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1 month ago

Jim Yager Media

It was a pleasure for me and my creative team to work with Scott Walton at the Horizons Foundation to produce this short video for their Gala event last weekend. I'm so proud to help this organization and the amazing work they do in support of all of our communities. Now, more than ever, we need to work together towards a future of equality and inclusion. #Horizonsfoundation, #NohateSF

Horizons Foundation
Horizons Foundation is at the intersection of the fight for equality. Our funding builds support in organizations across the spectrum of LGBT rights, women's rights, and social and economic justice. We believe that all people deserve to live in a world full of Pride, Dignity, Justice, and Joy.
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Horizons Foundation

1 month ago

Jim Yager Media

Is anyone driving to LA anytime in the next couple of weeks? I have some 35mm archival film reels that cannot be shipped that need to be taken to a digital transfer facility in Burbank. PM me for more details. Thanks! ... See MoreSee Less

Is anyone driving to LA anytime in the next couple of weeks?  I have some 35mm archival film reels that cannot be shipped that need to be taken to a digital transfer facility in Burbank. PM me for more details.  Thanks!

5 months ago

Jim Yager Media

So, this is where my cameraman, Bill Corona, and I found ourselves today... Inside a 3' x 5' brick sewer built in the 1870's fifteen feet beneath the streets of San Francisco outside AT&T Park. Scurrying rats? Check! Mammal-sized cockroaches? Check! Walking through a river of mysterious liquid and poop? Check! Foul sulpher-smelling air and unable to stand up straight while walking and filming for several hundred feet without dropping expensive camera and lighting equipment? Check! Definitely a ONCE in a lifetime experience. The things we do for our art... Thanks Bill for going there with me, 💩 Thanks as well to the great crew from the SFPUC who got us in AND out of these tight quarters safely and shared with us their knowledge of what we were looking at - All with a terrific sense of humor! ... See MoreSee Less

So, this is where my cameraman, Bill Corona, and I found ourselves today... Inside a 3 x 5 brick sewer built in the 1870s fifteen feet beneath the streets of San Francisco outside AT&T Park. Scurrying rats? Check! Mammal-sized cockroaches? Check! Walking through a river of mysterious liquid and poop? Check! Foul sulpher-smelling air and unable to stand up straight while walking and filming for several hundred feet without dropping expensive camera and lighting equipment? Check! Definitely a ONCE in a lifetime experience. The things we do for our art... Thanks Bill for going there with me, 💩 Thanks as well to the great crew from the SFPUC who got us in AND out of these tight quarters safely and shared with us their knowledge of what we were looking at - All with a terrific sense of humor!

7 months ago

Jim Yager Media

My cameraman, Bill Corona, and I had an amazing afternoon capturing some aerial footage of the GGNRA for the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy. Our pilot, Stu Sharf, flew us over Crissy Field, the Presidio, Alcatraz, Lands End, and the coastline from Ft Funston to the Marin Headlands. We had to race against the evening fog creeping in through the Golden Gate - but even that had it's own unique San Francisco beauty. What a ride and what a day!🤣 ... See MoreSee Less

7 months ago

Jim Yager Media

A glorious Sunday in SF! Out with my crew, Bill Corona and Eric Limcaoco, taping a Zumba class and other fun activities at the first Annual Park Prescription Day at Chrissy Field for the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy. ... See MoreSee Less

A glorious Sunday in SF! Out with my crew, Bill Corona and Eric Limcaoco, taping a Zumba class and other fun activities at the first Annual Park Prescription Day at Chrissy Field for the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy.
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