Results Imagery teams up with One Tree Planted to plant 100,000 trees annually in Oregon in response to wildfires.

On February 1, 2021 in Bend OR, Results Imagery announced it’s goal of planting 100,000 trees annually in support of reforestation efforts throughout the state of Oregon. 

Founders of the e-commerce content brand stated “This is our home and we need to do all we can to give back as a company and maximize our impact. With One Tree Planted we’ll be doing just that.” 

The plan for reaching this annual goal is tied to a new Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) program that the company has launched that ties in directly with their media work. Results Imagery empowers brands with photo & video content. For every photo taken and every minute of post-production video created, Results Imagery has committed to plant one tree. 

“It allows our clients to be part of the reforestation journey with us” said CEO Kyle Nelson. 

The company has also taken its program a step further, offering brands that are doing social good a 5% discount on any work they do with Results Imagery. 

“It doesn’t just stop with Results Imagery planting trees,” says President and COO Eli Libby. “There are so many brands doing powerful social impact work and we want to do everything we can to share their work through top-quality photo and video. We’re here to tell their story and the 5% discount reflects our commitment to doing just that.” 

For more information on Results Imagery’s Reforestation Program, please visit:

About Results Imagery 

We bring products to life. We specialize in streamlining the process for online retailers, brands and agencies to obtain quality product photos and videos efficiently and with conversion top of mind. We understand the ebbs and flows of eCommerce, but the one thing that is always a must is product imagery. 

About One Tree Planted 

One Tree Planted is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. As an environmental charity, we’re on a mission to make it simple for anyone to help the environment by planting trees! 

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