Check out the video that David wrote and narrated for TED-Ed, the new educational offshoot of TED talks. We’re proud to be TED ED pioneers.
The inaugural TEDx Jackson Hole event took place at Jackson Lake Lodge on Oct. 2, 2011, as part of the Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival. If you’re not familiar with TED, it’s a nonprofit organization founded in California 26 years ago that hosts conferences devoted to ‘ideas worth spreading.’ At these events, speakers give ‘the talks of their lives.’ TED speakers have included Bill Gates, Jane Goodall, Phillipe Stark, Sir …continue…
This 19 minute film documents TreeFight’s exciting first year. Included in the United Nations International Year of Forests Film Festival, Seeing Red was partially funded by prize money that David Gonzales won in the inaugural State of Wyoming Short Film Festival in 2008. Thanks to all the treefighters who helped make this film happen!
Late this summer, US State Department filmmaker Brandon Bloch caught wind of TreeFight, and decided to come out to Jackson Hole and create a video. It’s the first in a series of videos the State Department is producing on the subject of climate change. Pretty sweet, huh? And not something you’d expect from the gubmint. Check out Brandon’s personal Vimeo page, too. He’s produced a lot of quality stuff.