This short documentary focuses on the proceedings of the 2009 Rivercane Symposium held at the Pearl River Resort of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians. The video includes interviews with conference participants discussing the cultural and environmental importance of rivercane. Produced for the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians and Mississippi State University.
This biographical documentary highlights Luther Rivera’s contributions to public anthropology in and around Albuquerque, NM. This video also contains a guided tour around Luther’s extensive artifact collection and his thoughts about donating the collection to the Maxwell Museum of Anthropology. Produced for the Friends of Tijeras Pueblo, 501(c)(3).
This ethnographic documentary explores the world of flintknapping, the art of making stone tools, by chronicling the origins, activities, and social meanings of an Albuquerque area flintknapping club called the New Mexico Flintknappers. Produced for the New Mexico Flintknappers.
This short video piece shows the ancient process of making yucca sandals as demonstrated by Forest Service volunteer Al Cornell. Produced for the Friends of Tijeras Pueblo to be displayed in an exhibit on Ancestral Pueblo clothing in the Tijeras Pueblo Interpretive Center.