Steve Geliot

Associate Ecology Expert

Steve Geliot is our go-to expert for the ecology and environment space. He’s a classic polymath, being a practising artist, the MOREVER wildlife cameraman, a published citizen scientist and highly active environmental campaigner. He’s also mildly obsessed with starling ‘murmurations’.

Steve’s sculpture ‘Spiral’, which he created in collaboration with landscape architect, Fiona Atkinson, is stepped on daily by the throngs of people visiting Brighton beach. This work is partly made from the support pillars of the iconic, but now ruined, West Pier. 

In 2019, after being commissioned to create an art trail for RSPB Pulborough Brooks, he began campaigning against chemical and sensory pollution which is harmful to humans and wildlife.

He’s a proponent of Dark Skies and reducing light pollution as well as being co-founder of ‘Save Our Starlings’. He was instrumental in the adoption of nature friendly farming practices across the city downland estate of Brighton and Hove.

Steve has also worked with Arts Council England to create films and social media content for the Forest Of Dean’s UNESCO Biosphere Reserve proposal.

Through this work Steve has become an authority on the protection of wildlife and habitats, he captures amazing flora and fauna on film and operates as a second camera on many of our shoots.

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