• The Eclogical Life of Shepherds in Southern France

  • Green Mountain Girls Farm: Sustainability In Action

  • Kebe: The African Tailor

  • The Lifestyle of a Bicycle Shop Owner

  • The Park Slope Food Coop

  • Peter: Life Collaged

Documented in 2011
Length: 21:39

Marcel Jansen owns a bike shop in Cologne Germany. He is a founder of an international bike accessory brand name “Liix.” He named this company combining the names of his two daughters. Staffs who works at the store comes from all over the world. His life and work are operated within two- block radius. This video journal portraits a kind of life style which hints a post-capitalistic life style.

Fore more information on Liix visit
http://www.liix.net/

Production Credit:
Videography (Direction, Camera, Editing) by N’
Translation and Subtitle by Iki Nakagawa

Documented in 2010-2011
Length: 13:44

This is the third segment in a five-part series of video journals on the Park Slope Food Coop. This episode shows products that are available at the Park Slope Food Coop and some attitudes towards selecting products.

Click here to see Part 04

Fore more information on the coop visit
http://foodcoop.com/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Park_Slope_Food_Coop

Production Credit:
Videography (Direction, Camera, Editing) by Iki Nakagawa
Assistant by Yvonne Y. Yu
Sound Mix by Florent Barbier

Illustrations are taken from Linewaiters Gazette

Many Thanks to the Coop members who kindly participated in the interview, as well as those who kindly let me shoot while shopping or working.

Documented in 2010-2011
Length: 14:17

The Park Slope Food Coop is a member-owned grocery store in Brooklyn, NY. The store offers a variety of produce and household goods only for members at a 21% markup (Compared to 30-100% at a supermarket.) One of the requirements for a member is to work at the store two hours and forty five minutes every four weeks. This labor contribution minimizes the personal cost of the store, and makes the food affordable to its members.

This is the second segment in a five-part series of video journals. This episode focuses on one of the important elements of this co-op: Work Contribution.

Click here to see Part 03

Fore more information on the coop visit
http://foodcoop.com/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Park_Slope_Food_Coop

Production Credit:
Videography (Direction, Camera, Editing) by Iki Nakagawa
Assistant by Yvonne Y. Yu
Sound Mix by Florent Barbier

Illustrations are taken from Linewaiters Gazette

Many Thanks to the Coop members who kindly participated in the interview, as well as those who kindly let me shoot while shopping or working.

Documented in 2010
Length: 05:48

The Park Slope Food Coop is a member-owned grocery store in Brooklyn, NY.  The store offers a variety of produce and household goods only for members at a 21% markup (Compared to 30-100% at a supermarket.)  One of the requirements for a member is to work at the store two hours and forty five minutes every four weeks.  This labor contribution minimizes the personal cost of the store, and makes the food affordable to its members.

This is the first segment in a five-part series of video journals that portray different elements that have kept the Coop alive for more than three decades with membership exceeding 15,000.

Click here to see Part 02

Fore more information on the coop visit
http://foodcoop.com/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Park_Slope_Food_Coop

Production Credit:
Videography (Direction, Camera, Editing) by Iki Nakagawa
Assistant by Yvonne Y. Yu

Many Thanks to the Coop members who kindly participated in the interview, as well as those who kindly let me shoot while shopping or working.

Documented in 2009
Length: 13:06

NY artist Peter Cole makes his living by having multiple jobs. Despite difficulties, all elements of his everyday life complement one another and make a sustainable life style.

To find out more about Peter Cole and his projects visit
http://thestreetofgold.com/

Peter Cole’s artworks are available at
SPRING design & art

Documented in 2008
Length: 14:58

Introduces the life of the painter Ahmed El Amine and his wife and embroiderer Fatima Morjani, who live in the historic Moroccan village of Azemmour.