LA Foodways (2019)

LA Foodways looks at the storied agricultural history of Los Angeles to understand present food waste challenges and opportunities to bring fresh foods to urban communities.

From the importance of orange crops in the 19th century to the massive scale of food waste in the U.S., the series is a deep dive into the different manners in which local organizations are coming together to ensure the future of agriculture in the region in order to identify environmentally friendly solutions for the future.

A Concrete River by Wishing Well Entertainment

A Concrete River (2015)

A Concrete River: Reviving The Waters of Los Angeles chronicles the importance of the Los Angeles River culturally, economically and ecologically.

Supported by a matching challenge grant from Newman’s Own Foundation, the independent foundation created by the late actor and philanthropist Paul Newman, this special telecast takes viewers on a historical tour of the Los Angeles River starting with the native Tongva tribes that lived along its banks before the Spanish arrived, all the way through to the present day. 

On Begley Street (2013)

On Begley Street follows noted actor and environmentalist Ed Begley Jr. and his wife, Rachelle Carson-Begley, as they built a new home under LEED Platinum-certified standards.

The streaming series earned several awards, including Best New Media at the Burbank Film Festival, Best of Show at the Aurora Awards and Outstanding Reality Series at LA Web Fest. It was also nominated for a Best Reality/Documentary Series honor at the Environmental Media Association’s EMA Awards.