Yes, we are finally working on the DVD’s for you. We are assembling the videos, burning test DVDs and then adjusting the process of converting HD (16x9) into... Read more
The last segement of Danger in the Reeds is now online!
Yesterday I posted the last of the 11 segments of Danger in the Reeds to Youtube and then added the transcript to the webpage at www.dangerinthereeds.com which features that video.... Read more
Latest Addition Posted
The video segment "The Great Marsh Classroom" was finished last week and added to the collection of short videos in the series, Danger in the Reeds. This video focuses on... Read more
Two new Danger in the Reeds titles online!
The seemingly endless cold and weekly snow storms have provided the perfect weather for staying warm in my studio in front of my computer, editing the remaining segments... Read more
Link to the article in the Newburyport Daily
The Newburyport Daily published a wonderful story about Danger in the Reeds this morning. To read the front page cover story, please use this link: http://www.newburyportnews.com/local/x651199939/Film-exposes-danger-in-local-salt-marsh
You can continue to... Read more
Danger in the Reeds Overview Now Online
We have posted a 20 minute video featuring a little of each of the 11 segments in the video series Danger in the Reeds. The overview piece and 8 of... Read more
Danger in the Reeds now updated with 8 of the 11 video segments
On January 15th we present selections from 10 of the 11 videos to Massachusetts State Senators Bruce Tarr and Katherine O'Connor Ives along with about 50 others. I'm happy to... Read more
Recording the Last Video Session
Thursday marked a wonderful day in the progress of the Danger in the Reeds project with the last scheduled video session. A much anticipated and successful day. Liz Duff, Mass Audubon,... Read more
Update: November 19
Last week we sent emails directly to each supporter of Danger in the Reeds to inform you all that the website, www.dangerinthereeds.com, was up and waiting for you to visit. ... Read more
Fall is in the Air!
And time is quickly running out for us to capture the Great Marsh in all its rich green glory. It will soon be turning shades of red, amber and finally... Read more
Just back from Cape May, New Jersey
This week we were in New Jersey where we recorded a short interview with Brian Braudis, the manager of the Cape May National Wildlife Refuge in Cape May County. The... Read more
Dangber in the Reeds is in full production!
Thankfully, the July heat wave has past. The Kickstarter surveys have all been sent out and almost everyone has responded.
We are now ready to order the Phragwrites pens, book... Read more
Danger in the Reeds Update: July 12, 2013
We have sent out the Kickstarter surveys to everyone who's pledges were in the first 3 categories. If you are a supporter in one of those levels, please... Read more
Thank you to everyone who helped us over the top!
Because of you, our Kickstarter project, Danger in the Reeds, was successfully funded.
We are very busy at work while we are waiting for the banks to do their work.... Read more
The Boston Globe article published on Thursday morning helped us reach our $8,000 goal by 8:00 that evening, 6 days before the deadline. Additional pledges have come in since then... Read more
Boston Globe Article Today Captures our Project Perfectly
Joel Brown has done a wonderful job describing our project in his article in today's Boston Globe, thank you Joel!
Where is "The Great Marsh?"
As interest in our Phragmites project on Kickstarter has spread across the country we have received two interesting requests, could we detail the location of The Great Marsh? And, what... Read more
With pledges growing as fast as Phragmites you'd think we should be famous!
The invasive Common reed (Phragmites australis) spreads fast. Even when conditions aren't ideal, it possesses several strategies to get ahead. While it can propagate through seed, it's most well know... Read more
We're reaching the point of no return.
Tomorrow we will have 15 days left in our Kickstarter journey with pledges totaling a little over 1/2 of our goal. This is very exciting and encouraging.
But... Read more