Joseph P. Hupy, a professor of geography at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, has developed a new field of geographic study based on a possible new marker of the Anthropocene: strategic bombing.
This video was made for Undark.org - undark.org/article/bombscapes-of-war-and-soil/
A short selection of still images from a year where I spent most of my time making moving images...
Third-party Libertarian Presidential candidate Gary Johnson and his running mate William Weld held an election night celebration at the Hotel Albuquerque. The two former governors garnered about three percent of the popular vote in the 2016 election.
Originally shot on deadline for ruptly.tv
A little (fictional) film made with friends in Albuquerque for the 48 Hour Film Project.
A story on developing new seed strains to combat climate change and famine in East Timor. Originally commissioned by SciDev.Net
A look at the link between modern farming and ancient Maya farming practices in the jungles of southern Belize. Includes interviews with Maya farmer Eladio Pop and his Agouti Farm and Chris Nesbitt at the Maya Mountain Research Farm. Originally done for SciDev.Net.
A video trip to Phnom Kulen, Cambodia, for Archaeology Magazine.
A collection of my favorite photos from 2014
Video and data visualization explaining the background to Eternal Harvest: The Legacy of American Bombs in Laos.
A look at the pros and cons of roadbuilding in the developing world.