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Amazonian Adventures

I recently had the opportunity to film for a non-profit organization based in Belem, Brazil — a city just south of the equator and on the outlet of the Amazon River.

Highlights on this adventure include flying over the city in a twin prop plane — which was possibly a little too exciting for this acrophobic filmographer, especially during 45 degree banks — and journeying down the Amazon River…

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In the Fight

The other day as I was passing time, adrift at thirty-thousand feet, on a return voyage from Seattle. I was reading this and flipping through that, and I stumbled upon a collection of Aesop’s Fables on my reader. As I skimmed a few anecdotes, one in particular, entitled The Trumpeter Taken Prisoner, caught my attention:

A trumpeter marched into battle in the van of the army and put courage into…

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¡Hola from Costa Rica!View Post

¡Hola from Costa Rica!

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A Year Abroad: Wrong Turns to Right PlacesThere are moments in life that demand pause – just a moment’s breath. For me, this is one of those…View Post

A Year Abroad: Wrong Turns to Right Places

There are moments in life that demand pause – just a moment’s breath. For me, this is one of those…

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Sights of BangkokI recently spent about a month in Bangkok, Thailand, doing post-production work for Join the…View Post

Sights of Bangkok

I recently spent about a month in Bangkok, Thailand, doing post-production work for Join the…

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New Website!

New Website! http://kevinneynaber.com

Hello friends and family! For the last nine months I’ve been traveling around the developing world making social justice films with the non-profit organization I co-founded, Join the Lights. During my limited, internet-connected free time of the last…

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"The inherent vice of capitalism is the unequal sharing of blessings; the inherent virtue of socialism is the equal sharing of misery."

— Winston Churchill

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"It has been my experience that folks who have no vices have very few virtues."

—  Abraham Lincoln