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Utopia Unleashed 2012 from Utopia on Vimeo.

We caught up with some of our riders in the great outdoors and asked them what their thoughts were on motocross and Utopia. We borrowed a little video from the Hangtown edit we recently posted and sprinkled in some supercross footage courtesy of our friends at GoPro. Hope you enjoy!

Same but different - Archie’s Story from David Barnes on Vimeo.

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Meet Archie, the doctors told him he’d never speak, eat, walk or know his parents… they were very wrong!

International Emmy Award winning and BAFTA nominated collection of eight short documentary portraits, featuring children from across the UK with a range of differences, disabilities and medical conditions.

The child-led films have been praised for their photography and non-patronising approach in which the children tell us what it’s like to be “me”.

In additional to the International Emmy Award and BAFTA nomination, David and the programme have received prestigious industry recognition in the form of several nominations, including RTS NW Best Children’s Programme, Kidscreen Award, Broadcast Digital Award, Learning On Screen and the films were a finalist in the Japan Prize.

Same but different - Sophie’s Story from David Barnes on Vimeo.

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International Emmy Award winning and BAFTA nominated collection of eight short documentary portraits, featuring children from across the UK with a range of differences, disabilities and medical conditions.

The child-led films have been praised for their photography and non-patronising approach in which the children tell us what it’s like to be “me”.

In additional to the International Emmy Award and BAFTA nomination, David and the programme have received prestigious industry recognition in the form of several nominations, including RTS NW Best Children’s Programme, Kidscreen Award, Broadcast Digital Award, Learning On Screen and the films were a finalist in the Japan Prize.

Same but different - Theo’s Story from David Barnes on Vimeo.

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Meet Theo. He’s 10, he’s blind and he hates it when people are too nice to him!

International Emmy Award winning and BAFTA nominated collection of eight short documentary portraits, featuring children from across the UK with a range of differences, disabilities and medical conditions. The child-led films have been praised for their craft and non-patronising approach in which the children tell us “what it’s like to be me”.

Awards & Accolades
International Emmy Award Winner, Best Children’s Factual Programme
BAFTA Nominee, Best Primary Learning Programme
RTS NW Nominee, Best Children’s Programme,
Kidscreen Award Nominee, Best One Off, Special or Movie
Broadcast Digital Award Nominee, Best Children’s Content
Learning On Screen Award Nomination
Finalist in the Japan Prize

Equipment Details for camera bods:
Cameras: 5d mkii and 7d
Lenses: 24-70mm L-series, 70-200mm L-series, 50mm f1.2 -series, 85mm L-series and 24mm L-series.
Monopod and occasional tripod and Zacuto Z-finder.

Monique Pool: Sloth Rescuer / Park Advocate from Conservation International on Vimeo.

Monique Pool, CI partner and founder of the Green Heritage Fund Suriname, finds herself “slothified” after an area of forest in Paramaribo, Suriname, is cut down. Monique rescues more than 200 animals, mostly sloths, and brings them to an emergency shelter, which also happens to be her home. Watch how Monique manages to feed, house, and release the sloths back into the wild.

A CI Studios Production
Peter Stonier, John Martin, Becca Field + Sebastian Perry

Kinfolk | China Edition from Kinfolk (kinfolk.com) on Vimeo.

The promotional video for Kinfolk magazine’s Chinese release of Issue 11. Kinfolk Magazine (kinfolk.com) is a quarterly publication based in Portland, Oregon. We are a growing community of artists, writers, designers, photographers, cooks and others who are interested in creating small gatherings and finding new things to cook, make, and do.

"The spring edition of Kinfolk—The Home Issue—explores the meaning of home, what it looks like, how different people arrange them and the qualities that the best ones share. Whether you live with your best friend, partner, strangers or a lazy hound, your concept of home will change with every coat of paint. It’s what (and who) you fill it with that counts."


Film produced by Kinfolk China (kinfolk.com.cn).