Glen Canyon Rediscovered will take viewers to the remote and lost wonders of Glen Canyon, chronicling the team’s sea-kayak-based journey into the “place no one knew”: the intricate side canyons, resurrected desert beauty, and forgotten cultural wonders emerging from the depths of Lake Powell.
Along the way, the film will investigate the history of Lake Powell’s creation and explore the future feasibility of Glen Canyon Dam through the eyes of activists, archeologists, scientists, government officials and members of the Navajo Nation, who will join the team along the course of their expedition.
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Taylor Graham is a multimedia storyteller from Durango, Colorado with a passion for exploring and advocating for wild places. He is a Fulbright Fellow and recent graduate of Ithaca College.
Courtney Blackmer-Raynolds is a Colorado-based documentary filmmaker who is committed to the preservation of Western landscapes and the wellbeing of those who call this home. A graduate of Colorado College, her most recent film, The Confluence, focuses on Navajo sacred land in the Grand Canyon.
Micah Berman is a Vermont-based filmmaker and graduate of the environmental program at the University of Vermont. His passion for storytelling is fueled by a love for the outdoors and desire for adventure.
Isabelle La Motte is a filmmaker and photographer from the Catskill Mountains of New York. She has a degree in environmental studies from the University of Vermont and aims to use her style of visual storytelling and love for the outdoors to connect human existence to the environments that surround us.