This past summer we had the incredible opportunity to team up with the Sitka Conservation Society and the Forest Service to explore those close ties, and understand what role public lands play in ensuring the continuity of this vital resource. We are proud to share the result of that effort, a 30-minute documentary film titled The Salmon Forest, which follows salmon on their great migration from the streams of the forest, to the ocean, and back.
We just returned from our second shoot for the Tongass Wilderness Film and this one was all about bears! We traveled by floatplane from Juneau to an area called Kootznoowoo (meaning Bear Fortress). This island has one of the highest densities of brown bears on the planet!!! Almost the entire island is preserved as federally […]
Almost immediately after arriving in Sitka I had the amazing opportunity to go hike and film on Kruzof Island near Sitka. Kruzof is home to a dormant volcano and is a world class destination for hiking and camping. I am producing and shooting a film for the Sitka Conservation Society to promote Sitka as a […]
I have spent six summers filming in SE Alaska, but this summer started off different with a one week shoot filming MOOSE for National Geographic Television in Anchorage. Moose are incredibly powerful animals and I spent the week tracking them throughout this urban jungle. This time of year moose have calves and they must learn […]