People of the Delta

Joey L. magnificent documentary shot in Ethiopia’s Lower Omo Valley which has been a crossroads for many distinct tribes. During times of drought, natural resources become scarce, escalating clashes between groups. In an ever-changing landscape, young men and women come of age in an unfamiliar time.  The story is narrated from two unique perspectives. Uri- […]

The Wonder

“Nature and the beauty of the wilderness is far far greater than us.” THE WONDER is a reflective journey exploring the human sense of awe and wonder amidst the landscape and wildlife of Kenya. This film follows the story of Ninian Lowis, a safari guide who has spent much of his life amongst the wilderness […]

The Southeast – Bangkok

The Southeast Asia adventure begins in Bangkok 7 December 2011, experiencing only 2 days before moving on to Laos, Vietnam and Cambodia for the remainder 6 week holiday. Before we left I decided I would intensively document the trip shared with my best mates. I carried my Canon 550D (T2i), 2 lenses and monopod everywhere. […]

Under an Arctic Sky – Behind the Scenes

Before Under An Arctic Sky was even an idea or a film it was a love affair with surfing in cold water. Over the last decade Chris Burkard (Director &) Ben Weiland (DP) traveled across the globe seeking out waves in some of the coldest and most remote conditions on the planet. Why would anyone […]

YARROW: The Virtues of Monochrome

“There are few places left in the world that you can find yourself immersed in such a spectacle of nature. The staggering sight of hundreds of thousands of penguins and seals, encircled by a cathedral of mountain peaks and hanging glaciers would leave even the most jaded person in total awe. As David says in […]

Rubble And Broken Lives

Kate Brooks is an American photojournalist who has covered the Middle East, Afghanistan, and Pakistan since September 11, 2001. This video has some of the most moving and emotional conflict photos we have seen. Kate shares some of the stories behind the images and portrays both sides of a conflict with equal emotion. Immediately after the September […]

A Day in my Life

Anna Louise Herzog summarized the day perfectly: “Just be prepared to say yes to anything.”

Flo: Portrait of a Street Photographer

This short documentary profiles the photographer Flo Fox who, in spite of near-blindness and multiple sclerosis, continues her work in the streets of New York. Watch more videos at: nytimes.com/video Follow on Twitter: twitter.com/nytvideo

The Southeast – Laos, Vang Vieng

Leigh Griffiths decided he would intensively document the trip shared with his best mates. Carrying a Canon 550D (T2i), 2 lenses and monopod everywhere, very rarely did the others see him without it. At the end of the amazing journey he had shot 8.5 hours of footage (with an average clip length at about 10 […]

The Fate of Old Beijing: The Vanishing Hutongs

In the face of China’s rapid modernization, the world’s most populous country is struggling to preserve its cultural heritage, and nowhere is this more visible than in the ancient alleyways and courtyards of Beijing. Once a ubiquitous feature of Beijing, the hutongs are more than simply housing; they are actually a way of life. Entire […]