Cinematographer Craig McCourry traveled the world for six years collecting visually stimulating footage to make the film Apogee: Life in Motion. McCourry says that his goal for this project was to "capture the visual synergy of man, nature, and the built environment and set it to a penetrating musical score." Six abstract sequences consist of "Enigma," which has footage of India; "Metropolis," featuring visions of Hong Kong, Tokyo, Vancouver, Seattle, San Francisco, and New York; "Mystic World," with scenes from Yellowstone National Park, the Oregon Wilderness, and Banff National Park; "Spirit Water," footage shot in Oregon and various Canadian national parks; "Distant Oasis," sights from the Seychelles Islands; and "Foreboding Towers," the cinematic exploration of an oil refinery, a nuclear power plant, and power lines.
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