An expedition formatted film to share the adventure of sea kayaking, off Georgia's beautiful, and often overlooked, coastline. The Geechee people of Sapelo Island are the only inhabitants of the barrier island. They are the descendants  of West African slaves brought across the Atlantic in the 1700s and 1800s. We'll explore this amazing place, the culture of the people, and their traditions.

Hopefully we'll catch a few fish, harvest some oysters, or make a low country boil with fresh caught shrimp. This piece is meant to be a multi-faceted film to inspire adventure, entertain wholesomely, and educate on the need for protected coastal waters.

Locations (tentative)

  • Day 1 - Launch to Cumberland Island
  • Day 2 - Paddle to Pelican Spit
  • Day 3 - Sapelo Island
  • Day 4 - Sapelo Island
  • Day 5 - Tybee Island
  • Day 6 - Takeout in Savannah, GA


  • 3-7 Minute Branded Short Film
  • Film Trailer
  • 5 Social Media Clips (15-60 Seconds)
  • Still photo assets
  • Logo for film


  • Production will last 3-6 days.
  • Production will consist of 2-3 crew members.
  • Cameras used: Dependent on partners' budget. Red Scarlet, Sony Fs7, Canon 1DX mark ii, Canon 5D/7D models, GoPros, etc.

Cost: $15k-$30k

  • Cost dependent on the following:
    • Production days/number of locations.
    • Number of deliverables.
    • Production crew size.
    • Camera package.


If you would like to move forward with or receive more information about this project, please contact Jacob Walker. This is a scalable project that can be shaped to fit within your brand and budget.
(210) 838-6474