I've got some exciting news! My latest project, Being Henry, was just awarded a grant from Oculus as part of the Launch Pad program for emerging leaders in virtual reality. Thanks to those who supported my career along the way! I have decided to create a quarterly newsletter if you are interested in following me through this journey. Sign up for it here:

Earlier this year, we kicked off the second year of Oculus Launch Pad, a program designed to support promising VR content creators from diverse backgrounds with the hope of inspiring new developers that represent our global audience to share their voices with the world. Now, we’re excited to annou...

May your roots grow deep.

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Sarah Waintraub

May your roots grow deep. Happy #tubishvat 🌱

10,000 Trees: Kickstarter Video

I posted an article about the author of this awhile back. This book is definitely on my list of what to read next.

In The Hidden Life of Trees, Peter Wohlleben shares his deep love of woods and forests and explains the amazing processes of life, death,...

I updated my website! Check it out, I posted some of my videos you may not have seen before and also a few updates on my current VR project, Being Henry.

I like to tell stories, connect people with new ways of looking at the world, and keep things on track.

Learn how the forest acts like a brain and some other amazing tree facts in this fantastic podcast for all you nature lovers!

Forests feel like a place of great stillness but dig deeper and there’s a hidden world beneath your feet as busy and complicated as a city.

It's amazing to see more people planting trees like this!

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National Geographic

This man began planting a forest in 1979—and now it's the size of Central Park.

10,000 Trees Documentary added 5 new photosenjoying life.

This is what the spring wildflower bloom on my grandfather's land looks like.

Love this thought provoking and beautiful tree art

The paper you write your grocery list on and the cup of coffee you order at your local Starbucks are only some of the many paper products we consume every day. As a result, we are chopping down trees at rates unheard of, leveling entire forests, robbing innocent animals of their homes and increasi..…
Beth Moon, a photographer based in San Francisco, has been searching for the world’s oldest trees for the past 14 years. She has traveled all around the globe to capture the most magnificent trees that grow in remote locations and look as old as the world itself.
“When we have learned how to listen to trees, then the brevity and the quickness and the childlike hastiness of our thoughts achieve an incomparable joy.”

The makers of the original music for our short film are at it again. Please take a moment to check out Kristina Blanchflower's campaign that will raise money to record her latest album:…/kristina-blanchflower-s-angry-a…

Help me make an album!
It takes a certain measure of both hubris and selflessness to create an artwork that won't be completed until long after your death. Scottish artist Katie Paterson's "Future Library" begins this ye...
10,000 Trees Documentary added 3 new photos to the album: 10K Trees Part II.
August 26, 2013

10,000 Trees Documentary will be screening in Portland, Oregon on Monday, August 26th as a part of Portland Women's Film Festival (aka POW Fest) Summer Doc Series. Both Sarah's will be there! Why? Because it just so happens that we actually planned a trip back to Windgarden to see what Victor is up to that exact weekend. Great timing!

We're screening tonight at the Walton Arts Center along with Install: Sound, Light & Craig Colorusso by my dear friend Kevin Belli.

Thu 7:30 PM CDTWalton Arts CenterFayetteville, AR
36 people went