Wednesday, November 17, at 2:00 p.m. EDT / 11:00 a.m. PDT
Join us and learn from Karol Orzechowski all about the video series from Faunalytics that captures the data you need most.
Faunalytics identifies, summarizes, and shares hundreds of studies a year that answer questions relevant to animal advocacy. Research topics include effective advocacy, animals used in food, companion animals, animals used in science, and wildlife conservation.
Since 2020, Karol’s been producing Faunalytics Explains, a series on YouTube that packages research studies into videos between one-and-a-half and three minutes long. The videos include all the relevant context and information that animal advocates need while remaining as brief and easy-to-understand as possible.
During the LIVE session, you can ask Karol questions about Faunalytics‘ work, how the video series can support you as an advocate, and how to create videos of your own. You’ll also be able to access the recording after the event is over.
We’ll be live on each of the three social platforms below.
More about Karol Orzechowski:
Karol Orzechowski is an animal advocate with a passion for blending activism and art. In addition to producing numerous short films on various animal issues, Karol is the director of Maximum Tolerated Dose, a full-length documentary about the psychological toll of vivisection on both animals and humans. He completed a Bachelor of Environmental Studies and an MA in Communications and Culture at York University, writing theses on nationalism and the Atlantic seal hunt, and Canadian rodeo culture, respectively. When he’s not working for Faunalytics, Karol is usually planning, hosting, or performing events in his local arts scene, or playing with Raoul the rescue dog.