This film and Joe's involvement were made possible by the IMAJO Cedar Management Fund. IMaJO studies contribute to our ecological knowledge of red-cedar (Thuja plicata) and help promote its sustainable use and management.
Ira Sutherland's MSc research is supervised by Dr. Sarah Gergel from the University of British Columbia and Dr. Elena Bennett of McGill University.
Fieldwork within Tla-o-qui-aht traditional territory was possible thanks to permission from the Tla-o-qui-aht Ha-wiih (hereditary chiefs) and Chief and Council.
Research and in-kind support for this research project provided by: Central Westcoast Forest Society, National Science and Engineering Research Council, NSERC Canadian Network for Aquatic Ecosystems Services, and the Quebec Center for Biodiversity Science.
Field Crew: Ira Sutherland, Joe Martin, Aquila Charleson, Cory Charlie, and Alex Yeung.
DoP/Editor: Mark Wyatt wyattvisuals.com
Shot on: BMCC (Blackmagic Cinema Camera EF)
Canon 5d Mark iii (5d3) For Close ups on interviews.
Sigma 8-16, Tokina 11-16, Sigma 18-35, Canon 24-105, Canon 70-200
Audio: Rode NTG-2, Sound Devices Mixpre-D, Tascam DR40