Artist and Filmmaker Jeremy Collins on Climbing, Creativity, and Balance. If you’ve looked at an issue of Alpinist or Rock & Ice in the past dozen or so years, you’ve seen Jeremy Collins’s drawings and maps gracing their pages and covers.
Collins, a climber, artist, and filmmaker, has worked for outdoor clients (Prana, National Geographic, Patagonia, and a dozen others) as well as contributed his work to films and made his own films. His 2011 film, The Wolf and the Medallion, won best in Festival at the 5Point Film Festival and the Creative Excellence Award at the Banff Mountain Film Festival, and recently became available online. With one of his newest projects, Drawn, a book-and-film narrative spanning three continents and several years, Collins hoped to raise $50,000 on Kickstarter. Almost 800 donors pledged $70,000 to the campaign, which ended May 18.
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