First time feature documentary director looking to use the medium to affect a change for good on our planet.
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A film director, cinematographer, television producer, and wildlife conservationist, Tom Opre has made educating the public on wildlife conservation and stewardships issues a main priority. As the past president of the Professional Outdoor Media Association (POMA), he has worked to help other outdoor communicators and industry leaders understand and present a unified message regarding the top issues facing wildlife conservation today.
A first time feature documentary film director, Opre has had successful career producing and/or directing national television commercial projects for Fortune 500 companies, corporate video and episodic television. In 2015, he wrapped a seven year prime-time run on NBC Sports producing the highest rated, award-winning, television show in the outdoor fieldsports genre, Eye of the Hunter™.
Today, he serves on several non-profit boards including African Children’s Schools and Shepherds of Wildlife Society™. He currently serves as the executive director of the Shepherds of Wildlife Society, a 501,(c)(3), a non-profit with a mission to educate the broader public about the critical importance of modern day wildlife conservation and habitat stewardship on a global scale.
Opre lives in the Flathead Valley of Montana with his family.
College
Grand Valley State University
Communications
19851989
Birth Date
July 25
Nickname
TA
Current City
Whitefish
Hometown
Detroit
Children
four
“Man hasn’t figured out how to be a good neighbor to the rest of the creatures in the world,” Peter Beard (photographer)
First time feature documentary director looking to use the medium to affect a change for good on our planet.
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