A story about sustainable fishing practices that I did for the Seattle Channel, profiling one small family business and their environmental stewardship.
Cedar Grove has been a great client who I continue to produce a variety of videos for, from their main composting facility tour showing how they turn a million lbs of food scraps and green waste/day into compost to covering their participation in various events around Puget Sound.
The By-Product Synergy Group is a program of The Network for Business Innovation & Sustainability
A short piece about urban animal husbandry. See the blog for a longer write up on this video.
This is the trailer for a 3 part series on how to make Biodiesel- in a workshop, at home, and in a co-op.
The Call of Life is a film about Mass Extinction, produced by Species Alliance that I contributed extensive footage from around the world to. It recently had it’s world premier and is now touring the global environmental and science film festival circuit.
Seattle Tilth is a great nonprofit organization promoting organic urban agriculture through classes, workshops and events. This video is about thier famous plant sale that takes place each May with thousands of organic starts. A truly great event each year.
Orca Elementary School in Seattle’s Rainier Valley has an excellent gardening program where K-8 classes are engaged in learning about agriculture, food security and community development using their garden as the classroom.
KTAO in Taos New Mexico is the world’s only Solar Radio Station, powered by the sun. Clips from this story were featured on the History Channel’s show Life After People in the Sky’s The Limit episode.
Voltaic Systems provided Pangeality Productions with one of their solar laptop carrying cases for our recent trip to Nepal. With daily power outages that amount to few hours of reliable electricity in Kathmandu, the Voltaic bag was a handy piece of insurance for our long days of video production in the field.
A sad clip about gloabl environmental degradation and the state of urban water ways in Nepal.
Electricity isn’t the only resource in trouble in Nepal. Potable water is a serious issue as well which leads to scenes like this one in neighborhoods throughout the capital city.
A short clip that shows how handmade paper is made in Nepal.