World-renowned architect Bjarke Ingels challenges himself and all of us to think beyond the status quo and dream big. Why shouldn’t you be able to ski down a power plant? He refers to his projects as “promiscuous hybrids”—they combine seemingly disparate elements and turn fiction into fact.
This is one in what we hope will be a series of our A Life Connected project.
A 12-minute uplifting, positive video about the power of making Vegan choices.
People everywhere are making choices more connected with their values. We are simplifying our lives, buying less and living more because we know that the Earth provides enough to satisfy everyone's need, but not everyone's greed.
But there is one connected choice that sometimes gets overlooked. It's one of the most far-reaching personal, practical and ethical choices you can make. With this choice we can help...
>feed ourselves and every hungry person on the planet.
>replenish the deep woods of the North and save our disappearing rainforests.
>revitalize our rural landscapes and save family farms.
>stop the number one polluter of water and the number one waster of water.
>return our oceans to thriving underwater worlds teeming with life and wonder.
>make cancer and heart disease a rarity instead of a common occurrence.
>stop the unnecessary suffering of billions and billions of animals.
>and return wild lands to their rightful owners.
This powerful choice can be done by everyone every day... by you... right now.
Every day you are invited to make choices. Live your values. Change the world.
I was lucky enough to be asked to film a documentary about MIT’s Architecture Program. They are making some incredible advances in the realms of architecture and design that will hopefully push towards a more beautiful and functional living spaces.
Client: Massachusetts Institute of Technology
MIT Producer: Skylar Tibbits / S JET
Film Producer: Chris Jennings / MINDER