County Donegal is located in the very northwest corner of the Republic of Ireland. Its art and culture are unique to rest of the country as it is somewhat isolated geographically. This documentary examines how the county fosters creativity in the arts and how future generations will also be inspired to create art.
This production was completed as part of the requirements for the Ohio University Education Abroad, Documentary Storytelling summer program, led by Frederick Lewis and Sam Girton, Summer 2012.
This is a video of Redmond Herrity of Letterkenny, Co. Donegal, Ireland, sculpting a crushed orange juice container. He did this sculpture in just two hours one afternoon. Pretty amazing, right? To see some more of his work, visit his website: http://www.redmondherrity.com/
The videography was done by Alex Martinez and I with a Canon T2i.
The OU study abroad class attempts to visit Tory Island... or not.
This project was our first assignment while studying abroad with Sam Girton and Frederick Lewis in Letterkenny, Ireland. The project was called "Sight and Sound". We were required to do a 3-5 minute piece, and the only restriction was that we were not allowed to have a subject sit down for an interview.
Video by Erin Burke, Zach Kuzmic, Alex Martinez, and Eli Williamson.