Author Archive

“Daybreak, the Labrador Sea” by David Blackwood

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“David Blackwood is one of Canada’s most respected visual storytellers. His narrative work reflects the legend, toughness and landscape of Newfoundland- an historic journey not that far removed in essence and time.  Blackwood’s… Continue reading

Fv25

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Fv25 is our cold water surf film. It is cold water surfing as we see it, living and surfing within a cold water environment. Filmed over 8 months, Fv25 will take you to… Continue reading

Oceans That Once Were

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Oceans That Once Were (Ordovician Period) I spend many of my days now walking and biking amongst vast prairie and the remnants of the great woodlands that once proliferated throughout the Midwest before… Continue reading

The Last Fishermen of Long Island

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As a longtime local industry struggles under a sea of regulations, two photographers document the families who have lived off the water for generations. http://www.narrative.ly/then-and-now/the-last-fishermen-of-long-island/

South of Haiti

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“In October 2012, Nick, Dave, Francisco and I, set off on a 10 day journey along the Southern coast of Haiti in the back of a pickup. Our goal? To capture a side… Continue reading

Wendy Schmidt Ocean Health X Prize

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The Wendy Schmidt Ocean Health XPRIZE is a $2 million global competition that challenges teams of engineers, scientists and innovators from all over the world to create pH sensor technology that will affordably,… Continue reading

Inside the Monster

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Butch Phillips: Restoring the Penobscot River

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  Butch Phillips, tribal elder of the Penobscot Indian Nation, describes his peoples historic connection with the river that shares their name and reflects on the promise of the Penobscot River Restoration Project.… Continue reading

Seatrac

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  After an accident left Makis unable to swim, he decided to do something for him and for every disabled person. Director Nikos Logothetis DP Chris Ortentzio DP Kostas Fasoulas Original music Leonardo… Continue reading

Herb Rice, a Coast Salish Artist from the Pacific Northwest

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An interview with Herb Rice, a Coast Salish Native Indian Artist from the Pacific Northwest, is a Master Wood Carver whose work is in private collections all over the world. Herb discussed style,… Continue reading