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This is one of a series of videos (yet without subtitles), made over six weeks in Barcelona, about different types of urban gardens. Hort/lab is a project by Cris Reguant which will allow people living in high-rise buildings, who may not have access to a local community garden, or may not be ambulatory enough to get outside to garden, the opportunity to garden on their terrace or roof. Hort/lab is about having fresh vegetables and herbs with immediate access.
This is one of a series of videos (this one in Spanish, not yet translated), made over six weeks in Barcelona, about different types of urban gardens. This school behind Parc Guell, one of Gaudí’s architectural attractions in the city, has incorporated a local garden into the school’s curriculum. The result is that all students in the school visit the garden four times each year to enjoy learning about nature firsthand.
This is one of a series of videos, made over six weeks in Barcelona, about different types of urban gardens. ARAPDIS is an organization supporting the therapeutic work of mentally ill people in Barcelona. Part of their therapy happens in a garden setting.
This is one of a series of videos, made over six weeks in Barcelona, about different types of urban gardens. This garden is located in the City Center of Barcelona, in La Ribera barrio, where, some years ago, buildings were taken down to create an open space in the neighborhood. A struggle ensued between the neighbors and the city government about how to use the space and the neighbors ultimately prevailed. The result is a plaza enjoyed by the people, containing an open garden space to benefit all the nationalities who mix there.
This is one of a series of videos, made over six weeks in Barcelona, about different types of urban gardens. This garden is two city blocks from the famous Sagrada Familia cathedral, the only public vegetable garden in that neighborhood of the city. The garden is operated by the municipal government of Barcelona and features retired people and prisoners working side by side.
This is one of a series of videos, made over six weeks in Barcelona, about different types of urban gardens. Can Masdeu is a communal-living project on the outskirts of Barcelona, Spain, where 30 people experiment with various approaches to living sustainably together. The community began from a group of people squatting in an abandoned hospital, where they have remained since 2001.
A company I had been hoping to work with for several years finally gave me the chance to produce something cool for an international conference! Urban Planet Mobile started in Durham and has grown rapidly to more than a dozen countries with their educational programs. This video was the first of its kind for them and a real achievement for me (and Growler Visuals). We did this one in under ten days total, developing the script they started, directing and producing it from there.
In 2006, for a project in the MA program in Journalism and Mass Communications at UNC, a group of students and faculty members went to a small island off the coast of Chile to document life on the island. This story is one of those: a story about a man who now coaches soccer because he can no longer play. His story is wrapped into a family which values its own soccer history.
Short drop-in profile about Jeff and Jason Volk, with friends, cycling from Alaska to Argentina, over two and a half years. I met them in Colombia and cycled/camped with them for a week, carrying minimal equipment on the bike.
This piece was something I directed and produced for IMS, for their spring gala in 2012. Working with Kateri Carver-Akers, I collaborated with Teddy Denton for photography, audio, and DSLR video to create this broad overview of the values, pegagogy, and methods the school uses to recruit and teach students from various backgrounds.