2007, In Crystal Rapid in the Grand Canyon following Martin Litton,
the venerable 90 year old legend of the canyon, in his dory for
"The Good Fight" with Ocean
2007 First look at Greensburg Kansas for Pilgrim Films and Discovery
June 2007, Directing Photography on HD with a GRBTV
crew in "Midnight Terror Cave" for "The
Bone Detective" to air in January 2008 on TLC.
Jan 2007 With Steadicam and Sony F900
shooting "3 Peaks 3 Weeks" with Serac
Films for Rush HD.
Microjib and Varicam Directing Photography
for "What Lies Below" a pilot for Discovery with Pilgrim
brings out the kids, Papua New Guinea. Joined John Lane and Ralph
Cutter for a cave scouting adventure.
releases "Requiem for the West." This book and many Brown
Family productions can be purchased on DVD at seracfilms.com.
and Gordon with the Varicam shooting elk hunting for the Safari
Club's (SCI) HD hunting series for OLN.
in Arafame, the first rapid after Lake Tana, on the first descent
of the Blue Nile from source to sea while making the IMAX Film 'Mystery
of the Nile'. This film went on to become the highest grossing
large format film of 2004.
Gordon at Marin Headlands in a Wavesport Z on his way to join the
rest of the Tsunami Rangers
for their annual retreat at a secret location in Northern California.
Brown's shot of Ticonderoga in open ocean while in the "Marblehead
to Halifax Ocean Race" where Gordon and Michael were invited
by Gary Swain to film the race and crew on three great boats: Nirvana,
Ticonderoga and Southern Dream.
Brown's shot of Gordon with MacGillivray Freeman Film's W14 IMAX
camera preparing for a run through Warm Springs on the Yampa River
in North Western Colorado.
"high speed 16mm kayak vanity mount" set up on Michael Power's boat for
National Geographic Explorer's "Wave
Gordon scouted Borneo for "Global Extremes", a reality
adventure race for OLN.
Gordon shot his fourth program for National Geographic Explorer:
2001 "Journey Into Amazing Caves" was released to become
the highest grossing large format film of the year. Gordon directed
photography on the Greenland segment. More
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