“There are more solutions than there are problems in this world. We just have to find and share them all.”
Bunker is a documentary cinematographer who has been focusing on the climate change movement for over five years. Starting with subsequent annual United Nations climate change conferences in Mexico and South Africa, he has traveled globally to support the movement. Most recently he traveled across the United States documenting extreme energy extraction in West Virginia and Texas, along with community solutions to combat the fossil fuel industry. Meeting frontline communities affected by climate change, Bunker gained greater understanding of the severity of this pressing issue and the importance of media in sharing these stories.
His film career began in Philadelphia working with a range of local organizations, including one short featured on the National Geographic channel. After moving to New York, he started working for 350.org, GreenPeace, and a number of documentary production companies and environmental organizations. His latest feature film, Nicotine Bees, was distributed by the Sierra Club to each member of Congress in an effort to uncover the mystery behind recent massive honey bee die-offs.
There are more solutions than there are problems in this world. We just have to find and share them all.