Recipe For Disaster is the story of an ecological catastrophe in the making in four neighboring towns on the Massachusetts coast. As native scallops, mussels, clams, and protective eelgrass disappear under the explosive invasion of green crabs, scientists, local experts, and residents are scrambling to save the marsh from decimation.
Science All Around Us is an educational series that will inspire kids and adults to learn science by venturing out into the world and experiencing all of what the world has to offer. Continue reading
When a bar & grill owner posted an ad on Craigslist for a new cook, he never expected a two star Michelin chef from Italy. Continue reading
We produced this video for Project SAVE Armenian Photograph Archives celebration of 40 years of collecting, preserving and promoting our Armenian heritage through the photograph.
The story of Dr. Lachlan Forrow, MD, and a patient who needed palliative care but had never been asked the simple question: “What’s a good day for you?” until Dr. Forrow walked into her room. Continue reading
In the first four years of President Barack Obama’s administration, electricity genereated from wind and solar power more than doubled. In 2012 alone, 13 Gigawatts of wind energy came online in the U.S.–the equivalent output of 6 Hoover Dams.
Shot at 1000fps, the dancer made one move that was only a few seconds long which plays out to just over a minute.
A documentary about the language of music produced to inspire middle school students to find their own voice in the world of music. Continue reading
This was part of a larger project we did for a high end audio company of a flamenco performance we produced in Madrid. We followed these musicians and dancers, most of whom had never worked together, as they rehearsed their way to the performance. The performances were magical. If you like flamenco music, you’ll love this.
Stills and HD video all shot with the iPhone4 of the building, launch and maiden voyage of the Schooner Ardelle, designed and built by Harold Burnham & Friends in Essex, Massachusetts. Using iPhone4’s, the Youbiq Gymbl, a handheld grip for shooting smooth video, and FilmicPro, an app used by many pros. Cameras: Nubar Alexanian & Rebecca Koch.