P.J. Marcellino did not start out as a filmmaker, but he was always a storyteller. Travelling to the northernmost confines of the world, as a young reporter, he went from school paper to school paper until he became a professional journalist.
Ry Williams enjoyed teaching welding until he met Terry, owner of Pangea Fossils. Terry mentioned he was looking for a welder. One thing led to another, and now Ry uses his welding skills in a very different way—building dinosaur mounts!
In the Amazon, Elis and her team of educators go up the rivers sharing education and love. With some paint on their faces, they spread information through art, music and playful presentations, that would change the villagers’ lives.
A talented and persistent artist at heart becomes one of the world’s most known calligraphy artists and travels the world to both teach and learn.
Give Lauren a grapefruit, and she’ll cut it into an image you didn’t know a grapefruit could become. This fruit artist takes your average fruit and vegetables and turns them into refreshing, playful works of art.