SwampScapes, is a sensory immersion into one of Florida’s most endangered ecosystems, the Everglades.  The piece involves an award winning 360 º documentary and an installation that transports users from the treetops of urban swamps to the remote sloughs of the Fakahatchee swamp, permitting users to discover seven critically endangered landscapes. As cities have grown, wetlands and swamps around the world have been sacrificed to pave the way for housing, agriculture and industry without much regard for what is lost. One of the biggest threats to swamps is a lack of understanding of the role they play in capturing carbon, fostering biodiversity, and buffering us from storms and rising seas. The project employs interactive media to foster awareness and connection to this extraordinary ecosystem.

Awards and Selected Screenings

  • RIDM, Montreal International Documentary (April, 2019)

    Hot Docs (April, 2019)

    Wildlife Film Festival Rotterdam (2019)

    SXSW.edu (March 8, 2019)

    Group Exhibition at Laundromat Art Space (March 2019)

    WaterMarks Program, ASLO, Puerto Rico (March, 2019)

    Tacoma Film Festival (October, 2018)

    GEM, Miami International Festival (October, 2018)

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