Documentary shorts — unscripted — featuring farmers, artisans, and others
Cathy Camper, a local Portland artist, makes interpretive portraits and images of nature from seeds.
Eau De Vie, the French word meaning “water of life”, is a spirited drink produced from the distillates of fermented and mashed fruit.
What an incredible year for Columbia River salmon! Over 1 million salmon have passed through the Bonneville Dam near the mouth of the Columbia River, and the daily runs have reached levels never seen before.
Nancy Arcement came upon the idea of making cuddly goat pillows out of chenille bedspreads and remnant pieces of upholstery fabric.
For two years, urban farmer Amanda Morse has grown food almost year-round on her farm in Portland. She markets her food to local restaurants and to customers direct through her farm stand.
In this short video, we filmed a fresh berry farmer, one of the largest direct to market sellers in the area as they harvested and prepared their fresh berries for a local farmer’s market.
At a team party, a group of soccer kids show us how to make the perfect s’more.
Namita Gupta Wiggens of the Museum of Contemporary Craft followed her own curiosity, and extensive knowledge of art history led her to create an interactive, multifaceted exhibit titled Object Focus: The Bowl.
As a 2nd generation owner, Alex Blosser, of Sokol-Blosser Winery says of their annual Fall harvest that it’s an intense time, only one chance to get the job done right.
As an Oregon winemaker, Andrew Rich knew he was within close proximity to two distinct grape growing regions: the Willamette Valley and Columbia Valley that afforded him certain advantages.