Our Story

The Project

Biome media currently has two goals:

  1. Cultivate an interest in the world of Zoology and Ecology.

  2. Explore ways to help raise fund for species at risk

Currently, creating fascinating wildlife content in written, audio and video formats work together to help build awareness and a community to make the two goals possible.

What are the next steps?

The next steps are building the community. Let us know if and how you want to get involved. We are always looking for suggestions and comments and please spread the word with your friends.

You can find us on social media @biome.media on Instagram and @biome_media on twitter.


Biome is the brainchild of Graeme Hull who grew up in Africa. He spent much of his time surrounded by the local wildlife watching rhinos graze or being near cheetahs. Some of his favourite memories are walking through the bush at sunset and hearing the antelope snorting. It was because of these moments and many others that Graeme knew he wanted to work with animals when he got older. While working towards a zoology degree in Canada, Graeme found a passion in wildlife and nature photography. He was also able to work for the zoology department cataloguing the huge collection of natural history pieces. From working with snails that are found on the shore of a handful of small ponds in the rocky mountains to caring for one of only five living species of lungfish. Upon receiving his degree, Graeme had two goals. He was determined to help rare species in need and help build a fascination in the natural world. A world that can be stranger than our wildest imagination or cuter than our best dreams. Graeme started Biome with these goals in mind. Since then, it has grown to include a bi-monthly podcast and weekly blog while exploring ways to raise funds for species at risk like rhino, elephants, orangutans, sharks and others.