Rob Whitehair is an award-winning independent filmmaker, wildlife ecologist and conservationist who strives to tell stories that celebrate life and explore the connections between people and the Earth.
Throughout his 17-year filmmaking career, his films have won multiple awards at international festivals and have been broadcast worldwide. In 2005 he made the wildlife film, “Hollywood Fox” for Parthenon Entertainment, National Geographic International, NDR, and Animal Planet. This film about the tiny, endangered San Joaquin Kit Fox aired in over 60 countries. He cites his influences as Jacques Cousteau, Orson Welles, John Wayne, Black Elk, Jackson Pollock and music…any and all types of music. Rob still believes that anything is possible.