FEATURED FILMS

FEATURED DOCUMENTARIES

The Tasmanian Devil

The wild population of Tasmanian Devils, an iconic, yet often misunderstood species, has experience a devastating 90% mortality rate since the discovery of Devil Facial Tumor Disease (DFTD) on their native island in 1996.

 

Running Wild in Costa Rica pt. 1

dFollow Justin Grubb as he travels through Costa Rica, looking at the amazing wildlife that exists in one of the world's most bio-diverse countries. Watch him eat termites, come face-to-face with snakes and crocs, and encounter all kinds of amazing wildlife. 

Running Wild in Costa Rica pt. 2

Follow Justin Grubb for a second episode as he travels through Costa Rica, looking at the amazing wildlife that exists in one of the world's most bio-diverse countries. Watch him eat termites, come face-to-face with snakes and crocs, and encounter all kinds of amazing wildlife. 

CLIENT VIDEOS

A short promotional video for GETLOST High Performance Outdoor Gear. All shot in Red River Gorge, KY, in the fall of 2013. Check out their gear here at: 

A quick video showcasing the simplicity of the build of the Alpine Hammock, as well as it's unique features, for the Alpine Hammock's kickstarter campaign. 

RUNNING WILD EXCLUSIVE

The Running Wild crew met up with the National Park Service in Cape Hatteras National Seashore to film a sea turtle nest excavation. Sea turtle numbers in the past had dwindled, but they have recently seen an increase, possibly due to efforts to preserve the population in the past.

 

RUNNING WILD EXCLUSIVE

Green Sea Turtles take full advantage of underwater car washes. Watch as Justin guides you off the coast of Hawaii to see this incredible phenomenon.

EXTRAS

Blooper time! Watch as the Running Wild Crew continuously screws up their documentary in Costa Rica. Enjoy!