Author: Greg I. Hamilton

  • Your Water Table

    FINDING COMMON GROUND AROUND OUR RIVERS: Meet people who get their hands wet in many facets of water management here in Northwest Colorado. This series of six short videos (3-4 minutes each) touches on issues, threats, and opportunities facing our local water resources in the Yampa, White, and Green River Basins. View all 6 episodes: […]

  • Wordsmith & Strategist

    Building Better Content for Brands & Products GREG HAS TWO DECADES experience working at a high level with blue-chip brands, successful entrepreneurs, international nonprofits, new product launches, and company rebranding efforts. He has collaborated with sales professionals to strategize effective tactics for luring prospects and closing the sale. His advertising copy has earned him happy […]

  • Power of the River: Expedition to the Heart of Water in Bhutan

    74 minute documentary film, written, directed, and produced by Greg I. Hamilton ROBERT REDFORD CALLS Greg’s feature debut: “A cinematic adventure into the heart of wilderness.” He went on to say: “Power of the River captures the connection between people and the rivers that are our lifeblood.” The film had its world premiere May 15, 2016 at the DocuWest International Film Festival where […]

  • Muscle Shoals

    Ticket Outreach Program The filmmakers of Muscle Shoals approached Greg and his colleague Rogue Edwards to create an audience building program modeled on the success of their work for Chasing Ice. The program they created covered 533 screenings in 32 theaters to support the movie’s release and critically acclaimed run from Oscar® eligibility through its Grammy nomination for […]

  • Imagine the Rides

    Published in Steamboat Magazine, Summer 2013 A proposed trail network offers mountain bike thrills from beginner to expert “FEAR CREATES ONE POINT OF ATTENTION,” says mountain biker Aryeh Copa. His voice carries a calm rationality when he speaks of the adrenaline junkie’s life-and-death dance: “Fear creates focus. It keeps us alive. If you have no […]

  • Beer vs. Bread

    Ruminations of a Wordsmith-anthropologist Greg’s blog, 2009-present TO ME, THE MOST INTRIGUING of all human interest stories is the age-old archaeological dilemma over beer versus bread. It might seem surprising that this branch of anthropology, best known for academics quietly sifting through dirt, gets pretty feisty about this debate. Archaeologists generally agree that humanity shifted from […]

  • Beyond Trauma

    Dispatches from the Forefront of Modern Trauma Prevention & Healing Co-editor, official blog of the Somatic Experiencing Trauma Institute, 2011-2015 GREG WORKED WITH 14 DIFFERENT contributors to Beyond Trauma (including several first-time bloggers), serving as writing coach and co-editor for each new entry. The blog discusses sources of human trauma and explores innovative techniques for prevention and healing of […]