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  1. All of the clips for this short film were taken between 2008 and 2011.
    All filming was done both by me and an old friend, Jonathan Craig.

    I had never intended to organize and display these in any fashion, let alone, turn them into a movie, but here I am, presenting a completed product. The adventures I focused on in the film were taken with many different friends, but the group I want to focus on the most is the Municipal Heroes.

    The Municipal Heroes are an art collective, but more importantly (and personally), a group of friends with whom I spent several years exploring the meaning of adventure, and growing as an artist with. During the summer of 2011, I took my permanent leave from the Municipal Heroes.

    Over the course of the past 4 years or so, I have changed in every respect of character, ambition and desire. Although I deeply respect and love every member of the Municipal Heroes, I find myself no longer valuing the nature of the project as I had before, and no longer even supporting my own position I held in the group. I will eventually complete two additional projects intended to put David Rin (my alter-ego) to rest, but for now, I’m following new callings.

    I expect the Municipal Heroes will continue to do better than they ever have before, in the capable hands of Steve Gahein.
    Please check out the website: http://municipalheroes.com/

    These are a just a few of the reasons that inspired me to get these clips together and share them.

    "Anywhere But Here"
    Completed Late 2011 - Video Work - Shapes Industries

    17:11 12th Oct 2011

    tags:  Adventure  Exploration  abandonment  Municipal Heroes  rooftop  underground  Sewer  Drain  Cave  Urbex  Urban Exploring  Art  Art Collective  Art Group