FROM THE WILD – SPRAY

KevinFish, From The Wild, Ice Fishing, Kevin TV, Lake Trout6 Comments

Spray Lakes Ice FishingI’m not even sure where to start on this one. ‘From The Wild’ will be a 12-part/season series exploring wild food outdoors – hunting, fishing, foraging, and the inevitable adventures they send you on. They’re 22 minute shows, and this is the intro/trailer for episode 1, which we just finished shooting on the epic Spray Lakes. The full length shows will be available on Vimeo on Demand starting in Februray 2014. We’re sickly and blissfully in love with this project.

I’ve talked about and piloted a variety of video series concepts over the past few years, dabbled in a variety of approaches to video production in the world of food, and this one’s the first with a solid production schedule, budget, and exciting potential distribution partners. It’s the concept that seems to best fit they way I’m comfortable producing content from an artsy-fartsy production standpoint. I’ve been exploring the pay-per-view video content model for at least a year or two, but the online mechanisms weren’t quite ready, and nor were the videos I was producing at the time. Now they are. It’s a model that I’m sure will rub some the wrong way, but it’s what will allow us to produce the best quality content we can on a regular basis.¬†Shooting of Episode 2 happens in the next 2-3 weeks.

FULL EPISODES AVAILABLE HERE

6 Comments on “FROM THE WILD – SPRAY”

  1. supersu

    kevin-
    wow-such beautiful images in this trailer-
    didnt think i was interested in ice fishing…..
    but maybe i am!
    looking forward to the full length show.
    cheers
    su :)

  2. Alex

    Can’t wait to see some more footage we do spray quite often.cant wait to see what u pulled out and can’t wait to see more

  3. Christine

    Love all your videos and the way you can capture the beauty of nature and your passion for food! Well done, I’ll be checking in for the full length soon!!

  4. Adam Stevens

    Awesomesauce! I do wish you had remained a great production artist, who though of himself as mediocre at best, but I suppose things can’t last. You’ve figured it out.. Now I need to start warning folks I may be a bit grumpy from time to time as I miss my morning cup of Joe for some food porn. Well done Kevin!

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