return of the River, feature documentary, 2014

"Return of the River is hell-raising documentary filmmaking at its best, packed with natural beauty and a comforting message that hope is not lost for our bruised planet."

A documentary infused with hope, Return of the River explores an unlikely victory for environmental justice and restoration. The film follows a group of committed tribal members and activists who attempt the impossible: to change the public opinion of a town and eventually the nation to bring two dams down. Ultimately the community comes to consensus, launching the largest dam removal in history. The film offers inspiration amid grim environmental news, showing how an idea moved from "crazy" to celebrated reality.                 

safe passage, short documentary, 2015

This short film features two Northwest tribes working to protect the Salish Sea between the US and Canada, and their traditional fishing grounds, in the face of growing pressure from fossil fuel exports through Pacific Northwest waterways.

bioblitz 2016

A short film featuring scientists assessing the biodiversity of a single old growth tree in Olympic National Park. 


climate change: an intimate portrait

Still from a short film designed for a gallery setting, filmed in and among tidewater glaciers of Southeast Alaska. This video art piece is circulating as part of an international group exhibit, Water, Water Everywhere. The work has also screened at the Kumho Art Museum in Seoul, Korea .