Starting at the age of 19, Roger Ingraham co-wrote, produced, and directed his first feature film, Moonshine, in the vein of ultra-low budget Hollywood directors like Robert Rodriguez. In 2006, the indie horror film was in official selection at the Sundance Film Festival, making Roger the youngest known feature filmmaker in the festival's history. Turning down offers to enter the Hollywood industry, he opted instead to travel with a non-profit organization to the poorest provinces and vilages of Argentina and then Nigeria, documenting the efforts to bring clean water and education to the people. Most recently, he produced and starred in a larger-than-life non-fiction feature film about life-changing experiences, shot at the Burning Man Festival in the Nevada desert. His intention as a filmmaker is to open up new ways of living and experiencing that bring about greater compassion for oneself and the world.