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AI-AP International Motion Art Awards – Interview

AI-AP Interviewed the Who Owns Water crew for their International Motion Art Award win - about our documentary film, 30 days of cinema verite on a river, and how social media can give your audience new entry points into the issue http://www.ai-ap.com/publications/article/9122/international-motion-art-awards-who-owns-water.html    

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Gear Review: Lowepro DryZone Camera Bags

Full disclosure: I am sponsored by Lowepro. I prefer the bags, or I wouldn't work with them. This summer I joined David and Michael Hanson on a 30-day documentary film shoot on three great Southern rivers, the Apalachacola, Chattahoochee, and Flint. (The film is due out in early 2014 and you can ...

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We Reach the Gulf of Mexico!

After nearly a month of paddling, David and Michael Hanson have reached the Gulf of Mexico for our documentary project, Who Owns Water. Check out this cool ass Flickr interactive map of our travels:

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Social Media Blitz for the Water Documentary

  Check out our website www.whoownswater.org and our Flickr feed for the Who Owns Water documentary. Filmmakers Michael and David Hanson and I have been putting together some stuff on the backend to keep the project stoked for social media:  ...

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The Most Important Tool for Doc/Adventure Photogs and Filmmakers

I've been neglecting you, poor Monkey. I promise I will bring you more updates to eat. I'll start here: I've begun shooting with Michael and David Hanson on this water documentary project, "Who Owns Water?" We've put together a website where you can follow along: www.whoownsowater.org Check out the ...

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On the Warpath

This article I wrote about our time in Idaho while shooting A Fine Line originally appeared in the June/August 2011 issue of Deadpoint Magazine. I'm reprinting a re-mastered version here for your enjoyment, along with some photos from our trip ...

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Interview with Musician Philipp Weigl

Germany-based musician Philipp Weigl is a composer of ambient, electronic and downtempo music. His track "Save" is featured on my film A FINE LINE, during the "Dream Sequence" where Dave Graham is waking from another freaky dream about Libya and wandering the Idaho wastes looking for rock (was ...

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Boxcar Fair named Atlanta’s #1 Music Video of 2011

Just a quick update - I shot a new music video for Little Tybee last month called Boxcar Fair, which was recently  named"Best music video of 2011" by several sources in their annual Atlanta music scene wrap-up, including OhmPark and LatestDisgrace. That is saying ...

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Westcott Parabolic Umbrella, A Wedding on the Coast

This April I photographed the wedding of my friends Jennifer and Daniel Luke. Photos on the beach, a lowcountry boil and cervesas at the tiki bar, and an elegant ceremony on Hilton Head Island.    ...

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A Dark Corner, Briefly Illuminated

The University of Tennessee in Knoxville is hosting an exhibit of my work all this month (November 2011). The exhibit, produced for the Visual Arts Committee, is titled "The Dark Art of Climbing Photography". UT let me pick the theme of the exhibit so I thought this would ...

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