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About Us.


About Us.

Wild expression and beautiful stories - with a mission.

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About Us.


About Us.

Wild expression and beautiful stories - with a mission.

Wool Hat Creative, or WHC, is a company dedicated to wild expression and beautiful stories through film, writing, photography, and art with the added mission of protecting where we play outdoors and making the world a better place. As we create, we follow the Wool Hat Principle where we put on our thinking caps, incubate great ideas, and then release them into the wild only after they pass the test of our ice-cold determination and mission. 

Services include:

  • Film and video work - directing, writing, editing, producing, outdoor guide, or on-screen talent.

    • Videos/film: Promotional, events, documentary/adventure, narrative, and comedy

    • Live streams: we can live stream to Facebook, Youtube, or a RMTP.

  • Photography

    • Adventures, events, or individual shoots

  • Creative direction

    • Unified crafting of story and message to tell your story in the best artistic medium possible

  • Writing

    • Media outreach, copy/messaging, personal narrative/essay, blogging, editorial, and creative writing

  • Industry/campaign consulting

    • Veteran aid in navigating and growing into the outdoor recreation industry, especially the environmental non-profit world

    • Environmental/political campaign leadership/strategy guidance

We are based in Denver, Colorado, but work all over the world.

Please drop us a line if you'd like to:

  • Learn more

  • Pitch new story/project ideas and collaborations

  • Get general, strategic, and creative consulting on your organization and/or campaigns

  • Or just can't wait to work with us!

Photography by Philip Hüffeldt.

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Bio


Founder: Phil Hüffeldt

Bio


Founder: Phil Hüffeldt

Philip Hüffeldt is based in the biggest “mountain town” he could find, Denver, Colorado. He spends his free time out in Nature or voraciously consuming the latest shows, films, or books. He and his dog, Winston, are always up for a skiing adventure, a surf trip, or some sort of hunter/gatherer foray as he is an avid hunter and angler.

Professionally, Philip is first and foremost, an advocate for the environment, for vulnerable people, and threatened places around the world. He spent the better part of the last decade working on the front lines managing various environmental groups and political campaigns across the country. His experience includes community organizing for recycling issues in Texas, field work on the Obama campaign, and directing a group called Snowriders International, a group of skiers and boarders fighting climate change and protecting mountains around the world. Campaigning on these issues has taken him coast to coast in the US and as far away as the United Nations Paris Climate Talks and Antarctica.

Creatively, Philip is no stranger to telling great stories and beautiful, wild expression. He believes that through stories we can connect people to different points of view, see unseen worlds, and create a healthier more peaceful planet through film, writing, photography, and art. This is what WHC is all about – wild expression and beautiful stories - with a mission. He hopes you’ll join us!

-Find Philip on LinkedIn.

Photography by Philip Hüffeldt (Iceberg shot courtesy of Paul Oelerich and hunting shots courtesy of Oliver Rogers).

 
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Mountains are calling


"The mountains are calling and I must go." - John Muir

Mountains are calling


"The mountains are calling and I must go." - John Muir

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"With every drop of water you drink, every breath you take, you're connected to the sea. No matter where on Earth you live. Most of the oxygen in the atmosphere is generated by the sea." — Sylvia Earle, Oceanographer

 

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Sylvia Earle


 

"With every drop of water you drink, every breath you take, you're connected to the sea. No matter where on Earth you live. Most of the oxygen in the atmosphere is generated by the sea." — Sylvia Earle, Oceanographer

 

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