Based on a common passion and belief that media is a powerful tool for creating social change, All Living Things was founded by JoAnne Fishburn, Katherine Crawley, Colin Maltby and Holly Lubbock.
Having moved on to other pursuits the company continues to be run by JoAnne Fishburn.
comes from a background in international press and communications working with third world governments and major corporations. Deeply affected by her experiences, she became involved in socially conscious, politically aware filmmaking and its role as a tool for social change. She has worked with some of the UKs most well-reputed and promising new directors, scooping a number of awards along the way, becoming part of a new movement of social entrepreneurs using media for outreach and community engagement.
has worked in both feature film production and financing as well as documentary film making. She has worked on projects for leading companies in North America, including HBO and Buena Vista, as well as National Film Board of Canada, History Television and Discovery. For the last four years, JoAnne has been building outreach and public engagement strategies and helping filmmakers increase the impact of their films.
has achieved success as an editor and then director with some of the UKs top production companies making programmes and award winning documentaries spanning an array of subjects; from arts and culture to the human condition.
was originally a lighting designer for international theatre and dance, but then changed direction and is now an international trusts and finance lawyer, working on high level projects worldwide. He trained at Theodore Goddard, went on to become a partner at Blake Lapthorn, and then director of the in-house legal team at Stonehage.
Our history is littered with inspirational figures that fought for our human rights, now it's time to draw on timely vision and wisdom and recognize that protecting the planet (and all living things) we protect ourselves.
All contributions to All Living Things go towards creating social issue-based media and effecting real change through outreach and community engagement.