Multimedia Documentary Projects





Defend our Climate, Defend our Communities
National Day of Action, November 16

Nelson, British Columbia paticipates with a well attended rally.

View in HD.  Copyright Doug Pyper 2013











The Zip Line.

A friend's self constructed adrenalin filled cable ride. Kaslo, BC

View in HD.   Copyright Doug Pyper. Summer 2013










The Town of Banos de Aqua Santa, Ecuador  

Video Clips - A typical Day on Ambato Street and the Local Markets.

View in HD.    Copyright Doug Pyper 2013










Reaching for the Sky

Multimedia Documentary on rural Indigenous school in Ecuador. 

View in HD.  Copyright Doug Pyper 2013



 






Children at Katitawa School. Salasaca, Ecuador

Wamari and Lydia offer thanks to donors that support their alternative primary school.

The young boy speaking in native Kichwa, the girl speaking Spanish.

Both are bi-lingual and are presently learning English as well.

Produced in Standard defintion (SD).   Copyright Doug Pyper 2013








Food Security Issues

Panel discussion on Food Security for the West Kootenay Region of BC.

View in HD.  Copyright Doug Pyper 2012

 

 

  

 

The Children of Ecuador.

A multimedia slideshow, featuring images of the beautiful children of that country.

View in HD.  Copyright Doug Pyper 2012

 









Johnson's Landing Mudslide

Raw Video Footage of 'secondary slide' that occurred the day after the major slide which claimed the lives of four people.

View in HD.     Copyright Doug Pyper 2012








Swing Jumping in Banos, Ecuador

Swing jumping is more popular than Bunji jumping in Ecuador.

This is highest jump in the country above the Rio Pastaza in the small town of Banos in the eastern Andes.

Copyright Doug Pyper 2011

 







Vanishing Rainbows

A multimedia documentary telling the tragic story of two wilderness horse ranchers threatened by a proposed 'independent power project'' in the West Kootenay region of BC.

NOTE: Due to mass oppostion through protests and rallys by people in the area, pristine Glacier and Howser Creeks were eventually saved (for now). The developers permit and purchase agreement was cancelled by the BC government and BC Hydro in 2010.

Copyright Doug Pyper 2008  


 




More video clips can be viewed on my Vimeo Page.

https://vimeo.com/pyperphoto