I love film making. I studied it for many years while living in Los Angeles. Today, I love taking on video projects that better my community. Below, you will find a combination of videos that I personally shot and edited as well as videos that others have captured of community projects that I have spearheaded. 

The 3 videos below are of my 1994 solo winter crossing that I videotaped and edited for National Geographic. This also includes "the rest of the story" regarding finding my natural family.

I didn't make these videos, but was highly appreciative that others captured these projects that I spearheaded or events where I was a guest speaker.

There is nothing finer than being able to combine my love of filmmaking with community development. Here are 3 Kickstarter video campaigns that I allowed me to do just that.

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