“Look Into My Eyes” Debut Music Video by Jytte Fredholm Ferreira, Artist with A Passion for Wildlife

Together with two American Musicians Rich Harper and Jake Hill, Jytte Fredholm Ferreira composed and produced her first song “Look Into My Eyes”

Music has got the capability to touch the hearts of people in a unique and emotional way. ~Jytte Fredholm Ferreira

Jytte Fredholm Ferreira

Jytte Fredholm Ferreira is a professional Wildlife Photographer, Interspecies Communicator, Anti-Poaching Ranger, Tracker, speaker and writer. She is based in South Africa but spends much of her time in the bush on photographic expeditions and has travelled extensively in southern and Central Africa over the past 25 years.

Jytte Fredholm Ferreira’s website http://www.jyttefredholmferreira.com

She is deeply involved in conservation and has won the prestigious award from SKÅL International for media and Conservation, for ten years she held the office as Director of Conservation and Education for SA’n White Shark research institute where she was active both locally and internationally in the conservation of Sharks and the Marine environment.

Photograph credit Jytte Fredholm Ferreira. Photograph courtesy of Jytte Fredholm Ferreira.

She writes for Africa Geographic and various other media. She has been featured in a number of documentaries by Discovery channel, Animal Planet, Kika network and SVT (Swedish Television). Jytte works intensely to create better understanding and awareness surrounding the plight of both Animals and Nature. In 2017 Jytte and her family also partook in the very popular program for Swedish television “familjer på äventyr” that showed as a series of 6 episodes. During the summer of 2017 Jytte was also a “Sommar pratare”on Sveriges radio

Jytte is an Expert Tracker and has undergone her tracking education and trained with Conny Andersson (Trained with Apache Indians) founder of Tracker School Sweden. Conny Andersson is considered to be one Europe’s absolute best and most skillful trackers practicing the art of Apache Tracking one of the world’s most ancient and advanced arts in tracking.

Tracking is an amazing way of getting closer to nature and its inhabitants. When we learn to read the signs in nature such as spoor on the ground, smells, sounds, silence, it is like opening a book filled with vital and highly interesting information. It connects us to what is happening around us while searching for the meaning, connection and coherency in all the presenting clues.

Jytte Fredholm Ferreira photographing a bull elephant. Photograph courtesy of Jytte Fredholm Ferreira.

We strive to combine the heightened awareness of all our senses, and as we become acutely aware of signs and movements, or stillness we begin to build a picture and a story which in turn, becomes clearer the more we explore the environment surrounding us.

“We tune into Mother Nature and with all our senses we become aware of another world that might have otherwise passed us by”

Inter-species communication.

Communication is about exchanging information with another being. We do it all the time and in many different ways such as with language, sounds, body language and we send out and receive communication in form of energy/electro magnetic waves.

An intricate science on its own, but in brief, every thought, feeling and intention carries a physical energy that takes on its own frequency, this has been beautifully exposed through quantum physics. As beings we are picking up these frequencies all the time from other fellow beings both humans and animals, sometimes we are aware of them and sometimes not. To successfully communicate with animals, it is essential to access a quiet inner space and to listen beyond the 5 senses. I would say that the most important aspects are, that of intention, love and acceptance. *more to read about this on my website http://www.jyttefredholmferreira.com

Anti-Poaching

Jytte is a licensed APU (Anti-Poaching Unit) ranger belonging to the International Ranger Federation and the European Ranger Federation as well as APU Sweden.

Photograph courtesy of Jytte Fredholm Ferreira

She does anti poaching work in both Africa and Sweden.

Ambassador for the perfect world foundation

Jytte is also a proud ambassador for the “Perfect world foundation” where she shares her appointment with fellow ambassadors like Dr. Jane Goodall, Sarah, Duchess of York, Keith Richardson & Dr. Richard Leakey to name a few.

Music as a means to reach out…

Together with two American Musicians Rich Harper and Jake Hill, Jytte Fredholm Ferreira composed and produced her first song “Look Into My Eyes”

Through music Jytte has found an additional channel of communication where she can reach out to various audience with her message for conservation.

Music is an amazing medium to reach out to the public as 1 song can be played 100, 1000, 100 000, 1.000 000 of times unlimited times. Music has got the capability to touch the hearts of people in a unique and emotional way. Coupled with a music video the messages can be transferred strong, clear and passionate, and has the possibility to be shared, viewed and enjoyed by countless people.

Together with two American Musicians Rich Harper and Jake Hill, she has composed and produced her first song “Look Into My Eyes” (in a string of many to come hopefully)

Photograph credit Jytte Fredholm Ferreira. Photograph courtesy of Jytte Fredholm Ferreira.

Jytte Fredholm Ferreira’s website http://www.jyttefredholmferreira.com

Jytte Fredholm Ferreira. Photograph courtesy of Jytte Fredholm Ferreira.

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