A project from bureauofcommongoods.com, Made by Hand is a new short film series celebrating the people who make things by hand—sustainably, locally, and with a love for their craft.
Local farmer Megan Paska has witnessed beekeeping as it morphed from an illegal (and possibly crazy) habit to a sustainable, community-supported skill. Mirroring beekeeping’s own ascendance, she found more than just a living: “This is the first time in my life when I’ve just felt absolutely on the right path.”
director of photography JOSHUA KRASZEWSKI
editor MATT SHAPIRO
title design MANDY BROWN
colorist ANDY WITKOWSKI
music ALESSANDRO CORTINI
sound recordist ROBERT ALBRECHT
re-recording mixer NICHOLAS MONTGOMERY
assistant re-recording mixer JOHN GUMAER
additional camera ELIAS RESSEGATTI & ADAM ORELLANA
MEGAN PASKA / BROOKLYN HOMESTEADER
ANNIE NOVAK / GROWING CHEFS
EAGLE STREET ROOFTOP FARM
This is a video showing Copenhagens unique bicycle culture as it looks in the beginning of the early 21st century.
A monumental motion of everyday people transporting themselves from A to B by pure pedal power.
-Each day 37% of everybody in Copenhagen arrives at work or education by bicycle.
-25% of all families with two kids in the city own a cargo bike.
-And the 519,000 inner city copenhageners own 560,000 bicycles!
This video highlights who Copenhageners are and what they do. I shot it over a period of four months.
The roof of the Vancouver BC Convention Centre is covered with over 2.5 hectares (6 acres) of native grassland. Usually closed to the public, we were able to get a tour and interview with the landscape architect of the project, Bruce Hemstock.
This is part 1 of the "Growing Cities" documentary series shot while traveling in the USA and Canada - June 2009. 2 person crew. Canon 5DmkII and Zoom H4n. Music is "Andvari" by Sigur Rós
On World Water Day, Monday, March 22, charity: water will launch UNSHAKEN, a campaign to help Haiti recover by providing long-term water solutions.
One-third of the nation lacked access to safe drinking water before the quake; now, the situation is devastating. charity: water plans to provide sustainable water projects to serve at least 40,000 people through UNSHAKEN. 100% of donations directly fund water projects.