We will soon have a more detailed description of our programs and current
projects. For now...
Commissioned Projects are done for other conservation organizations.
They are in-depth documentary projects focusing on a specific topic
or location. Results of commissioned projects can be seen in our exhibits
Blackfoot Gold and
The Alignment. We recently
finished a book project on a local watershed, and are currently working
to promote a new National Trail project within the National Park Service.
Picture Tomorrow Projects originate internally. Like Commissioned
Projects, they are in-depth documentaries. We are currently working
on three of these projects: Working
the Woods, Empire Lost (exploring the historic range of Grizzlies),
and Extreme Health Care (documenting health care delivery in developing
Creative Assistance Projects (CAPs) are short term projects
done for other conservation groups. Typically, CAPs last from a couple
of hours to three days, and range from consulting on how to use photography/visual
arts to improve organizational effectiveness to short photography shoots.
We recently took a three hour flight to photograph a proposed mine beneath
a wilderness area... we were asked to photograph an alpine lake that
might drain if the subterranean mine is built.