In October 2014, I found myself on the Canticle Farm in Oakland, assisting for a shoot with Charles Eisenstein. The interview was on behalf of the Pachamama Alliance, an amazing organization who’s stated mission is “to empower indigenous people of the Amazon rainforest to preserve their lands and culture and, using insights gained from thatContinue reading »
In this 60 minute interview, we cover topics like: articulating the global shift, the nature of homelessness, and what we can actually bequeath to future generations.
How do a teacher of yoga and buddhism and an ayurvedic practitioner prepare for parenting? How do they understand themselves as men, and fathers? This is a serious book about family as the first site of our evolution. It’s intimate, existentially honest and strangely funny.
Reflections on love across the universe.
During the New Story Summit in Findhorn, Scotland, I shot this live performance with hang player Matthew Bailey.
Stephen Jenkinson places death at the center of the page and asks us to behold it in all its painful beauty.
Grief requires of us that we know what time we’re in. And the great enemy of grief is hope.
A sincere wish that women, young and old, begin the long journey back to their wild selves.
What stops you from spending your soul?
Death is just the particulars of my story. It’s not actually the story.
Home among the homeless.
Friends, let me say up front, I have not wrestled with severe depression. I have been on the periphery of many who have, and many who continue to struggle. I’ve recognized that much of the discussion around depression amounts to this: let’s talk about it. Let’s beckon it from the shadows. Let us set theContinue reading »
An encounter with an old man and the sea.
A fragile finite cycle.
A love letter to the Temple Guardians of Burning Man.
AMPLIFY HER is a potent exploration of the role of women artistry within this new cultural scene.
Rumi says: “Today I wake up empty and frightened.” Sunlight streams through the curtains, the roar of engines in the distance, while footsteps of the tenants above gather towards their day. I’m weary with the promise that it all might mean something. Doubt whispers in my ear. “Don’t go to the door of the studyContinue reading »
LAST FEBRUARY I was invited to the city of Yellowknife to shoot the Northern Lights aka Aurora Borealis. “The ends of the land and sea are bounded by an immense abyss, over which a narrow and dangerous pathway leads to the heavenly regions. The sky is a great dome of hard material arched over theContinue reading »
I sit in the aftermath of five days on Stephen Jenkinson’s farm, awash in awe and longing.
Daniel was an aspiring filmmaker that filmed his travels through 42 countries intending to make a movie about the world’s interconnectedness from the Cellular level of life to the Universal. After 8 years of filming Daniel became terminally ill and died before he could complete his life’s work.
The relentless pursuit of self reliance and self improvement is rooted in our lost connection to common stories, homeland and ancestors that bind and unite us. The times now demand that we recognize the world’s suffering in our own.
We’ll be exploring what it means to live authentically in today’s world while facing the sixth great extinction. How can we trigger an acausal process of change and work more collaboratively at larger levels of scale?
INDIEGOGO INVITED ME to participate in their Google Hangout series, offering advice and strategy on all aspects of running a successful campaign. I do not use the term “crowdfunding expert” as the platform has only been around 5 years, but I do believe I’ve gleaned enough from numerous projects & workshops to offer some helpfulContinue reading »
The O World Project reached out for an interview on the state of the world, understanding the role of consciousness, how to provoke change, and a number of other important topics. I appreciated this interview for the space and time to go into a depth seldom offered in other shorter clips. About O World: TheContinue reading »
Many know the Guy Fawkes mask from the hacker group Anonymous, or the protests on Occupy Wall St. How does the face of a 17th century revolutionary end up as the most recognizable symbol of protest in the 21st?