Continuing the edit for my film At the Edge of The Sea this week. I am so close to being done I can… well, maybe not taste it, but catch of whiff of it here and there. We have so much spectactular footage I want the film to be nine hours long so I can show it all off.
One of our huge helpers, interviewees, and all around awesome people in the film is Shane, from North Island Surf & Kayak. If you’re in the Tybee/Savannah area you should totally check them out! Kayak and SUP rentals, tours, and all kinds of crunchy outdoor goodness.
“My Dad always told me there are two types of people as pertains to the ocean – there are those who can take it or leave it, or those that can never leave it.” – Shane
I don’t usually post on Sundays, but this is kinda important: The photo above is of my friend Claire Christie, who along with her partner Jeremiah Prescott is in the midst of fundraising for their epic webseries, Kickass Animal Encounters, which is an idea so awesome that if they weren’t good friends of mine I would have to kill them and steal it. Basically, Claire and Jeremiah take us on a journey all over the world, showing places you can see and interact with some of the most amazing animals on the planet, safely, responsibly, and most importantly sustainably. (No cuddling baby tigers that will then be discarded when they get too big, and wind up in an animal sanctuary!) They have a Kickstarter going and are in their last week of fundraising, so if anyone can find a few pennies to donate, that would be amazing. They have some truly outstanding donor gifts, too!
You can check out their Kickstarter here:
or peep them on facebook:
And if you donate, send me confirmation and I’ll send you a special gifty: a 5×7 print from my Edge of the Sea movie, signed by my director and DP! You can pick from any of the stills we’ve published on Instagram, and I’ll make a selection of images available directly to donors as well. That is how strongly I want Kickass Animal Encounters to make it. I made my movie with the support of Kickstarter and I am a huge fan of the program and what it makes possible.
Thanks, and happy Sunday! Another still from Edge of the Sea, while we’re on it: