Channeling Yourself Trailer
Scarecrow Video: the relevance of Public Access
Friends of the Seattle Public Library
Save My Place
Circle of Flutes
The Horizon House Globetrotters
New Resident Website
Channeling Yourself TrailerPublic Access Television, though not unique to Seattle, Washington, created some amazing programming and indelible characters here in the 1980’s and 1990’s. It’s a perfect, working example of people being able to not only use their first amendment rights to talk about what they think is important, but to do so via an uncensored broadcast outlet.
Scarecrow Video: the relevance of Public AccessIf you ever wonder why we are making this documentary Channeling Yourself, and why it is important, along with archiving the video - here is our good friend Kate Barr, the Executive Director of Seattle’s own Scarecrow Video, framing the topic in a way we all understand - with Rock and Roll.
Friends of the Seattle Public LibraryVideo by Pavot Bleu LLC
Save My PlaceSave My Place explores the belief that the end of life is not the end of love. This film was recently submitted to the HAP film festival in Seattle where it won an Honorable Mention.
Circle of FlutesCircle of Flutes performs for the Northwest Center for Creative Aging
The Horizon House GlobetrottersJames "Walt" Walton challenges Horizon House CEO Bob Anderson to a little one-on-one.
New Resident WebsiteBob Anderson CEO, bids farewell