Dogsledding in the Great White North: PULL

Filmmaker Goh Iromoto deftly captures the serenity of deep winter in his recent short shot in Northwestern Ontario

In climates where the winters stretch on and piling snow is not the exception, but the rule of the day, embracing the cold is the only way of coping. For his latest short film “PULL,” Toronto-based director and photographer Goh Iromoto captures one unique personality in the wilds of Northern Ontario—Burton Penner, a dogsledding guide who lives and breathes winter. Highlighting Penner’s unique relationship with …

The Rhino That Should Have Never Been Born

Photographer and filmmaker Adrian Steirn captures the miracle of life in the face of illegal poaching and extinction

Cape Town-based filmmaker and photographer Adrian Steirn is no stranger to working with icons. The Australian-born Steirn is known equally for his timeless wildlife images as he is his award-winning portraits of world leaders and cultural figures (including the late Nelson Mandela) most recently compiled in his “21 Icons” series. At the start of the new year however, Steirn faced the tragedy of one of …

Urban Foraging

Having not been grazed over by deer and other animals, city parks can actually offer a greater variety of edible plants than many parts of the wild. With the rising price of organic food, foraging in these urban environments has become attractive to those looking for something “more real” than the prepped and packaged produce found at supermarkets, and a plethora of educational resources and …