Google commissioned the Lonelyleap team to create a film to call attention to climate change globally. The film centers around Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (Jamie Lannister from Game of Thrones) trekking around small towns in southern Greenland with "The Trekker", Google's backpack-based panoramic Street View camera.
I traveled from New York to Copenhagen, joined up with a crew of three Londoners and one Dane, and traveled via plane, boat, four-wheeler and helicopter to remote areas of Greenland.
Truly a global effort, the project was led from NYC by J.M. Harper, Molly Brass, Stephen Tyler, and Stevie Rappa. On the ground, Letisha Tate-Dunning produced, Stephen Roe was our DoP, Rob Colquhoun was our sound recordist, and Cat Koppel was our drone operator. I was a camera operator, and leveraged my experience as a producer to uniquely connect the New York and European teams.