“Perceptive Travel” recently published an adapted chapter from my upcoming book, “The Lost Continent.”
Do films actually matter? I spend a lot of time wringing my hands over this question, especially since I’ve committed so much of my life to making them. A recent trip to Colombia to screen our latest film provided some answers.
How libraries are like coral reefs.
The corals of Varadero have endured five hundred years of human conflict, but they may not survive Colombia’s fragile peace.
Feeling like a pirate leaving Cartagena not with a ship full of stolen Spanish plunder, but with a treasure of stories of the people working to save a small piece of of threatened reef.
On the road producing a film about Red Sea corals in Saudi Arabia, we stumbled into some amazing meals.