Nichole Chapman B.A.

  • Creative Director
Nichole Chapman

Nichole Chapman crafts campaigns and creative strategy as part of the Woodwell Climate communications team. She has a background producing creative video and motion design for mission-driven organizations across the science, environment, and travel sectors. They have written and produced multimedia content for the Smithsonian Institution, the Fish & Wildlife Service, Rainforest Trust, and environmental non-profits in the northern Virginia area.

Nichole graduated from the College of William and Mary with a B.A. in English Literature and Early American History. While there, she conducted fieldwork in archaeology and public history at local historical sites and served as a Production Assistant with the Emmy Award-winning Colonial Williamsburg Productions. They went on to pursue post-baccalaureate studies in conservation biology at the University of Maryland, College Park and conducted marine conservation fieldwork in Turks & Caicos. 

Nichole served as a Virginia Master Naturalist in the Shenandoah Valley Chapter. She also volunteered with the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute (SCBI) in Front Royal, VA to conduct tours of the conservation breeding facility and assist animal keepers in the avian program.

Nichole is passionate about using creative storytelling to reconnect humans with their more-than-human web of relations. When they’re not crafting visual climate stories, you can find them gardening, kayaking, and foraging in the Shenandoah and Potomac Valleys with their rescue dog, Brodie.