A film documenting the world's most extraordinary insect hatches and the fantastic fly fishing that accompanies them. The first fly fishing film to be shot on a RED One Camera. A Gin-Clear Media production.
After a grueling but rewarding 11 day shoot in South East Alaska's Tongass National Forest we were invited to submit a digital short for The Drake film awards. With only a handful of days to edit this is our submission that won an award for Best Cinematography.
Gratitude- To all the phenomenal Alaskans that put a roof over our head, kept us fed and opened up their lives to us. Without their support this project would not of been possible.
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Voice- Tim Bristol
Cameras- Ian Majszak and Bryan Gregson
Edited by Ian Majszak
There comes a time in all of our lives when we let ourselves dream about living life on our own terms. When we wrestle with the decision to take a step into traffic, follow our passions and live deliberately - or simply let another day, and daydream, pass.
This promo video is the initial statement of intent for a much larger film project that will be set against the diverse, rugged and breathtaking Idaho landscape and three of its most celebrated rivers. A Deliberate Life will explore the stories of five unlikely friends who share the same love of fly fishing and their choice to lead a life according to their passions.
Shoot location: Idaho, fall 2012
Grant Taylor: Photographer, granttaylorimages.com
Matt Smythe: Writer/producer, fishingpoet.com
Dustin Lutt: Cinematographer, dustyimages.com
Matt White: Cinematographer, rockhousemotion.com
To learn more about the project, or sponsor/donor opportunities, please email Matt White email@example.com
Driving from West Yellowstone to the foot of Old Faithful is more than your average scenic western tour. All along the way are concentrations of thermal features, concentrations of wildlife and concentrations of fishing opportunities. Obviously, this section of Yellowstone is worth your concentration.