The concept of a multi generational family of misfits running a garbage and re-cycling business became the basis of Andrew Watson’s newfound foray into digital media. Using humor as the vehicle for change and how it would set the scenario for real environmental change, Green Trash was born. Nicely packaged and presented to all major media outlets in Canada, the level of media outlet consideration impressed many industry insiders. It became apparent despite the validity of the project, no one was going to bank on it. While waiting for some decisions about Green Trash I had the notion to create a little video for my father’s 80th birthday about the Bricklin project. The SV-1: The Bricklin Inquiry took on a life of its own. Dealing with a steep learning curve in a short period of time was daunting, yet the really draining part was conveying a passionate story, something inspiring and something meaningful. Equipped now with a decent skill set on the technology side I look forward to telling new stories in my very own odd and peculiar way.
- SV-1, The Bricklin Inquiry - Official Film Site