Q Media Featured Projects
Team River Runner is a unique NGO that uses kayaking to provide veterans with community, healing, and adventure. They brought experienced blind kayaker and military veteran Lonnie Bedwell to the Grand Canyon with four other disabled vets, to make history by so many blind kayakers descending the canyon at once. Google Street View joined to document this historic journey in top-quality visuals, so the rest of the world can see what these blind heroes have accomplished.
On January 29, 2018, Chilean President Michelle Bachelet and Kristine McDivitt Tompkins, President and CEO of Tompkins Conservation, joined forces to create five new national parks in Chile and expand three others. Tompkins Conservation’s two flagship projects in Chile – Pumalín and Patagonia Parks, are now becoming national parks protecting over 10 Million Acres. This is one of the largest conservation victories in history.
In the rural beach town of Los Llanos, Mexico, plastic waste has become a major problem. It is usually burned or discarded on the ground. More than the town's fair share washes down the river toward the ocean. The Azulita Project incentivizes plastic collection through a community-based sustainable business model. By engaging residents and visitors, the project actively removes up to 1 ton of pollution per day.
Doug is the founder of The North Face and benefactor to thousands of acres of newly preserved land in Patagonia. He died tragically while enjoying this landscape he strove to protect. This multi-award-winning film is a tribute to his life and legacy.
Ultrarunners Krissy Moehl, Jeff Browning, and Luke Nelson run 106 miles through the newly opened Patagonia Park in Chile, to celebrate and highlight Conservacion Patagonica’s efforts to re-wild and protect this vast landscape. A short film by Rios Libres and Patagonia, Inc.
The state of Alaska is currently considering a 220-mile industrial access road to facilitate construction of a huge open pit copper mine in the roadless and remote Brooks Range. In response, our team of filmmakers completed a 350-mile expedition along the proposed route corridor to capture the wild nature and human culture that could be lost if the rivers are bridged and the tundra is paved.
A friend's death in an avalanche inspired artist, rock climber, and father Jeremy Collins to travel to the ends of the earth - North, South, East, and West - to discover what it means to truly see and to fully live. Q Media accompanied Jeremy for a stage of his passionate "death to life" adventure, and co-produced the multi-award-winning film.