I’m excited to share the latest video for Paddle Florida, a promotional for their Flagler Coastal Experience held in northeast Florida. Bill Richards approached me more than five years ago with an interest in creating videos for their diverse eco-oriented, kayak-camping trips throughout the state. Many videos later, I am still humbled by the trust …
Experiencing a landscape scarred and abandoned by government failure, an artist must come to grips with the impending loss of her subject matter: a collection of majestic freshwater springs exposed only for a short time before being smothered and forgotten beneath waters held back by an aging and purposeless dam.
Exploring the Great Calusa Blueway in southwest Florida with Paddle Florida.
Made with seashells and salt spray by Matt Keene at Pallet House Pictures.
A short teaser highlighting the 2015-16 drawdown of the Rodman Pool and hinting at an upcoming environmental documentary and artist profile.
The third video in a series for Paddle Florida, Paddle Florida: Dam to the Bay highlights their Ochlockonee River eco-adventure in Florida’s Panhandle. The video was filmed, edited and produced by Matt Keene.
The second video in a series of videos for Paddle Florida, Paddle Florida: Florida Keys Challenge follows the company’s 88-mile eco-adventure through the Florida Keys.
An examination of the Kirkpatrick (Rodman) Dam and its impacts on the Ocklawaha River in Florida. Produced for River be dammed, a multimedia project investigating the Ocklawaha River and its relationship with the Kirkpatrick Dam. Reported, filmed and edited by Matt Keene. See the full project at riverbedammed.org