Seedlight Pictures

Our role is to serve as a creative reminder of our collective connection to the planet that sustains us.

We work with environmentally focused clients to craft stories that inspire us to renew our relationship to nature and offer a chance to adapt our mindset and our practices.

We hope to tell some of the environmental success stories that inform and guide us toward a culture that embraces mindful, sustainable living.

Clients who have entrusted their story with us: The Nature Conservancy, Patagonia, Maine Farmland Trust, Patagonia Sur, Melimoyu Ecosystem Research Institute, The Chewonki Foundation, Maine Coast Heritage Trust, Middlebury College School of Environment.

Rooting People to the Planet One Picture at a Time


Growing Local

Our adventure on the GROWING LOCAL film series in partnership with Maine Farmland Trust premiered in September at The Camden International Film Festival to a full house and continues to screen through-out Maine in 2015. These stories help us understand the interconnected fates of Maine farming and farmland, consumers and the local food movement. Trailer and site.

The Wild Spirit or “Ray” film

We’ve been documenting the wise and gentle spirit of wilderness guide Ray Reitze in his element amidst the whispering pines, singing crickets and croaking frogs. We’re hoping this film will make people want to go outside in a meaningful, intentional way. Ray, and his philosophy of how to live in health and harmony with the natural world, will be our guide, our example and our inspiration.

Mapping Patagonia

Our latest project is a short film about the great work of Maps for Good in the new Patagonia National Park, and how maps can be a metaphor for our emotional connection to nature—which often needs a guide or helpful nudge in order to reconnect with the physical world. We’ll explore how maps help us to see the bigger picture, and how we fit into it.

Advocacy film and photography for environmental stories

The Team

Tahria Sheather


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Tahria Sheather

Bridget Besaw

Executive Producer, Director

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Bridget Besaw

Daniel Casado

Photographer, Producer, Chile Office

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Daniel Casado


  • Besaw has a way of combining soft light and evocative storytelling into the kinds of films that cause tears to flow, whether it is watching a family struggle with a farm’s future or a pair of optimistic young farmers dance at their rural wedding.

    — Mary Pols, The Source, Portland Press Herald —
  • “Bridget is rare photojournalist who has deep understanding of and passion for investigating the relationship between humans and the natural resources on our planet. Her journalistic expertise and methodology gives her the ability to look intimately at natural resource issues to reveal complex and nuanced stories.

    — Melissa Ryan, Deputy Director & Senior Editor, Photography & Design, Nature Conservancy Magazine —
  • “Bridget Besaw is a talented photojournalist with a sophisticated sense of contemporary conservation needs and principals. Bridget has a remarkable commitment and discipline which she uses to produce strong, targeted photography that tells the conservation story and related human narrative.”

    — Mark Godfrey, Director of Photography, The Nature Conservancy —
  • “Bridget Besaw is one of those enviable women who are blessed with immense talent, a contagious passion, and the entrepreneurial acumen to transform that into a livelihood that sustains her and the planet she cares so deeply for.”

    — Ellen Barone, The Savvy Traveler —
  • “Well…I was in tears for much of the film, Bridget. So much resonated: the barn, the cows, the friction, the determination, the faith, the community around our farms–so, so much. Then, there was the way you ‘see’–I love how you capture the light and the story altogether. Thank you so much for getting these stories out there: both the dedication, the urgency and the important role of our communities in sustaining our rich visions with no capital. Thank you.”

    — Heather Retberg, Quills End Farm —

Our Work

Here is a select handful of works from over 30 films we’ve produced in the last five years.


MERI PatagoniaThe Nature ConservancyMaine Heritage Trust

ChewonkiPatagonia SurWilliamsMiddlebury

Maine Farmland TrustLeicaHoly Cross Blueearth



Inspiring and educating toward a path of sustainability

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