Climbing into the cramped, rusting prop plane on a blustery runway in Denver in December 2011, I tried to avoid thinking about safety issues.
Part One in a series of 'Wind River' posts. Deep in the basement of Chicago’s Field Museum’s Anthropology Department lie thousands of artifacts removed from the Eastern Shoshone and Northern Arapaho tribes of Wyoming over a hundred years ago. [...]
There's always plenty to do here at Alpheus Media. We always have a surplus of meetings, film shoots, and lots and lots of editing keeping us on our feet. That's why we have a fantastic team of editors compiling and fine tuning our footage to make the documentaries for our clients and festival entries. Among our team of highly devoted editors is film maker Heather Courtney [...]
Hey! It's me again, Carson Lane, the social media intern. I'll be the first to tell you that being an Alpheus Media intern ain't easy. It takes a ton of discipline to avoid eating all of the Whole Foods goodness stored in the pantry. It takes motivation to stick to your tasks when the team is watching interesting work in progress documentaries in the other room. But above all (and more seriously), it takes a great deal of patience; the work we do here takes time, skill and willingness to learn. Luckily for Alpheus, they managed to snag a handful of ah-mazing interns this summer [...]
When I walk into the Alpheus office each day, I hear fingers dancing quickly across keyboards as clips of documentaries are altered by seconds, muffled business calls through the door of Mat’s office and pens scratching notes of new clients and deadlines.
And then I hear “Hey you, good afternoon!” That’s Karen Skloss [...]