Sharing in other people's best days and life's work is a special privilege, but it's a category all it's own when the passions are your own to explore. This is the work that inspires and informs the way every other project gets done, the space to develop a unique point-of-view.
A Fortunate fault
Felix Culpa, meaning "A Fortunate Fault" follows adaptive athlete, Luke Ericson, as he trains to compete in the Wodapalooza Fitness Festival. Luke was born missing his left arm, the majority of his left lung, and subsequently developed scoliosis and type 1 diabetes. Despite being what most people would consider disabled, Luke views his situation as a gift, and one he is determined to use.
Documentary-style videography is a pretty specific style that at its best is used for, well, documentaries. This project started as a Kickstarter campaign and with the help of generous sponsors from the Adaptive Athlete, Crossfit, and Hawaiian communities became an inspirational ode to the power of perseverance in us all.
Greater love has no one than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends.
The 9/11 Museum and One World Observatory so beautifully etched the memory of the lives lost and the resilient spirit of the city of New York that even a small project to help others remember is an honor to share.
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