In 2017, the Native American Studies Center at the University of South Carolina Lancaster opened a new exhibit called "Share a Little of that Human Touch: The Prehistory of South Carolina". As a part of this exhibit 5 short educational films were produced to tell the story of human history in South Carolina. “South Carolina Human Prehistory” brings these 5 films together as one piece exploring the human presence in South Carolina from the Late Ice Age through the Mississippian Period (19,000-400 years ago). As a bonus, a fly over of the Fig Island shell rings is included giving the viewer an appreciation for the beauty and also the many questions surrounding shell rings. Monty Braham of the Catawba Nation wrote and performed all of the wonderful music giving the film a strong sense of time and place.
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The trailer to my soon to be released documentary "Square Holes, Digging the Kolb Site". This full length documentary takes you to an ancient sand dune on the Great Pee Dee River known as the Kolb site. Discovering artifacts from as far back as 13,000 years ago a team of archaeologists journey here each year and invite the public to join them.
Several years ago Jon Anderson was looking for filmmakers. I responded and he sent me a bit of music he was collaborating on. As a result I produced this little video. I hope that he releases this music someday as it is wonderful. He never asked me not to put this out there so here it is.
The video was created by William Judge and features Mariko. The video opens with the Pleiades responding to the desires of a young girl to know her world and in turn share that knowledge with the world. Enjoy!
Being a long time fan of Jon Anderson and YES it was an amazing experience and honor to create this video. Jon's voice, lyrics and music can transport you to the place deep inside . A place of higher vibration of light and love. My hope is that this video captures a bit of the magic in his music.
Path to Geshe explore life in a Tibetan Buddhist monastery that has been rebuilt in the far south of India. Geshe is the title given to one who has completed the roughly 20 year course of study at Sera. Take this journey to a far off land and discover a place of beauty and devotion.
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