Deej Phillips


deej phillips climate filmmaker

Passionate about making documentary films about the climate crisis that resonate with people on an emotional level.

Deej Phillips is a documentary filmmaker with over eight years of experience, specialising in capturing cinematic footage to tell compelling personal stories. He shines a light on environmental and humanitarian issues all over the world, with the aim of creating meaningful impact through his films.

Recently, his focus has been to communicate the human cost of the climate crisis and its urgency through his documentaries, which has also led to opportunities to talk about his work at various events like a TEDx event in 2020. His most recent work is a feature-length climate change documentary called ‘The Weight of Water’ filmed in Nepal.

He is passionate about ensuring there is a high level of authenticity in his films and strives to capture stories from an intimate and engaging perspective.

The Weight of Water: The Human Cost of Climate Crisis – Trailer
Rescued by the Rainforest
Life After the Floods
Why I Capture Wildlife
Sofia Hadjiosif
Sofia Hadjiosif

I've always cared about the planet but never knew how I could use my skills to create an impact. But that's when I decided to start Terra Movement. To get other creatives involved in the climate movement and inspire more people to help the planet and its people.