Buz Kloot, left, films Frank Major at the end of a boat trip to check his crab traps. Kloot, did much of the camera work for this project. Kloot, a soil scientist, teaches and creates conservation videos at the University of South Carolina.
Denise McGill interviews Walter Mack just before he retired as executive director of the Penn Center National Historic Landmark District. The interview takes place in a cottage built for Dr. Martin Luther King, a frequent visitor to the Penn Center. Unfortunately, King was killed before he could stay in the building.
Michael Tolbert works on the website and social media at command central. Tolbert, an undergraduate at University of South Carolina, also has his own production company.
Atiba Smith, left, Lee Walker and Jeremy Aaron work from the dock as Earnest Atkins stands for a portrait on his johnboat. Walker and Aaron were visual communications majors at University of South Carolina.
Ski Dauphiney runs the first camera during a civil rights symposium at the Penn Center National Historic Landmark District on St. Helena Island. Dauphiney worked on the crew and in post-production for the project.
Ali O’Hara pets a pig for the first time during a break in filming at Ben Johnson’s farm on St. Helena Island, S.C. O’Hara grew up in Michigan and came to South Carolina to study public relations at the University of South Carolina’s graduate school. She now works as a multimedia journalist for WSPA-CBS.
Buz Kloot, left, and Diane Leone brave a shower to film water runoff in the marsh after a storm. Leone, a conservationist for Natural Resources Conservation Service, was instrumental in making contacts on St. Helena Island.