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By Hand Teaser
'By Hand’ is a feature length documentary adventure film. In an attempt to escape comfort, reconnect to the natural world and set a new bar for ocean adventure, twin brothers Casey and Ryan Higginbotham made a decision that would reshape their lives. On March 18th, 2016 they embarked on a 2,200-mile paddle from Alaska to Mexico with 18- foot paddle boards. The brothers carried nothing more than two dry bags of gear each and a camera. No support boats, no paddles, nothing similar to gauge off. Nothing like this has ever been done. Raised with a never-quit mentality on stories of the men in their family that came before them, the expedition forces the arch rivals to set aside a past filled with intense clashes in an attempt to grow into a team. Motivated by a challenge of great proportion ‘By Hand’ is a coming of age story exhibiting the mentorship found in the natural world, a testament to human potential, and an unspoken promise to never quit on your brother. Film by Kellen Keene
YETI Presents: Los Padres
After his hero & mentor, Tony Alvis, was tragically killed in a landslide, California rancher Graham Goodfield stepped in to run Los Padres Outfitters, while dedicating his life to exposing others to the wonders of the backcountry. Full Story: https://stories.yeti.com/story/los-padres Subscribe to the YETI YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/YETI-Subscribe Keep watching YETI Presents: http://bit.ly/YETI-Presents-Playlist Learn about the YETI Story: http://bit.ly/YETI-Our-Story YETI PRODUCTS YETI Tundra Hard Coolers: http://bit.ly/YETI-Hard-Coolers YETI Soft Coolers: http://bit.ly/YETI_Soft_Coolers YETI Drinkware: http://bit.ly/YETI-Drinkware YETI Bags: http://bit.ly/YETI-Bags YETI Cargo: http://bit.ly/YETI-Cargo FOLLOW YETI ON SOCIAL Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/yeti Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Yeti/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/yeticoolers #BuiltForTheWild #YETIPresents In this YETI Presents video, rancher and cowboy Graham Goodfield of Los Padres Outfitters is dedicating his life and efforts to keeping the cowboy spirit alive in California's backcountry.
YETI Presents: The Malloy Brothers
The Malloy brothers' love of adventure has brought them to remote beaches all over the globe, earned them spots at the top of the competitive surfing world, and fueled their endless exploration. Full Story: https://stories.yeti.com/story/malloy-brothers Keep watching YETI Presents: http://bit.ly/YETI-Presents-Playlist Subscribe to the YETI YouTube Channel to be the first to see our new videos: http://bit.ly/YETI-Subscribe FILM CREDITS Production Co: Farm League Director: Kellen Keene Director of Photography: Kellen Keene & August Thurmer Executive Producers: Tim Lynch & Tieneka Pavesic Producers: Michael Pizzo & David Burden Editor: George Manzanilla Music: Jay Clarke & Dan Reeder Learn about the YETI Story: http://bit.ly/YETI-Our-Story YETI PRODUCTS YETI Tundra Hard Coolers: http://bit.ly/YETI-Hard-Coolers YETI Soft Coolers: http://bit.ly/YETI_Soft_Coolers YETI Drinkware: http://bit.ly/YETI-Drinkware YETI Bags: http://bit.ly/YETI-Bags YETI Cargo: http://bit.ly/YETI-Cargo FOLLOW YETI ON SOCIAL Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/yeti Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Yeti/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/yeticoolers #BuiltForTheWild #YETIPresents This YETI Presents video is about the Malloy Brothers, whose passion for surfing has taken them all over the globe to find waves and undiscovered coastlines.
Slow Is Fast
Fall 2014, Dan Malloy and friends set out to bike and surf their native California coast. After two months and 700 miles, they were rolling back home to Ventura. “I learned more about the people and places here,” he wrote, “than I had in 34 years and a thousand trips by car. Maybe slow really is fast.”
Aleph Geddis - Wood Carver
Farm League presents an original film directed by Kellen Keene on woodcarver and artist Aleph Geddis. Carved over a span of four months out of his studio in Orcas Island, WA, Kellen followed Aleph's process building an 18 foot western Red Cedar totem by hand. His work stands as a modern day homage to an art form rarely seen, with an attention to detail often overlooked in an age of immediacy. Click here for more of Aleph's work: http://www.alephgeddis.com