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My short film about SPAWN’s restoration of Lagunitas Creek has been selected for the Festival of the Moving Image, City College’s annual show of the “best work created by CCSF’s cinema and BEMA departments.”

It’s an honor to be chosen and I’m excited to see SPAWN get some attention for their work helping to bring the coho salmon back. I couldn’t have done it without their help and amazing footage and I hope it will convince others to support them. The coho salmon have a long ways to go to return to their historic population but the restoration is helping give them a chance. Please consider supporting SPAWN with donations or volunteering for them.

And come see the show at the Roxie, 3117 16th St, San Francisco, Wednesday December 4th at 6:15 and 8:45pm. Last year it was a great show with some real talent. There will be a party after the 8:45 show.

Earlier this month I did several guides for www.seriouseats.com My favorite was this Chef’s Guide to San Francisco. Here’s a preview:

Hong Kong East Ocean, 3199 Powell St, Emeryville, CA 94608. Baked pork bun and dim sum.
Nari , 1625 Post St, San Francisco CA 94115. Mocktails, Bartender Megan Daniel-Hoang.
Andytown Coffee Roasters, 3655 Lawton St, San Francisco, CA 94122. Jam Stuffed muffin and coffee drinks.
Roast chicken at Zuni Café, 1658 Market St, San Franicsco, CA 94102

Owner Ron Silberstein at Admiral Maltings in Alameda.
Curtis Davenport rakes the malt onto the floor to dry at Admiral Maltings in Alameda
Malt is made according to each breweries recipes at Admiral Maltings.
“Malt is the heart and soul of beer” says Ron Silberstein.

Earlier this year I photographed Admiral Maltings in Alameda where the company practices the ancient, revered practice of floor malting. The story and a short video came out California Bountiful Magazine

Here are a few favorites.

SPAWN’s project to help bring Coho salmon back to Laguitas Creek is the subject of my latest video. This is the group’s latest and biggest project and I’m hoping it will help get them more attention. It’s the kind of video work I love to do and hope to do more. SPAWN is a project of Turtle Island Restoration Network. www.seaturtles.org