Neel Zaver is a distinguished Creative, using his background in biology and love for photography, since 2017, he has been a prominent figure in science communication through social media, leveraging his expertise to engage and educate a global audience. Over the past decade, he has delved into diverse biological disciplines, from co-authoring a paper on developmental biology unraveling gene receptor dynamics in spiders to serving as an editor in SpringerNature, a leading scientific publisher.
Neel’s commitment to conservation has taken him on remarkable journeys, from safeguarding sea turtles to championing the cause of Asian elephants. Embracing the digital frontier of science, he transitioned into the role of an Eco consultant, harnessing the power of digital media to advocate for ecological and conservation awareness. He has provided support to organizations such as How Many Elephants, offering strategic guidance in the realm of digital media and now stands as a Global Guardian for the esteemed charity International Animal Rescue.
His portfolio features collaborations with renowned organizations like WWF, BirdLife International, Timberland, Visit California, and Costa Rica. With work gracing esteemed publications including Wanderlust magazine, The Sun, The Daily Mail, and Vogue.
A sought-after speaker, Neel has addressed audiences at Meta, World Travel Market, and The Photography Show. His contributions earned recognition from the BBC and the United Nations.
With a dedicated following of over 160 thousand, Neel employs his expertise in biology, photography, and digital media to continually educate on vital topics such as green travel, environmental preservation, conservation, sustainability, and wildlife, resonating profoundly with his global audience.