Since February 2015, Dan Smith has documented the story of Eddie Willis, his wife Alison, their three year old daughter, Maggie and the dozens of family, friends and employees who work with them. Eddie, a fourth generation Harkers Island fisherman and Alison, currently appointed to the North Carolina Marine Fisheries Commission, are leading the effort…
An experimental short form documentary bridging the divide between cosmetic ocular prosthetics and cutting edge retinal prosthetics which have restored sight to Larry Hester, who was blind for more than 30 years.
What is it that you love the most? Fusion. Fusion is the very heart of all existence. Of all matter. Of all love.
A dozen contemporary chefs from across the United States have a single day to produce a locally-sourced pop-up community dinner on the historical estate of Ebenezer Harker.
What is it like to make art using the human body as a canvas?
Follow artist Jon Son as he creates an original and temporary work of art.
The Land Loss Prevention Project, dedicated to saving struggling farmers and seeding the next generation, is, itself, in a fight to survive as the political, economic and agricultural landscape of North Carolina faces dramatic changes.
An abandoned schoolhouse is left to time.
There’s no better place to the way food brings people together and catch some local color than Durham Central Park on a Saturday morning, even in the dead of winter.
The high-speed world of low-cost endurance racing.
Who knew having a good time would be so dangerous?
An ongoing series exploring the catharsis of modern storytelling.
Through photography and interviews, Dan Smith explores the reaction to the art nude and how those reactions impact the experiences and identities of those currently involved in creating and/or experiencing art.
Oral history interviews with 52 contemporary American artists whose practice includes making art with the nude human form. Format: color, digital Runtime: 60+ hrs
An abandoned farmhouse filled with memory is left empty by a family dispute after the death of a Durham County matriarch.