Visual Evidence Blog

If I were to make a short documentary of the Eagle Creek Fire and its aftermath, I would pursue a story around the extent of damage done by the fire, and how it affected both the land and people. To start off, I would interview people who were there, and anyone who recorded footage of the fire. In Hampe’s article, he states that good footage can’t be substituted, “you have…

October 10, 2018
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Eagle Creek Fire – Visual Evidence

October 2, 2018

  For those of us who lived in the southwest Washington / north Oregon area at the time of the Eagle Creek Fire, the experience is unforgettable. I remember the blanket of ash on my car and the intensity of smoke in the air. After experiencing a true forest fire for the first time, I would focus the story of my documentary on the aftermath and the memories / personal…

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Taylor Jones – Eagle Creek Fire Blog

If I were to be making a short documentary about the Eagle Creek fire and its aftermath, the story I would pursue would be that of the people whose jobs and homes were affected. I would interview forest service workers and the people who had to evacuate, especially those who lost their homes. The narrative would include a quick summary of exactly what happened, how the fire started, how far…

September 27, 2018
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