Digital Asset &
Focus more on your mission and less on the digital details
TerraLens serves clients at non-profits and nature-focused organizations. Their comprehensive digital services are designed to get you digitally organized, increase staff and program efficiency, and improve engagement with customers, partners, and donors. They accommodate short to long-term needs for digital asset management, content management, photo archiving, content curation and creation, writing, and photography.
Haley R. Pope
President & Owner
With a background in the biological sciences and digital content management expertise, Haley’s focus and dedication to commitments leaves her uniquely positioned as a small business owner to exert a positive impact by serving organizations whose missions are to improve the world—for ourselves and for the rest of the natural world.
What can we do for you?
We provide one-stop, professional solutions for all of your digital content needs. Each project is custom designed to meet your goals. Leave the digital details to us, become more effective in your work, and achieve greater progress towards your mission.
Trusted by Non-Profits & Organizations Throughout the Country
“Haley was instrumental in setting up our online photo archive and beefing up our assets with her own photos of our preserves. Because of her thorough work and attention to detail, we have all our photos in one place that’s easily navigated and utilized by staff.”
The Nature Conservancy, NH
Timely & Innovative
“We hired Haley to assist with content development for our annual report. She told our organization’s story and detailed our past year’s successes in a way that was inspiring and effectively appealed to our target audience. Haley is timely, innovative, and a joy to work with!”
Bobby Dodd Institute, GA
“Haley has a very structured and organized approach to information and website content management, and user communications, helping our team and the community we serve efficiently access large amounts of information. We are grateful for her continuing support in the success of the Climate Adaptation Knowledge Exchange (CAKE) website.”