Less than a month ago, I had the chance to film Bonnie Perry in Maine and Wisconsin and Andrea Knepper with the Gitchee Gummee participants. While filming and collecting still photos is a part of filmmaking, it also important to observe, record, and take in all the surroundings and not just the moving image. Finding common ground, respecting boundaries, and discovering the process are all a part…
I have been filming almost every weekend for the last 6 weeks. My subjects have been very busy with their paddling schedules. Since Bonnie Perry, Andrea Knepper, and Sarah Hartman, are all involved in different opportunities this week, I used various strategies to collect footage of these happenings.
I met up with Bonnie for a couple of days while she worked with John Carmody of Sea Cliff…
Bonnie Perry and John Carmody, near Reed State Park, Maine. August 2014.
Andrea loads paddles and kayaks at Jackson Park after a debriefing Chicago Adventure Therapy staff about the day
Andrea helping Zobari and Fred get ready for lunchtime talk(Grand Island exped.) at Great Lakes Sea Kayak Symposium
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