Ski Butternut Celebrates 60 Years of Delighting Families

More than 40 ski and snowboard instructors braved the frigid New England evening temperatures to participate in the 60th anniversary celebration of Ski Butternut, Great Barrington, MA.

Torchlight Parade and Fireworks Cap the Ski Butternut Celebration

As one of the many part-time ski instructors, waiting for nightfall was a bit of a heavy lift after teaching all day on one of the coldest weekends of the year. But once we lit the torches and started skiing down the mountain together, it was a thrilling reminder on how great it is to be part of such a dynamic community doing what we all love to do: ski.

New York Diary 2

Harrowing images from the first thirty-six hours give way to the rituals of missing posters, makeshift memorials and patriotic displays.

The unimaginable devastation of Ground Zero and the twenty-four hour a day removal of debris by truck and barge are juxtaposed with the get a snapshot, and take home a souvenir.

The film asks disturbing questions about how the global electronic village assimilates and banalizes terror and mass murder.

To view New Diary Part 1 click here.