The farm-to-table movement has deep roots along the Front Range of Colorado, and is one of the nation’s hotspots for organic, chef-driven cuisine using locally grown and sourced ingredients. But small organic farmers here face many challenges, from weather to climate to competition from the energy industry and the exploding population. And at the root of the problem is the ever-growing scarcity of water along the Front Range. Will the movement survive the significant challenges it faces in one of America’s fastest growing regions? We explore the subject in Back to the Land (in production).
A segment from our pilot episode of our television series, The Wine Travelers, a global exploration of winemaking regions and the wine lifestyle. The series originally aired on Life TV UK and online on several wine and food-oriented platforms, including Digital Nomads culinary series.
Following on the heels of our successful documentary, Beer Hunter: The Movie, is Whisk(e)y Chasing, a documentary about the global whiskey renaissance. The film honors the late author and television personality Michael Jackson, who’s books on the subjects of craft beer and whisky literally helped inspire and shape the unprecedented brewing and distilling revolutions sweeping the globe. The film is a record of our journery from Scotland through the United States, tracking the whiskey revolution and investigating Michael’s influence in this dynamic and wildly creative new world of spirit production. The film is still in production as we seek additional sponsorship for travel to Ireland, Japan, and a return trip to Scotland, and a series will be made from the library of footage.