In the spring of 2013, Canadian adventurer Bruce Kirkby crossed the Georgia Straight from Vancouver to Victoria on an inflatable standup paddleboard. In this award-winning short film, he contemplates the true meaning of adventure.
weekly video xiv - "tommy." a john merizalde production.
Self-proclaimed transcendentalist and photographer Tommy Nease grew up in North Carolina and embarked on a nomadic existence soon after finishing high school. LA-based filmmaker John Merizalde follows his close friend Tommy, riding free trains, hitch hiking, joy riding across Montana, all the while learning more about his work for DAZED as a photographer and how he attempts to balance out travel with being stationary.
weekly video xiii - "every runner has a reason." a hesit projects production.
The story of Ronnie Goodman, a homeless artist living on the streets of San Francisco that's dedicated his life to running and raising money for the organization that helped him when he needed it.
weekly video xi - "common threads partnership." a dokument films production.
Patagonia's Common Threads Partnership aims to close the loop on the product life cycle – to make old clothes into new and keep them from ever reaching a landfill or incinerator.
Reduce what you buy - repair what you can - reuse what you no longer need - recycle what’s worn out; and reimagine a world where we take only what nature can replace.
Together we can reduce our environmental footprint.
Referenced from Patagonia Video on Vimeo.