Archive for January, 2009
It seemed by all indication that I had brought Portland’s wet and wintry weather with me on Friday. Just a few hours before I was telling my wife how I was looking forward to wearing shorts and having a nice hour or two at the beach…no such luck. I arrived at the Harbor Inn hotel […]
I cannot help but stand a little taller today.
I cannot help but feel a little prouder today.
I cannot help but feel a littler wiser today.
I cannot help but feel a little more hopeful today…
Yes, we did. Yes, we can. And Yes, we will move forward once again as a nation that stands as a beacon […]
What has been going on in Gaza is a tragedy. And I certainly understand and agree with the angry and upset voices. And I do not want diminish the suffering of anyone in this world affected by war and violence. But I want to address something that people continue to ignore.
It is estimated that 18,000 […]
I am not an expert on the Middle East nor do I claim to be. I try not to be overly political or take sides and I believe that my film Everest: A Climb for Peace did a great job at being neutral by letting the people in the film state their experiences and emotions: […]
I am very happy to announce that Everest: A Climb for Peace has been accepted to and will be playing at the prestigious Santa Barbara International Film Festival. I am also very happy to announce that it has been nominated along with a few select documentaries for the Social Justice Award.The screen times in downtown […]
I am very proud to announce that Beyond Words Distribution will be the exclusive North American DVD distributor for my film, Everest: A Climb for Peace. Beyond Words Distribution is the sister company for Beyond Words, a small book publishing company near Portland, Oregon with several giant hits. With over 7 million books and 2 […]