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ilmed entirely in Montana’s Scapegoat and Bob Marshall Wilderness areas, Untrammeled features Hell Gate, Sentinel, Salish and Kootanai high school students on two pack trips as well as UM college students on an 12 day 85 mile backpacking trip. It follows their adventure into the Wilderness, the challenges they face and their candid reflections. This film was produced for the 50th Anniversary of the Wilderness Act and it will be featured at celebrations occurring throughout the nation this year, as well as many film festivals.
The documentary was filmed and edited entirely by Starrett Artists. It was produced in partnership with the Northern Region U.S. Forest Service.
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Sculpture in the Wild
lackfoot Pathways: Sculpture in the Wild International Sculpture Park celebrates the rich environmental, industrial and cultural heritage of the Blackfoot Valley. Sculptors have been invited to create significant site-specific works of art using the materials – natural and industrial – that are associated with the community’s economic and cultural traditions.
Since its creation we have continually documented and produced sign materials for Blackfoot Pathways: Sculpture in the Wild, in Lincoln Montana. It is a International Sculpture park with world renown artists and a educational art program for the greater community. We have created several commissioned film pieces, original photography, and graphic designed promotional signs for the park.
Photography & Graphic Design for Signage
randy (Stewart Brandborg) is the last remaining founder of the Wilderness Act of 1964. Stewart and his family gave tirelessly to the fight for Wilderness in the United States. This interview showcases his work and the work of other key people that made the Wilderness Act happen.
Filmed & Edited by Starrett Artists for the USDA
e worked with the Wilderness Society to produce images of a region in Montana in which they have many focused projects. We were sent to the field with a mandate to capture images of the landscape in which they were focused. From these assessments the project evolved to also include video shorts. The video’s highlighted the collaboration of several organizations working to protect wild places.