Part of PechaKucha: STORY
(ARCADE + PK Seattle + [storefront] Olson Kundig)
At [storefront] Olson Kundig Architects
Friday, 22 June, 2012
Video by David Coy
Eric Becker is a Seattle-based director who has been working domestically and internationally in documentary film for six years. His work, both short and feature-length, focuses on human rights, peace and the environment, and has screened at festivals and on television. His unique visual style and approach to storytelling seeks to reaffirm our shared humanity, reminding us that there are tangible solutions to issues of social justice. His most recent short documentary, Honor The Treaties, was featured at the 2012 Seattle International Film Festival's shorts program opening night. He graduated with an MPH in Global Health from Yale University in 2006.
What is PechaKucha, you ask? Created by two American architects living in Tokyo in 2003, PechaKucha is a networking and entertainment event which has spread to over 500 cities worldwide. Creative and casual in nature, each event features a series of short, informal presentations in a "20x20" format: Each presenter shows 20 slides, which each display for 20 seconds. The format keeps things lively! The Seattle PK chapter chooses a theme for each event which presenters are free to explore as they wish (20x20 format withstanding). pecha-kucha.org, pecha-kucha.org/night/seattle/
[storefront] Olson Kundig Architects: facebook.com/storefrontOlsonKundigArchitects
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