I'm so excited to share that I was featured on the cover of this month's issue of Books & Buzz Magazine! In the feature article, I talk my shameless love for books, my history in design, and the current projects filling my days.
The nature/adventure documentary I helped create and produce, The Devil's Road, will be streaming for a limited time at the virtual Big Bear Film Festival from June 12 - July 12 as an Official Selection. Passes are now on sale. If you enjoy the film and would like to support it, please consider voting for it [...]
The film production company I work for as an associate producer, Broken Wagon Films, LLC, founded in Santa Cruz, California, is currently working on its debut feature-length historical/conservation/adventure documentary about Baja, California, Mexico, called "The Devil's Road." We highly encourage you to check out our site at http://www.brokenwagonfilms.com. We've completed a number of shorts as [...]
For months I was wondering what I had gotten myself into. Lauri and I were planning to fly my single-engine plane over 2,000 miles across the country in late winter; attempt to cross the border into Mexico without getting my plane confiscated and the two of us thrown into Mexican prison; rendezvous with my brother [...]
SPECIAL "SNEAK PEEK" RECEPTION with the filmmakers of "The Devil's Road: A Baja Documentary” (In Production) Saturday, February 25th | Aptos Branch Library SCHEDULE: 4:30PM - Doors Open 5:00 PM - Screening 6-6:30PM - Q&A Session with the Filmmakers! 6:30-7PM - Reception with Light Refreshments Please join the Santa Cruz Public Libraries’ Hidden Gems Film Club for a [...]
"The Devil's Road" Episode 1: Isla Raza Isla Raza is a tiny island in the Gulf of California that serves as the sole breeding ground for several important bird species. Despite being protected by the Mexican government as a wildlife sanctuary in 1964, this unique island is currently threatened by climate change and human activity. [...]
The Devil's Road: A Baja Documentary In 1905, two American naturalists set out on horseback across the remote deserts of Baja California, Mexico. Their expedition was the first of its kind to span the entire peninsula and complete a comprehensive survey of Baja's flora and fauna. Zig-zagging from coast to coast across the desolate interior, [...]
In 1905, two American naturalists set out on horseback across the remote deserts of Baja California, Mexico. Their 2,000-mile expedition was the first of its kind to span the entire peninsula and complete a comprehensive survey of Baja's flora and fauna. Zig-zagging from coast to coast across the desolate interior, Edward William Nelson and Edward [...]