Native immersion CEO & Founder.
Aurélie is a consultant specializing in indigenous tourism and humanist photography. For the past 10 years, she has been researching communities to provide travelers and tourism professionals with respectful stays for indigenous nations.
Jean-Philippe is an experimented consultant specialist in ecotourism in Chile. For 15 years, he has been working with indigenous communities to measure the environmental and social impact of tourism. He is also giving consulting services for ecotourism projects in China.
Passionate about long-time native cultures, Hélène specializes in audiovisual. She has worked for cultural rapprochement and the preservation of memory and heritage through this media, in Morocco, Brazil and France. She takes care in her spare time of the cultural and educational influence of Native Immersion.
Adrien is the director of the Native Immersion web-series. In love with nature, and life in the broadest sense, he captures with passion the moments of emotions to bring images to life.
Qhapaj is an indigenous Quechua from Bolivia, specilist in intellectual property rights. He is our favourite counsellor about indigenous people’s rights in all projects undertaken by our team.
As an authentic ginger from Brittany, Adeline is the most ancient member of our House. Being part of Native Immersion since the very beginning, technical master in the shadow, Adeline is the true gardian of NI’s story and its technical mysteries!
Coordinator indigenous projects in Canada.
Coordinator and community worker, Marjolaine is committed to improve the social and physical environment of First Nations in Quebec. She supports healthy life habits, improvement of self-esteem and positive identity for children, adults and elders. Experimented in leading expeditions on ancestral lands, Marjolaine is our precious expedition coordinator from indigenous territories in Canada.