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A Year on the Road: Over the Border

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Exploring Agua Prieta, Mexico after dark

Like many people, I have an innate fascination with international borders --  what they represent and what they separate. Perhaps driving across the border into Mexico at dusk for a scenic drive isn't the best idea, but I have had worse.  These images were collected through an evening in March 2013 across the US border at Douglas, AZ. Once across the border, I took off rambling through......read more

Rise Above Plastics

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Animated short for worthy Surfrider Foundation initiative.

Rise Above Plastics is a charitable project that seeks to reduce the impact of plastic pollution on the marine environment. They just launched this awesome little animated promo vid with the help Portland creative agency Borders Perrin Norrander. For more information, check out the Rise Above Plastics website.....read more

Booka Shade "Crossing Borders"

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Eye-spinning clip shot via drone copter

For all the high-tech rigs being set up to shoot film and video these days, we haven't heard of any so intensely next-level as a DRONE COPTER WITH SEVEN GOPROS ATTACHED TO IT. That's what the people at Pier Pictures used to shoot this eye-spinning video for "Crossing Borders," the latest single from Booka Shade. The velvety house cut serves as soundtrack to a short clip that completely warps the......read more

Apolis Middle East Project

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LA company ignites cross-border footwear collaboration between Israel and Palestine

This short video tells an inspiring story of a cross-border, cooperative triumph over exclusionary geo-politics. It starts in Los Angeles, where Apolis is based. The design/advocacy brand hires third-generation shoemaker Shlomy Azolay to craft its Co-Op Leather Sandals in Tel Aviv, Israel. Azolay, for his part, partners with West Bank-based footwear producer Mohammad “Hijazi”......read more

A Year on the Road: Population 1

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A day in a forgotten border town

This is a story of a man who calls himself the sheriff, the mayor, and the town drunk. He is Population: 1 in a forgotten town just off the border of Mexico. After 1941, the last resident left this mining encampment and no one ever came back... except for Sundog. After traveling for 14 years, he landed in this ghost town living as the miners did; without electricity or running......read more

Is Organic Always Sustainable?

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How our demand for organic produce is depleting aquifers south of the border

On Mexico's arid Baja Peninsula, the organic agriculture sector is thriving, thanks in no small part to booming demand for year-round organic produce in America. But as Elizabeth Rosenthal points out in The New York Times, our growing appetite for all things organic carries an environmental cost: intensive irrigation. Every ton of organic produce exported from Mexico contributes aquifer......read more

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