Thanks for voting for my designs in the Studio Montclair’s Social Media Contest ! I couldn’t have done it without you.
My Earth Day Banner photo taken in New York City during the first Earth Day in 1970 was featured in Contami-Nation!, a 30 minute educational PBS documentary about water contamination made in conjunction with Arizona State University. My photo appears at 2 minutes, 28 seconds but be sure to watch the entire video, it is filled with important information and data about worldwide water and air contamination and how researchers at Arizona State University are studying this problem and finding solutions.
This documentary was nominated for an Emmy in 2015 and Best Institutional/Instructional Documentary Rocky Mountain Region. It won the Telly Award, Bronze, 2015, Social Responsibility Category.
It was written, produced, shot and edited by Kirk Davis for OKED with Jennifer Berky, Assistant Editing and additional Photography and Timelapses by Alexander D. Chapin
Please be aware of how contaminants continue to change the EARTH this Earth Day, April 22, and every day and do your part to stop pollution.
They are finalists in the Studio Montclair Social Media Contest. The challenge was to design “coloring book” style drawings to be printed as postcards. Nine finalists were selected and are now on Facebook and Instagram.
So, in this election season, I am asking for your vote too.
Thanks so very much!
I’m Melabee M Miller and I approve this message.
Guess what’s happening!
Hasn’t it? Lots of things have been going on and I owe you. In this post, I’d like to catch up and share what I see from various Amtrak train windows. I usually sit on the same side of the train but, since my last trip, I realize that the views on each side are remarkably different. Do you recognize any of these locations?