Multimedia Conservation Stories
Since 2000 Jerry and Marcy have partnered with NGO’s to photograph more than 100 land conservation projects in the region, contributing to the protection of several hundred thousand acres of wilderness and open space. This exposure to compelling environmental issues inspired Jerry to begin producing multimedia stories about some of his projects in 2010. By combining stills, video, and audio interviews into short documentary films, Jerry is able to give more depth to the stories of the people and land he encounters in his work. With several projects completed, Jerry’s multimedia productions are already receiving recognition in the conservation community. His film, The Anderson Farm, recently kicked off the Whaleback Environmental Film and Art Festival and was featured in an episode of thegreenscreen.tv. His film, Freeing the Ashuelot, was screened at last year’s National River Rally in North Charleston, South Carolina.
Jerry’s most recent film projects can be seen below.
Trees Not Towers. Four Lands. For New Hampshire. Forever.
Trees Not Towers is one of several videos currently in production for the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests‘ fight against the proposed Northern Pass electricity transmission line project.
Stand Up for our Rivers
Stand Up for our Rivers is one of several videos Jerry produced for the Connecticut River Watershed Council in 2012. These videos encouraged residents of the Hartford, Connecticut area to approve a clean water bond initiative in the November election. The initiative passed by a 3 to 1 margin.
Two Days in Acadia
Fun with time lapse in Maine’s Acadia National Park.
The Anderson Farm
Running out of Rabbits
To see more of Jerry’s multimedia projects visit: the EcoPhotography page on Vimeo
While Jerry currently has several new projects on tap, he is always on the lookout for new and interesting conservation stories. If you know of a story you think needs to be told, give Jerry a call today.