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With three national Emmys from five nominations, multiple industry awards and more than fifty film festival prizes: check Michael Brown's take on the future.
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Mike is the man behind the camera for blind climber, Erik Weihenmayer's historic ascent of Everest. Brown was Director/Cinematographer for 'Farther Than the Eye Can See' - the first HDTV production to the summit of Everest - and back in 2002 blind Erik was also the first test pilot for Contact.
Michael Brown was the first to test run the new Contact GEO positioning system in 2004, when sail racing with Gary Swain (in image) who is still waiting for a heart transplant, and still dreaming to one day climb Mount Everest.
Another Contact pioneer, on Matterhorn in 2003. The peak is K2 for a small woman with a transplanted heart. Kelly Perkins looked into the camera and stated, “You can have Everest, Gary. This is enough for me.” Image live over Contact 2.0, courtesy of Kelly's expedition.
For two years running, Discovery Channel's Storm Chasers brought the crew of Serac Adventure Films to tornado alley in the American Mid-West.
Michael Brown in a crevasse as appearing in Time Magazine, the New Yorker and others.
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The movie poster for High Ground, about wounded soldiers, in theaters Nov. 2, 2012.
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Another of Michael's recents: about climate change. Serac Films' clients include ABC Sports, NBC, CBS, Voom, iNHD, National Geographic, FOX, Outdoor Life Network, Discovery, PBS, IMAX, MTV, BBC, Outside Magazine, Popular Science, USA Today and many others.

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Mike's Sports include Rock Climbing, Kayaking, Scuba Diving, Caving, Mountain Biking, Skiing, and Mountaineering. Posters and stills by him such as this bivy at El Cap in Yosemite can be bought on various digital outlets as well as at seracfilms.com.
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The future of adventure film and television: Michael Brown, Serac Adventure Films

Posted: Nov 28, 2012 06:18 am EST

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(Tina Sjogren) Social TV, GoogleTV, personal 3D videocams and rent-a-theatre concepts: Internet has disrupted print media and some say TV is next.In an attempt to predict what the future will look like, ExplorersWeb asked documentary producers, cameramen, folks building special interest platforms and other adventure film makers for their take. We kicked off last week with Tom Sjogren of HumanEdgeTech. This entry is by a veteran in the industry: Michael Brown of Serac Adventure Films. Mike is the man behind the camera for...

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