"Food, Sex and Salmonella" What sex is to interpersonal relationships, eating is to the human-environment relationship: a consummation of humans’ connection to the living biosphere.
This film was created for Bookshorts. A short introductory film for the book by Dr. Waltner-Tows revealing the negative effects of food industrialization, global trade, economies of scale and intensification including pandemics and epidemics.
"Vote for Environment" This film was created for the voteforenvironment.ca website to encourage voting based on the environmental positions of each party member in all ridings in Canada.
VoteForEnvironment.ca was designed by Canadians who believe what the vast majority of the world”s scientists have told us. That we are out of time and we must start to reduce our fossil fuel pollution now to save the planet from dangerous climate change.
Psychogeography was defined in 1955 by Guy Debord as "the study of the precise laws and specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organized or not, on the emotions and behaviour of individuals.
"Open Me", shot over 5 days, explores the ideas of psychogeography, Taking a voyeuristic approach to connection by quietly asking people to step out of their ‘space’ and connect with the environment. Using their individual body language spoken while walking, the video plays with visual expression to exemplify what their walking actions communicated.
Music by Brent Arnold, New York.