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Director: Anthony Greene

Producer: Nathan Greene

Director of Photography: Anthony Greene

Additional Cinematography:

Nathan Greene, Sam Adkins, Hunter Way, Braiden Maddox, Taylor Napier, Kurtis Schachner

Drone Pilot: Kurtis Schachner, Nathan Greene

Editor: Anthony Greene, Nathan Greene

Sponsored By:

ACE Adventure Resort

Pies & Pints Pizzeria

Kogalla, New River Gorge CVB, Endurance HQ,

Fayette County Chamber of Commerce, Cathedral Cafe

Into the Well: 100 Miles. 32 Hours. 200 Racers. tells the story of personal endurance. An excruciating test of how far one is willing to push themself to accomplish their goals. Follow three West Virginians as they prepare for the first 100-mile ultramarathon in the New River Gorge National Park where they'll take on a challenge far greater than they could ever have imagined.


Key Production Details:



While the documentary embraces the spontaneity and unpredictability of the ultramarathon, a loose script was developed to ensure key narrative beats were captured during filming.

Location Scouting:

Extensive location scouting was conducted to identify vantage points and strategic positions for capturing the race's most intense moments.



Led by Director of Photography Anthony Greene, the cinematography team, including Nathan Greene, Sam Adkins, Hunter Way, Braiden Maddox, Taylor Napier, and Kurtis Schachner, utilized a variety of techniques to capture the raw energy and emotion of the ultramarathon.


Drone Footage: 

Kurtis Schachner and Nathan Greene provided stunning aerial perspectives, offering viewers a bird's eye view of the breathtaking landscapes and the athletes' epic journey.



Anthony and Nathan meticulously pieced together the hundreds of hours of footage, weaving together the athletes' personal stories, race highlights, and moments of triumph and struggle into a compelling narrative.


The film was made possible through the generous support of ACE Adventure Resort, Pies & Pints Pizzeria, Kogalla, New River Gorge CVB, Endurance HQ, Fayette County Chamber of Commerce, and Cathedral Cafe, whose contributions helped bring the project to life.

"Into the Well: 100 Miles. 32 Hours. 200 Racers." is a testament to the indomitable human spirit and the power of perseverance. Through stunning visuals and heartfelt storytelling, the film captures the essence of personal endurance, inspiring audiences to push beyond their limits and pursue their dreams, no matter how daunting the challenge may seem.



Andrew's Story

Client: Clearway Energy Group

Agency: Vogel Digital Marketing

Director: Anthony Greene

Producer: Nathan Greene

Director of Photography: Anthony Greene

Grip: Matt Napier

Photographer: Matt Napier

Drone Pilot: Michael Vogel

"Andrew's Story: Becoming a Wind Tech in West Virginia" is an intimate short documentary produced by The Folkway in collaboration with Cleary Energy Group and Vogel Digital Marketing. Through the lens of Andrew, a dedicated wind technician, the film explores the intricate relationship between family, land, and responsibility in the context of renewable energy. As Andrew's journey unfolds, viewers are taken on a poignant narrative journey, delving into the heart of wind technology and its impact on communities.


Key Themes:

The documentary delves into three central themes:


Family: Andrew's personal story is intertwined with his family's legacy, showcasing the importance of familial bonds and their influence on his career path.


Land: Through Andrew's eyes, we witness the profound connection between individuals and their environment, highlighting the significance of sustainable practices in preserving our planet.


Responsibility: Andrew's commitment to his work underscores the broader responsibility we all have towards shaping a greener future.


Production Process:

Research and Planning: 

Extensive research was conducted to understand Cleary Energy Group's mission and Andrew's role within the organization. Initial meetings were held to outline the documentary's narrative arc and key talking points.



A compelling script was developed, weaving together Andrew's personal anecdotes with his family, and how his career with Clearway intersects with that, creating a positive change on both an individual level but a community level as well.



Visual storytelling played a crucial role in capturing Andrew's journey. Detailed storyboards were created to map out key scenes and transitions.


Location Scouting:

Scenic locations were carefully chosen to provide a picturesque backdrop for Andrew's story, showcasing both the beauty of nature and the impressive scale of wind turbines.


Our experienced production team worked closely with Andrew, Cleary Energy, and Vogel DM to capture intimate interviews, stunning aerial shots, and dynamic footage of wind turbines in action.

"Andrew's Story: Becoming a Wind Tech in West Virginia" is a testament to the power of storytelling in driving positive change. By shining a spotlight on Andrew's journey and Clearway Energy Group's commitment to sustainability, the film inspires audiences to reevaluate their relationship with the environment and embrace renewable energy solutions. Through collaboration, creativity, and a shared sense of purpose, we can all work towards a brighter, cleaner future.


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