Mile 19 // by Vincent DeLuca
May 2, 2017 by Adam Brewer in Inspiration 0 Comments

“When you get to that 19-mile mark, and you know you got seven miles, and you think about that – man, that’s gonna haunt you, that’s gonna tear you down. But you got to put that aside, and just go. You gotta grind it out, cuz life ain’t nothing but a grind, man.” Johnnie Jameson is a Legacy Runner, who just completed his 30th consecutive race in the L.A. Marathon. This Vietnam War veteran, who enjoys his work with the U.S. Postal Service because he gets the chance to serve others, finds healing in the power of running. His story is an inspiration. Director and Editor: Vincent DeLuca Producer: Jemma Davis DP and Editor: Karee Maxson Associate Producer: Trevor Hall Additional Camera: Zach Gouz Music Supervisor: Dan Gross Audio Post: One Thousand Birds Sound Supervisor: Andrew Tracy Sound Design/Mix: Calvin Pia Production Managers: Ethan Downing & Hayley Pappas Colorist: Gabriele Turchi Visual Effects: Sam Sullivant Production Secretary: Timothy Miller Music “I Ain’t the Same”: Alabama Shakes “Be My Girl”: El Goodo “Man on Fire”: Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros

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Glass Blowing // by Jerôme de Garlache
April 28, 2017 by Adam Brewer in Inspiration 0 Comments

“It’s not so much about technique or how it looks, it’s just more about how it feels. It’s that very emotional part of us that I really try and tap into.” Jeremy Maxwell Wintrebert is a skilled technician at glass blowing. But more than that, he taps into the real artistry behind the craft that makes his work unique. A good reminder for all craftsmen and artists to stay attuned to that emotional connection underlying our work! Director: Jerôme de Garlache

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The Only B-Girl in Alaska // by Great Big Story
April 28, 2017 by Adam Brewer in Inspiration 0 Comments

“I’ve done almost every sport there is out there and done all these thrills. I have never felt the same as I do when I’m dancing.” Bri McMillen is a break dancer. She goes by “B-Girl Snap One.” She’s double-jointed and competes only against the men. Oh, and she lives in Alaska. And she’s a UH-60 Black Hawk mechanic in the U.S. Army. We admire Bri’s passion and drive for her craft. Her self-discipline and focus is something we could all learn from! Produced by: Great Big Story

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She Walks the Line // by Great Big Story
April 26, 2017 by Adam Brewer in Inspiration 0 Comments

“When you high-line often, you really learn to train your fear like a muscle.” Faith Dickey is a professional slackliner. What does that mean, exactly? Well, she likes to tightrope across some incredibly high places with nothing other than a line and her own two feet! We got a little dizzy just looking at it. Faith has learned to master her fear and adrenaline — something that we can all aim for! Footage: Faith Dickey and Chloe Roux-Mollard Produced by: Great Big Story

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Lunch Atop a Skyscraper // by Éamonn Ó Cualáin
April 26, 2017 by Adam Brewer in Inspiration 0 Comments

“Their attitude, I think, their casualness, the indifference to the risk that they’re taking, is what separates the photograph.” Sadly, we may never know the identities of these “men at lunch” 800 feet above the ground in Manhattan. But this iconic photograph perfectly captures the pioneer spirit driving the vertical expansion of New York City in 1932, and portrays the courage and pride that these eleven immigrants exhibit in their work. Executive Producer: Kira Pollack Director: Éamonn Ó Cualáin Producer: Paul Moakley Editor: Conal de Cléir Coordinating Producer: Tara Johnson  

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Being Batman // by Ryan Freeman
April 26, 2017 by Adam Brewer in Inspiration 0 Comments

“There is a feeling that exudes from inside of me. I allow myself to be free.” For this man, true freedom comes with stepping into the shoes of Bruce Wayne. The synchronicity that he feels with Batman causes him to don the mask and cape, and become who he really is. This short work by Ryan Freeman is an intriguing look behind that mask. Director and Music: Ryan Freeman Producer: Lossless Creative Drone and Camera Assistant: Nick Freeman

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The Man Behind the Mountain- An Intimate Look at American Folk Artist Leonard Knight // by Ben Stoddard & David Ehrenreich

“The crazy folks I’ve known… had somehow made a conscious decision to go there”, replies Bill Ammons when asked about Leonard Knight- a man who lived out of his truck since 1984, until his death, while he built his masterpiece.  Leonard lived without electricity or running water for 30 years outside Niland, California where he was devoted to living by one simple word, “love”.  Leonard’s strikingly colorful mountain symbolically sits against the backdrop of a desert.   He tells us, “let’s all love each other and keep it simple.” Directed/Edited – Ben Stoddard & David Ehrenreich Director of Photography – David Ehrenreich Music – Brennan Lloyd Sound Design – Nate Evans To learn more about the preservation of Salvation Mountain please visit – salvationmountain.org

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Jordanne // by Zak Razvi

“I just feel like you should just be the person that you were born to be…and live on”. Meet Jordanne Whiley.  She’s 22 years old and she’s broken her legs 26 times.  Describing her bones as “brittle”, Jordanne has proven that her resilient heart is anything but.  In this film by Zak Razvi, prepare to be inspired to jump over your own hurdles.  Maybe what we perceive to be limitations are illusions in actuality. Director: Zak Razvi Producer: Rik Green Production Manager: Ore Okonedo Production Company: Pulse Films Cinematographer: Steve Annis Focus Puller: Mike Linforth Clapper Loader: Sam Ebrahim-Riley Editor: Paul O’Reilly @ Homespun Colourist: Matthieu Toullet @ MPC London Post Producer: Edwin Elkington @ MPC London Composer: Luis Almau @ Soundtree Sound Design: Mike Bamford & Jamie Lewis @ String&Tins  

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An Undertaking // by Dark Rye

Michael Yates is a woodworker – a woodworker whose Grandmother asked him to build her coffin.  In a film by Dark Rye, we are privileged to be able to listen to Michael’s story about building the most emotionally complex piece that he’s ever created. Michael’s interview shines with authenticity.   He thoughtfully tells us, “I’ll remember her as chuckling, and me swinging in her sundress as a toddler, swimming lessons, the way her sandwiches tasted, Cheetos, and Grandad’s barbecue chicken. . .” See more at darkrye.com

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Twenty Eight Feet: life on a little wooden boat // by Kevin A. Fraser

“I think I’m one of the richest people in the world.  I feel great. “ David Welsford’s home is aboard his beloved Lizzy Belle – a 50 year old wooden sailboat.  From Kevin A. Fraser comes a documentary about a man living a life that many would dream about- but few would manifest.  It’s clear to see that Welsford seems to have found a sense of peace at sea.  His life inspires us to first find out what you love and then to dive in and devote yourself completely to nurturing that passion. Director & Cinematographer: Kevin A Fraser kevinAfraser.com Featuring & Additional Photography: David Welsford TwentyEightFeet.com Editor: Shawn Beckwith postbeckwith.com Colorist: Chris MacIntosh vimeo.com/55644436 Post Audio: Craig Sperry Producers: Kevin A Fraser & Melani Wood kevinANDmelani.ca

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Five/Five // by Chris Jurchak

From Chris Jurchak comes a film about Brandon Todd- he’s 5’5” and he can dunk a basketball.  In one summer only, through extremely intensive training and with ultimate determination- he was able to gain 18.5 inches on his vertical leap.  Brandon doesn’t care that dunking a basketball doesn’t rack up any more points than shooting a regular basket.  He wanted to do it to show that it could be done.  He tells us, “The only way to get to succeeding is failing.  You have to learn how to succeed”.   fivefivedocumentary.com Director: Chris Jurchak Producer: Aaron Hill Lighting Director and Colorist: Anthony Jacoway Cinematographer: Rob Ruscher Composer: Kevin Burnes kevinburnes.com Camera Operator: Chad Vossen Key Grip: Kelsey Peters Production Assistant: Andrew Morris Executive Producers: Tristan Pelligrino and Chad Vossen Ambient Sounds: “Somewhere Between Night And Sky” (by A.M)freemusicarchive.org/music/AM/WHNZ1NYMI/03_Somewhere_Between_Night_And_Sky_by_AM Special Thanks to: 522 Productions 522productions.com ikan Corp ikancorp.com

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Amanda Jasnowski // by Like Knows Like

Amanda Jasnowski is a photographer living in Brooklyn.  Born in Spain, she moved to Ohio at a young age.  When old enough- she decided to take her craft to New York to see if she could stand out in such a large city.  As she shows us her photographs, she says, “I want people to know how beautiful people are”.  Like Knows Like created a film that shows us success can be dreamy, beautiful, and soft.  As Amanda’s boyfriend will tell you, “fear is for jerks”.       Made for the ongoing likeknowslike.com documentary project, founded by filmmaker basberkhout.nl and photographermarijekuiper.nl Follow the project: likeknowslike.tumblr.com Join the community: likeknowslike.com/hello Check out Amanda Jasnowski: instagram.com/hokaytokay amandajas.com

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The Pixel Painter // by Josh Bogdan & Ryan Lasko

“When I lost my eyesight, I thought that my painting days were over”.   A touching and uplifting portrait from Ryan Lasko and Josh Bogdan about Ryan’s grandfather, Hal, who worked as a graphic designer before computers were utilized in the industry.  After being diagnosed with blindness in the center of his vision, he turned to Microsoft Paint as a way to overcome his medical limitations.  Hal’s youthful spirit shines through his vibrant Pixel Paintings- where he thinks the pixilation- is the best part.  The title of his newest creation, Space Highways, is a reflection of Hal’s ability to embrace the future and to happily step into the unknown.   Director: Josh Bogdan (joshbogdan.com) Director: Ryan Lasko (ryanlasko.com) Editor/Writer: Josh Bogdan Director of Photography: Topaz Adizes (topazadizes.com) Original Music: Jarrod Pedone (JarrodPedone.com) Original Music: Tyler H. Brown (thbproductions.com) See more work at hallasko.com Copyright Notice All artwork images used in this video are the exclusive property of Harold Lasko. All rights reserved. Any other use of these artwork images, without expressed written consent is strictly prohibited.

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Creative Compulsive Disorder & Remembering Zina Nicole Lahr // by Stormy Pyeatte

A great video from Stormy Pyeatte about a fascinating artist, Zina Nicole Lehr, who shares some of her creations with us- ranging from a dreamy flashlight parasol to a gigantic tarantula puppet made for a television show. She somehow, magically, manages to speak with mature certainty and elegance combined with the wonder of a young child. In her whimsical tone, she tells us, “so if it’s trash or junk, or things that people would normally throw away, I try to find ways to re-fabricate them into something useful and beautiful”.  A film by Zina Lehr & Stormy Pyeatte stormypyeatte.com

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The Heat // by Chris Eversole
November 29, 2013 by Joseph Litzinger in Inspiration, Story 0 Comments

“One day I just got up and said I want some kind of focus!”     Director // Cinematographer // Photographer c twitter.com/chriseversole instagram.com/chriseversole facebook.com/chriseversole

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Jack // by Grace Jackson
October 21, 2013 by Joseph Litzinger in Inspiration, Story 0 Comments

Life has its problems; it’s how well you can contend with those problems that will be the result. JACK Jack lives a simple life – a life he always wanted.  36 years ago, he built a remote cabin 5 miles from anywhere.  He first fell in love with the land at age 11 and it looks exactly like it did 80 years ago.  It’s a place that doesn’t change, it seems to be just the same, and that’s unusual anywhere you go and exactly what Jack wants. CREDITS: Film/Edit :  Grace Jackson    

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Duct Tape Surfing // by Mark Tipple
September 16, 2013 by Joseph Litzinger in Inspiration, Story 0 Comments

If we go to different waves and meet different people and show them what you can do and what they can do, it may not be their dream but for them to follow their own dream and to concentrate on the positive in life. PASCALE HONORE & TYRON SWAN Pascale Honore loves surfing.  But after a near-fatal accident her surfing days were over – or so she thought.  Tyron Swan, a family friend  came up with duct tape surfing. At the time he didn’t realize the impact his idea would have and the inspiration he would become.  He was seemingly just helping out a friend.  With determination (and duct tape) Pascale achieved her dream to surf. Her outlook is contagious and her beauty for life worth sharing. CREDITS: Film/Edit : Mark Tipple MarkTipple.com | Facebook.com/MarkTipplePhoto Music : Halfway House, Apricot Rail music.HiddenShoal.com | Facebook.com/ApricotRail

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Mixed Medium Painter: Devin Troy Strother // by Thrash Lab

“I am kind of moving towards this whole dialogue between me and little black people and the black people are aware they are in the painting and that I am the creator and we are working together to make these compositions.” DEVIN TROY STROTHER Devin Troy Strother creates paintings that resemble his unique perspective.  He reaches out to art and design blogs that might showcase his work; in the chance they will post about his art (like we did!).   He believes in social media as a way to get his work seen by more people. A good example of Devin’s inspiration is a story where, in passing, he heard someone say, “she walked really black past me”. He took this phrase and let his imagination run wild.  On a single piece of paper Devin drew a person. He cut his drawing out, painted him and glued him to his paper. It looks like they are in the space but out at the same time and that’s how the collage painting came to be.  Devin’s passion is evident throughout his work. More videos by: Thrash Lab http://www.youtube.com/user/thethrashlab?feature=watch More work by Devin. http://thrashlab.com/devin-troy-strother-front-back-side-to-side-8210/  

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Wouldn’t you like to be alive and doing what you love when you’re 94.

Age isn’t important, its what you’re doing at that age thats important. HY SNELL Sure it’s a documentary that Phizer paid to have made but it doesn’t make it less interesting. Hy Snell is an inspiring 94-year-old man whose passion is painting.  This video, part of the “Get Old” campaign, aims to spread positive awareness on aging by showcasing stories such as the one made about Hy. Ironically, (or perhaps pointedly) Hy does not think about growing old. Happiness is important to Hy and he gets happiness from painting, so he paints.   It is this pleasure that makes him want to continue.  Even with the realization that one day he may go blind, he vows to never give up painting and make the best art he can. Hy’s outlook on life is contagious. He is happy in his simple world of creativity and I am happy watching him in it.   Video Credits: Production Company | Post Production | Creative Collective: Variable Director | Editor: Jonathan Bregel Executive Producer: Tyler Ginter Producer: Alex Friedman Production Supervisor: Paige DeMarco Production Coordinator: Alexandra Van Voorst van Beest Cinematographer | Photographer | Colorist: Khalid Mohtaseb Art Director: Joseph Sciacca 1st AC | DIT : Dan Stewart Sound […]

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Sarah found what made her happy and held on tight.

Its almost as if I’m not thinking about what I’m doing, my breathing changes, my mind just kind of clears and I go to a different place SARAH DINARDO It started with Chiquita Banana Stickers. Everyone has a vice – and Sarah DiNardo’s is rolling tape. At a young age, Sarah’s mom not only taught her to see the beauty in something for what it was but also for what something could potentially become. Sarah’s story is an inspirational one for it is very unique. Odd? Maybe. But that’s what makes the documentary fascinating. Sarah’s passion for making art out of rolling stickers helps her achieve the stillness, peace and happiness she craves. For Sarah, the resistance of pulling your fingers off of something sticky and exploring what you are holding is exciting. Sarah’s message is strong – find what makes you happy and hold on tight. Directed, Filmed and Edited by: Gnarly bay productions, Inc.  For more info on Sara – Visit: sarahannedinardo.com/

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Everything is Incredible, including this documentary.

The problem is that everything is incredible and people don’t accept it.  AGUSTIN Agustin, is a severely disabled Honduran man who has been building a homemade helicopter for 50 years. What began as a 3-month project continues to this day.  Despite being confined to a wheel chair, Agustin is full of life, is passionate about his work and believes everything is incredible. Agustin has a keen, patient mind. I was blown away by his devotion. He cannot fly a helicopter and so he is going to build one instead.  This helicopter is symbolic of so much more. As the video has captured, it has kept him alive and conquered his loneliness.  Throughout the video I found myself cheering for Agustin. I hope his helicopter will one day fly. I want to believe his final design will be a successful one. Directed, Filmed and Edited by: Tyler Bastian If you are interested in helping Agustin with his dream go to igg.me/p/319117/x/29265 

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This documentary on Ana Kraš is inspirational and its obvious.

Surround yourself with objects, people and hopefully situations that you want. Todays documentary comes to us from The Avant/Garde Diaries.  What I found most interesting about Ana is how the long, manual work she does serves as meditation. She wants to design objects that feel comfortable and user friendly. This theme of ease is vibrant throughout the video. Since moving to the United States Ana says she lives in a different world now. I imagine this change creates great inspirations. Ana says we are not aware of inspirations when we are receiving them, they are often not very obvious.  The idea of looking into a world from the outside gives endless possibilities for creative ideas that may have otherwise been overlooked. When designing Ana thinks, what can I make with my own hands? Ana thinks back to the basics, little things that can give new twists. She does this by surrounding herself with objects, people and situations that inspire her. Take a look at The Avant/Garde Diaries for more great content like the video posted: THEAVANTGARDEDIARIES.COM FACEBOOK.COM/THEAVANTGARDEDIARIES Directed by Andrew Neel Produced by Callie Barlow & Tom Davis  Director of Photography: Ethan Palmer  Sound by Michael Silvestri  Edited by Matt Burke Music by […]

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Oliver’s mind is filled with thoughts begging to be released.

I’m really lucky, I get to do what I love for a living.  I feel a sense of responsibility to enjoy that as much as a I can.  OLIVER JEFFERS “Im really lucky, I get to do what I love for a living” – if there ever was a quote summing up the videos posted on IH, this would be it.  Running at 2:30, this documentary is super short but it’s a great example of what we hope this site will be.  Watching this video, you really get a sense of Oliver’s passion for drawing and telling stories and its clear Oliver loves being a storybook artist. Similar to Oliver, the storytelling in this video is unique, creative and fun to watch. I enjoyed seeing the way he works. He never knows when he’ll get a new idea and that spontaneity is fun to participate in.  For Oliver, storytelling is a fascinating platform for putting together the words and pictures he feels compelled to share. Without this outlet, they would stay locked in his mind.  What’s locked in your mind?   Directed, Filmed and Edited by: Mac Premo   

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Step 1 – Buy an iPhone. Step 2 – become a world renowned photographer.

Find somewhere you want to explore, drive there and try 1 night and shoot the next day and it can become as obsession.  That’s how it happened for me.  I found myself doing it full time.  KEVIN RUSS Kevin Russ travels the country photographing his journey using just his iPhone.  And his pictures are setting the photography world ablaze.   His message to fans – what I do, anyone can. As he travels he spends most of his nights sleeping in his car. He smiles, his eye light up as he talks about his experiences. Kevin is truly passionate about his work. Kevin chose Instagram as a place to post his photos because of its sense of community. Wildlife is his favorite because of its challenge and he never knows what to expect. His favorite moment was just that – unexpected. He came face-to-face with a herd of moose. Wildlife is also where Kevin gets his inspiration from, which is why he constantly likes to surround himself in this world. Directed, Filmed and Edited by: Max Monty  

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This man is behind you but you cant see him – a movie projectionist.
February 16, 2013 by Joseph Litzinger in Inspiration, Story 4 Comments

I spent more time with these projectors then I spend with my family. RIDWANN FRIDLE I have long been an admirer of Philip Bloom’s videos.  They’re beautiful, slow and methodical.  And his documentary on Ridwaan Fridle is a great example of why I created this site in the first place.  Ridwaan has a passion for projectors, Philip has a passion for photography, and I have a passion for learning about new people. Throughout daily life we pass thousands of people and each one of them has some kind of story to tell.  Ridwaan spent 50 years getting to the point at which this documentary was shot and in seven minutes you can see the passion that propelled his life.  Ironically though – like Philip Blooms work, we are moving away from celluloid and towards a digital medium.  In the video, Ridwaan gets very emotional about the possibility of being out of work.  But even as we move towards digital, I think there will always be something special about seeing a movie with actual film projected from an actual projectionist.  I hope Ridwaan, Phillip and everyone with a passion aren’t out of work anytime soon. Directed, Filmed and Edited by: Philip […]

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Royce White (and the NBA) are anxious to see how this plays out.
February 15, 2013 by Interesting Human in Inspiration, Story 2 Comments

When I come out here I disappear into my own little world.  This is my secret fort.  I can come out here and let my imagination go wild. Royce White In the 2012 NBA draft, the Houston Rockets selected Royce White to join their team, but as this emotional video from Grantland shows – they took a big risk. Royce suffers from an anxiety disorder and was a risky choice.  The mini doc follows him through the days leading up to the draft.  Hope was that he could overcome his fear but that doesn’t look like its going to be the case.  Human Interest Stories are traditionally “fluff happy pieces” but more and more short documentaries are diving into deeper issues and subjects. This seems like the beginning of a story where a protagonist struggles with conflict only to triumphantly succeed in the end. But sometimes in real life there is no happy ending. He is a household name in Houston but not for good reasons.   Royces may end up as a footnote in NBA history and forgotten as time goes on.  He has a disease and is hated for it.  His story is ripe for a followup video but for now – here’s the first (and […]

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Jon Contino’s art is not special. Yet.
February 14, 2013 by Interesting Human in Inspiration, Story 0 Comments

I don’t want to plateau at any point. I don’t want to hit a point where I am just happy with what I am doing. As soon as I am happy with what I am doing I can’t imagine I would be happy. JON CONTINO Jon Contino, a 29-year-old designer from Greenpoint, Brooklyn, has always had a vibrant fascination with lettering and logos. The video accurately portrays Jon as a passionate artist who is constantly thriving to be a better designer and person. Jon’s story shows what is possible with dedication. He feels he has been able to achieve success. Yet, it was not without hard work. Throughout the video he recognizes this. Jon finds inspiration in the people and things around him. He continuously wants to produce meaningful art. Jon’s story is a true motivation. In the video he talks about the need to “step it up.” Jon always wants to be better, to do better.  He stops short however of calling himself special. He believes maybe in the future he will be. Jon is well on his way. He will see, one day, that he has already set himself apart. Camera by, Directed by and Edited by: Kevin […]

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Smoke em if you got em – and this guy will make em for you.
February 13, 2013 by Interesting Human in Inspiration, Story 1 Comment

In here, everyone is welcomed. It doesn’t matter who you are. It doesn’t matter if you are young, old, white or black. We just want to get to know each other and talk about cigars and life. JESUS ANTONIO MARTINEZ At Martinez’s Cigar Shop in New York, all cigars are made from scratch. Dominican immigrant Don Antonio Martinez started this small shop in 1974. Thirty-eight years later his son, Jesus, continues the tradition with great pride. This mini doc is a truthful testimony from the loyal customers that truly appreciate homemade cigars and great company.  The passion from Jesus is contagious. It’s evident throughout the video that this is not your average shop. Jesus believes the process of hand rolling cigars makes his product special, especially in a time when machines replace hands. Starting with planting the seeds the entire process is hand made. It’s clear from watching this video that each of Jesus’s cigars are a work of art.  His shop is a neighborhood institution.  “This is heaven”, “here you are treated like family”, “you never want to leave”, “the shop feels like home”, “we understand each other and we care” – it’s easy to see why this shop goes beyond […]

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Bill Moggridge is dead but he lived an amazing life. 1943-2012
January 30, 2013 by Interesting Human in Inspiration, Story 0 Comments

I’ve thought of my career I suppose in 3 basic phases. First was being a designer myself. The second phase was a manger of design teams or helping interdisciplinary teams of people work together and then I thought of myself more as a storyteller. Then I thought it might be possible to do that on a national scale and design an international design authority, perfect for storytelling. BILL MOGGRIDGE Bill Moggridge’s life was clearly an influential one. The stories of his ideas, empathy, drive, bubbly personality and warm, radiant smile are evident in this video. Bill was an industrial designer; he was a real visionary. Bill helped invent the notion of interaction design. The video does a great job at showing Bill’s way of thinking. He was driven by what he could learn, what was new to learn about. It’s evident that his ability to be a great listener helped him to exceed. He always wanted to be better, to work together, to bring success. It is fascinating to watch Bill’s life unfold in the video. He is a spectacular human being. He saw the world from his design perspective. It shows in every facet of his life. It was never […]

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Unlike you – Rohan hunts, fishes and gathers his own food.
January 29, 2013 by Interesting Human in Inspiration, Story 0 Comments

I am a person that takes care of my own food. I hunt, fish, gather. I cook all my own food. That lifestyle appeals to people because it offers an alternative to what people aren’t living.  ROHAN ANDERSON Rohan Anderson’s obsession of hunting, fishing and gathering his own food began when he was a young boy. He grew up on a small Gippsland farm in Victoria with his mom, who inspired him to live a self-sufficient life. Eating what the land provides has always fascinated Rohan. When the opportunity arose, Rohan had the crazy idea of building a log cabin smokehouse. This video does a good job of capturing Rohan’s lifestyle. He likes the idea of learning a process for himself, by himself. His story shows how a vision can become a reality. Along his journey, many mistakes were made. That is how Rohan learns. He remembers those failures and celebrates the successes. The video accurately exposes Rohan’s fascination with building a food community. He wants to share with friends and family who appreciate good food. Rohan does a good job of enjoying the simplicity life has to offer. If we did not live such structured, rigid, busy, stressful lives, […]

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