Celebrated BBC documentary film-maker Caroline Harrison
has been filming at Avalon Springs
as an artist in residence during October-November 2010.
was intrigued by Avalon's promising role as a demonstration site for eco-living, and became interested in the unique marriage of business and social awareness she
witnessed among Avalon's core team.
offered to edit some of her
footage into a short informational piece about Avalon, and that video is to be available on this website.
A native of the UK, Caroline began her film-making career at age 17, when she was hired by the BBC within the Natural History Unit.
Since then she
has produced independent films, documentaries, and radio interview content for the science & environment arm of the BBC
World Service and the ABC in Australia.
award-winning work includes films and productions aired on National Geographic
, ZDF, and PBS.
stay at Avalon, Caroline
is committed to returning periodically, perhaps to assist the team in establishing the educational media center planned for Phase Two development.
can be found continuing her
work to inspire us all toward building a future more friendly to nature and ourselves.
Last Updated on Monday, 29 November 2010 17:37