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Author Archives: Unintended Consequences Documentary Project
This is a documentary I shot last year about dear friends of mine. Please feel free to share with anyone you think would benefit from this amazing perspective on life. Very inspiring. The Gift is a life affirming documentary about … Continue reading
Here are a few more new images taken over the New Year break in Canmore, Alberta.
Originally posted on Susan on the Soapbox:
“Take a second to really look at what you hear.” – Neil Young, singer/songwriter Neil Young knows how to rile up a crowd. In a 15 minute press conference* to kick off his…
November 6, 2013 By: Matt Palmer I have been absent for many months, as you may have noticed. This is due to a number of things, a combination of spending time working on some other projects, including the new Christopher … Continue reading
April 22, 2013 By Matt Palmer This article by George Monbiot “Let’s stop hiding behind recycling and be honest about consumption” illustrates one of the big challenges facing global society: consumption and the off shoring of emissions. Monbiot argues that countries claims … Continue reading
April 15, 2013 By Matt Palmer I ran tonight in memory of all those in Boston, and for all those affected by the bombings at the marathon. I ran on the treadmill, watching the news, crying at points as the … Continue reading