FLYING THE RUTH
Pioneering milestones in Alaskan aviation were a thing of the past—until NOW. In the shadow of Denali, North America’s highest mountain at 20,310 feet, renowned adventure and natural history photographer/filmmaker, Chad Copeland, sets a course into the unknown.
Flying a custom Paramotor from a “base camp” in remote Alaska, it's a 122-mile journey up the Ruth Glacier—and a historic first ascent.
Since the beginning of man, rare creatures have been held in high regard on every continent and honored as symbols of ancestry through strong beliefs as spirit animals or guides. To honor these magnificent creatures, National Geographic Photographer and BBC Planet Earth Filmmaker Chad Copeland is going further than ever before in search of wild moments.
GREAT AMERICAN TRIATHLON
With a track record of accomplishing feats what most people consider insane, Justin's vision is to the bridge the gap and help raise money and awareness for the ones that need it the most around the world.
Olivia Harms, a 7 part series, see her grow from the childhood stages to singing with Dolly Parton and George Straight then sign a record label.
Head Hunters-Celestine Glass Project challenges master glass artist Jonathan Killman and 5 top artists to team up and create glass blowing history.