Chocolate Fountain A Creative Symposium in the Swiss Alps
I was invited to document and participate in this creative symposium in the alps of Lenzerheide, with musicians, artists and designers like Yasiin Bey (Mos Def), Inoue Brothers, Adrien Sauvage, Nancy Whang (LCD Soundsystem), Gazelle, Arc’teryx Aeilance and Findlay Brown.
We spent a week in northern Wisconsin learning how to track wolves. Traditionally used for hunting, today the modern science of animal tracking is widely practiced in the fields of wildlife biology, conservation and wildlife management.
The wolf population in Wisconsin has grown exponentially. In 2012, the federal government removed the Grey Wolf from their endangered species list opening the door for the state to legalize wolf hunting.
Opendox is a series of short documentaries about art, design and nature.
‘Questions for My Father’ is a document of the inquiries, doubts and reservations of a generation of men who came of age in the late 20th century. The art film by Karl Haendel and Petter Ringbom has been shown at Harris Lieberman Gallery, Susane Vielmetter Projects, Utah Museum of Contemporary Art and Wexner Center for the Arts. It was selected to the Art Video program at Miami Art Basel in 2012. More info»
Shot by Shane Sigler and produced by Adriane Giebel.
‘May Fly’ is a short film featuring Gustaf Skarsgård with music by Tobias Fröberg and Ane Brun. The film explores the relationship between two strangers who meet under curious circumstances. May Fly premiered at Stockholm International Film Festival and screened at festivals around the world. More info»
I had a very brief career on the track that ended with broken ribs, a nice permanent scar on my hip and some third place trophies to adorn a shelf in my bathroom. My friends at Best Made featured this film study from the Oakland Valley Race Track on their blog
I was asked to do a one minute presentation at the AIGA design and business conference. This was my response. A vicious fight between myself and the publisher of Nordic Reach magazine; Ulf Mårtensson, a client of six odd years. We shot it at Sixth Street Specials on the lower east side.