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Horse Sense

September 4th, 2012

Just wanted to share a special clip from the Herd In Iceland footage. Our editor Michelle Mizner at Field Work Media put this together, along with an original score by Joshua Camp. A bit of this will be in the final film, but for now – we hope you enjoy these words of wisdom from Guðmundur Guðmundsson.

Trailer Release + Kickstarter = Herd In Iceland, The Film

June 25th, 2012

We started working on this project nearly two years ago, which is why we are so happy to present the trailer for our film! The piece is a rollicking good time, edited by the incredible Michelle Mizner with original music by the talented Joshua Camp.  Filming in Iceland over the last 2 falls has been the most incredible experience, and has motivated us to go full-time with our filmmaking endeavors.

We are reaching out to those who believe nature, beauty, adventure, and storytelling are necessary elements to a thoughtful life.  We’re asking for your support to fund the post-production of the film, so please make a donation at any level through our KICKSTARTER page.  We have wonderful rewards, such as filmmaking workshops, gear from 66 North, archival prints, signed copies of the DVD, and more!

Horses, Planes, Trains, and Automobiles

October 4th, 2011

Production has ended on Herd, and we’re steadily prepping the footage for our editor.   Here are a few frames from the final roundup of the season.  We will be adding 4×5 and still images over the next few days, so keep checking in as we post photos to the portfolio.  We’ve replaced our horses with yellow cabs, our roundups with subway turnstiles, and majestic mountains with a concrete skyline, but we are happy to be home in NYC.


September 23rd, 2011

After a few days in the south, we’ve returned to our base outside of Blönduós.  The two regions are very different, but the people are equally dedicated to their work with the herds.  We filmed the animals and herders as they traveled across the moonscape, and met up with a group that had been out collecting sheep for six days.

Herding in The South

September 23rd, 2011

We made our way down south this week.  The landscape is completely different from The North, and from the rest of planet Earth.  Here’s a clip from the lava fields, where a small group of herders were collecting sheep.

Stallion at Geitaskarð Farm

September 20th, 2011

After a few successful days of shooting in the north, we’re heading down south for a change of scenery.  Here’s a clip of Frosti collecting a stallion at Geitaskarð Farm.

A Round of Photos

September 19th, 2011

We’ve had some fantastic weather these first few days, Icelandic skies do not disappoint.  Here’s a small selection of the stills we’ve taken.

Riding with the Herd

September 18th, 2011

We have even more respect for the horses and their riders, who rode high into the mountains to collect the herd. There were passes where we dismounted to hike over treacherous terrain and the horses would patiently wait for us to decide which route to take.   Here’s a highlight from our lunch break.

Cavalière Magazine

March 4th, 2011

A few months ago, Mélanie Courtois contacted us about running some photos in France’s Cavalière Magazine.  Here are a few pages from the most recent issue, in French of course.

Syncing Footage

October 14th, 2010

Finally had a chance to look over the footage and sync the multiple channels of audio with the video from the 5D.  Here is one of the first clips we’ve synced, an interview with Haukur in his barn in September.  We will get these interviews translated and subtitled into English before too long.

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