Welcome to The Great Immensity Video Interview Series! We are talking to people who are making a big difference in the environmental challenges that we all face through the arts, creative thinking, and taking action. These videos capture these individuals’ amazing stories about their work, how they started doing what they’re doing, and why they’re doing what they’re doing. We are also asking a few of the same questions to each interviewee, such as, how far into the future do you think, and Do you believe in a higher power. So keep an eye out for new posts, and be sure to leave us some comments at the bottom of the page!
First up is Louie Psihoyos. He is an American photographer and documentary film director known for his still photography and contributions to National Geographic. He is a licensed scuba-diver, and has become increasingly concerned with bringing awareness to underwater life. He is the Executive Director of the Oceanic Preservation Society. In 2009 he directed and appeared in the feature-length documentary The Cove, which won an Oscar for Best Documentary Feature.
Interview conducted by Alix Lambert. Alix Lambert is an artist, author and filmmaker. She is an Associate Artist of The Civilians and is conducting this ongoing series of interviews for The Great Immensity. Click HERE for more of her interviews in this series.