-product.

Oli Caldow
Director of Photography
With 10 years of experience in the film industry, Oli has developed a distinctive visual style. His use of compelling imagery communicates subtle underlying themes with sensitivity and creative excellence; something he has developed over time working on high-end productions both in South Africa and abroad.