by Killian Sump
This short film attempts to protray the wonder of the Grand Canyon’s landscape through timelapse and river footage. It was filmed during a three month stint in and around the Grand Canyon region, including a packrafting trip through the whole river stretch. Narrative from Larry Stevens, from his Grand Canyon River Guidebook. Music is “Self Portrait” by Lenon.
This video is also here to get folks curious about The Canyon for the full version of Grand Water in April 2014, a larger piece mainly about the Colorado River through Grand Canyon and the impacts and future of Glen Canyon Dam, with timelapses, music, and interviews. Stay tuned at killiansump.blogspot.com , if you are interested in getting involved, collaborate, or have any questions at all email: email@example.com
Killian is originally from Portland, Oregon, but currently lives in Girdwood Alaska for his fourth consecutive year in the great northern state. It’s his senior year as a student of Environmental Studies at Alaska Pacific University. His passions include music, friends, family, ski-mountaineering, sea kayaking, river boating, climbing, backpacking, writing, meditation, travel, and photography. He is a fond observer of the natural world and enjoys sharing his love for wild and grand places with others.