The “Smoking Salmon” and “How to Build a Smokehouse” videos are one of my favorite teaching tools when asked what we are doing for food sovereignty in Suquamish. I get emotional every time I watch them, watching with pride as our youth and their teachers put their all into the Ocean to Table project.
-Azure Bleu Boure, Traditional Plants Program Coordinator at Suquamish Tribe
Katie Jennings is an extraordinary storyteller. Her involvement in a project brings impeccable attention to detail, and the highest professional standards for media quality. Above all, her keen abilities as a listener and a visionary help her to weave the ideas of those whom she works with into something beautiful and relevant.
- Suquamish basketweaver Ed Carriere
It is my pleasure to voice support and praise for anything that Katie works with. Her wisdom, her artistic eyes make her choices a joy to see and hear.
- Upper Skagit elder Vi Hilbert
SALMON PEOPLE: The risks of genetically engineered fish for the Pacific Northwest
Suquamish Tribe Traditional Foods Program: Smoking Salmon
Teachings of the Tree People - Trailer
Huchoosedah: Traditions of the Heart
Preston Singletary: Threshold
BAINBRIDGE ISLAND MUSEUM OF ART
BIMA: Featherfolio with Chris Maynard
BIMA: Open Sesame Exhibit with Cynthia Sears and Ellen Knudsen
Wrapped Boxes - the art of Peggy Smith-Venturi
HIV VACCINE TRIALS NETWORK
The 9 AMP Study videos done by New Canoe have not yet been released to the public.
AMP Study Videos
The international AMP studies got underway in April 2016 when the Vanderbilt HIV program became the first of 47 sites on four continents to enroll a volunteer participant. The studies now underway in sub-Saharan Africa, North America, South America, and Europe are potentially landmark studies. If broadly neutralizing antibodies can prevent HIV infection, then a whole set of scientific breakthroughs could follow.
Besides the scientific potential, one of the other milestones of the AMP Studies is the concept of giving IV infusions to such a large, diverse group of people for such a long period: 4,200 volunteers at 39 sites in 10 countries will receive a total of 42,000 infusions and be tracked for almost two years.For the staff who are involved in the studies and the volunteers who participate, this is a unique experience both in altruism and in endurance.
Because this kind of study has never been done before, the HVTN commissioned video crews from the US and South Africa to capture some of the stories, in personal terms, of the people directly involved in the trial — educators, recruiters, nurses and clinicians, physician investigators, and most of all those who volunteer as study participants.
While every story is different, we believe that each also captures the universal dedication, professionalism and heart we see network-wide.
Katie was the Northwest bureau chief. Her team’s television segments won three documentary Emmy awards, and kudos at the Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival and San Francisco Green Film Festival.
Sea Otters v. Climate Change
Wolves: The Ecology of Fear
Katie's work is exceptional and we are thrilled with the videos she has produced for Arts & Humanities Bainbridge. She is very professional, accountable and reliable. We are looking forward to working with her more in the future.
Back in 2006, most elementary school teachers weren't using film/video for much more than "rainy day recess." Our team wanted them to see it as a dynamic, engaging resource for 21st century learners.
The National Geographic Education Foundation allowed us to develop hands-on activities for film/video and videotape teachers using the curriculum in local classrooms. Outside evaluators confirmed the effectiveness of the package.
"I think the key to learning is going visual" - Barry Hoonan, 6th grade teacher
UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON LINEHAN INSTITUTE
Professor Marsha Linehan, PhD, developed a cognitive behavioral therapy technique so successful, she wanted to bring it to clients online.
New Canoe produced a series of downloadable training video modules that are selling quickly.
The first Dialectical Behavioral Therapy module can be screened free of charge, here.
BAINBRIDGE ARTISAN RESOURCE NETWORK
This Bainbridge Island maker's studio wanted a capital campaign video. After consulting with New Canoe, they agreed to have us train community volunteers to make iPhone videos of their top artists/teachers. The series of 9 videos was released through social media and newsletters.