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Cernunnos Media is an NGO offering expertise dedicated to balancing natural resource management with human technological advancement.  Our key focus is raising awareness about how biodiversity impacts the quality of all life forms.  

Our services include pre-production, advocacy, consulting, content development, communications strategies and project management.

Based in Zurich, the team works remotely between Rome, Budapest, Mallorca and Cape Town. 

Cernunnos is a collection of experts in respective fields, from consultants and producers to futurists and political scientists.  Our unified vision is an Earth whose citizens tap into the knowledge of their natural system, using critical thinking to become more than the sum of their parts.  

In all our projects the core narrative asks: 'What would our society be like, if we followed the laws of the system that contains us?'  In the  natural world each species no matter how small, has an important role to play.   Click here to read more about our documentary series currently in production in Australia.

 
 

WHATS IN A NAME?

CERNUNNOS: CELTIC GOD OF THE FOREST

Cernunnos is the conventional name given in Celtic studies to depictions of the "horned god" of Celtic polytheism, god of nature, life or fertility and vegetation. Because of his frequent association with creatures, scholars often describe Cernunnos as the "Lord of the Animals" or the "Lord of Wild Things" - a "peaceful god of nature and fruitfulness". The Horned God reflects the seasons of the year in an annual cycle of life, death and rebirth.

Stephan McGuire

Rome

Director

Stephan is founder and director of Cernunnos Media. He holds a Bachelor's Degree in Sustainable Development and a Master’s in Creative and Critical Thinking in International Relations, both from University of Massachusetts.  He was a producer with Santa Monica-based Tree Media from 1998 - 2008, a documentary film maker in Namibia 2009-10, and currently serves as Director of Tree Media's Foundation.

Kristóf Horváth

Budapest
 

Project Consultant

Kristóf is a Budapest native currently working for the FAO in Rome. His key focus is the relationship between low carbon commodities and climate change. Kristóf has degrees in Communications; International Relations and Environmental Resource Management and he has worked with Amnesty International as well as the European Commission.  Kristóf's multidisciplinary perspective offers a keen understanding of complex systems and the power of cultural diversity. Aside Hungarian, he is fluent in English and conversational in Italian and French. 

Andreas Palmieri

Director

Andreas is a member of the Cernunnos Executive Committee and has worked as a fundraiser, coordinator and project manager for numerous NPOs over the past ten years. He guided and trained over a hundred fundraisers for Amnesty International and Greenpeace, among others. Andreas has developed new fundraising solutions for Green Cross, ProInfirmis and Child Right Now. He worked directly with politicians (members of the Swiss National Council) and made on site qualitative assessments

Michael 

Director

Michael is fundraising coach for the NPO "Vier Pfoten Schweiz". Over the past 5 years he has worked as Fundraising Teamleader and helped to start the Smart Fundraising organisation in Wales UK as a Advisor and Project Manager for Corris Fundraising. He is Founder and President of the CBO Uganda Hope in Mbale with a second office in Switzerland. Michael has also trained over a hundred individuals in the field fundraising. 

Pierangelo Zanesco

Director

Based in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland, Pierangelo handles Cernunnos Media’s technical needs and training. Currently a specialized electronic technician in the manufacturing of machine and automation tools, he studied marketing at the school MPM (Marketing Personnel Management) in Lausanne.  In 2003 Pierangelo co-lead a technical and scenic wiring project for the renovation of the Theatre “L'Heure Bleue”, the 1837 historical national interest theater in La Chaux-de-Fonds. Pierangelo also worked in Rome, Italy on the development of the paper transport robot prototype for newspaper Il Messaggero. He speaks French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese and English.

Meet our documentary show host & project sponsor

“Having worked around the world as a private chef for some amazing people, its time for awareness raising and impact investing. I am joining forces with the Cernunnos team to host and produce a pilot for a series about Earth, food and the importance of preserving cultural diversity.  ” 

 

—  Chef Michael Martin

 
 

Contact Us

Riedhofstrasse 144,

Zürich, 8049, CH