Tag: Kickstarter

KIM SWIMS Funded By Kickstarter

Courtesy of Kate Webber, funded by Kickstarter. Kate Webber's visionary documentary film on Kim Chambers' improbable path to becoming one of the most accomplished and inspiring open water swimmers in the world was funded by 435 backers on Kickstarter who pledged US$36,379 to help bring this project to life. To learn more, visit here. Copyright © 2016 by

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Kim Swims On Kickstarter

Courtesy of Kate Webber, director and producer of KIM SWIMS. "KIM SWIMS is a documentary on Kim Chambers' improbable path to becoming one of the most accomplished and inspiring open water swimmers in the world," writes Kate Webber. "After many years of telling stories with my still cameras, I’ve been working on directing and producing my first film

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Heroes Of The Bay, Part 2

Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California. "One morning, I went down to the docks at the South End Rowing Club in San Francisco to shoot a portrait of my friend," explains 1996 Olympic swimmer Dan Kutler. "When we were done, I started taking pictures of the other swimmers. When I looked at them later, I realized I had something special. I am not an

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Heroines Of The Bay, Part 2

Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California. "One morning, I went down to the docks at the South End Rowing Club in San Francisco to shoot a portrait of my friend," explains 1996 Olympic swimmer Dan Kutler. "When we were done, I started taking pictures of the other swimmers. When I looked at them later, I realized I had something special. I am not an

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Heroes Of The Bay, Part 1

Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California. "One morning, I went down to the docks at the South End Rowing Club in San Francisco to shoot a portrait of my friend," explains 1996 Olympic swimmer Dan Kutler. "When we were done, I started taking pictures of the other swimmers. When I looked at them later, I realized I had something special. I am not an

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Heroines Of The Bay, Part 1

Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California. "One morning, I went down to the docks at the South End Rowing Club in San Francisco to shoot a portrait of my friend," explains 1996 Olympic swimmer Dan Kutler. "When we were done, I started taking pictures of the other swimmers. When I looked at them later, I realized I had something special. I am not an

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Carry On Your Escort Kayak

Orukayak has done it. The innovative company and designer Anton Willis just solved a huge issue for open water swimmers who wish to swim with an escort in far-away places...or even waters near their home. Willis created the Oru Kayak, a watertight 12-foot long kayak that folds in a carrying case. The Oru Kayak website explains their products best,

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