Extreme By Design follows a band of college students who design and build products to solve seemingly intractable problems for the world’s poor.
A New Beginning for the Saranaloka Foundation credit(s): producer/cinematographer This video was commissioned by the Saranaloka Foundation, a nonprofit stewardship organization founded to bring Buddhist nuns to the United States to practice, teach and establish a training monastery for women.
AwardWinningGir documentary short credit(s): co-director/co-producer/cinematographer AwardWinningGir is the story of one woman’s search to find love on the Internet. The short was produced over four days in March 2012 for the International Documentary Challenge.
Produced at KQED for the PBS Fall Arts Series, The Art of DIY features a cadre of SF artists: a large-scale metal sculptor, an aerialist and the showman Chicken John.
For Native elders who grew up in rural Alaska, the desire to die at home runs deep. But taking care of elders in rugged and isolated villages is a complicated task.
In City Fish, a San Francisco fisherman honors the places where the natural and the urban collide.
This is a two-minute excerpt from the documentary film, Old People Driving. For more information about the film visit www.oldpeopledrivingmovie.com.
To celebrate St. Lazaria Island’s centennial as a bird refuge, local agencies hosted the first public tour of the island, where 500,000 seabirds make their nests.
Alaska has a robust senior care program, but one segment of the older population is having a difficult time finding the care they need: those with mental illness.
They have ice blue blood, three hearts, eight arms … and they are taking over our waters.
Advances in medicine mean that Americans are living longer. But they’re also living sicker. For many seniors, the burdens of old age are more than they can bear.