Nate Gerhardt
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THE PROJECT

Make a short film that follows Nate and Jasper Gerhardt as they train for and then attempt a project they've wanted to do for years,  Climbing Oregon's Three Sisters mountains car to car in under 8 hours.  In partnership with Garmin, the film would highlight features of the Garmin Fenix 5 Plus Sapphire watch as they use it to log training hours and navigate, and track there data on their climbing attempt.

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Deliverables

  1. One 4-6 minute adventure film that features Garmin's logo in the credits of the Film.  This film will focus on the story of the attempt, but also include features of the Fenix 5 plus Sapphire watch sprinkled in at strategic points.                                                           
  2.  2.One 1-2 minute film exclusively for Garmin's use which would focus on the watchs features, while set in a condensed version of the story.                                                                                                                    
  3. 10 lifestyle still images featuring the watch in action.

 

 

FEATURED PRODUCT

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PREVIUS WORK

STILLS

 

THE ATHLETES

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Nate Gerhardt

Is a 27 year old filmmaker / Photographer and mountain athlete.  Main sports are: Climbing, Alpine climbing, Skiing, and Trail Running

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Jasper Gerhardt

Is a 24 year old wildlife biologist.  Main sports are : trail running and Climbing.

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The three sisters traverse is a local fitness test piece known to the top climbers and endurance athletes in central Oregon.

The traverse runs from Pole Creek Trailhead, snagging the summits north, middle, and south sister before finishing at Devil's Lake trailhead.  When you have finished you've run traveled 18 miles with an elevation gain / loss of 9,500 feet.

The current record for the traverse is 6 hours and 39 minutes.  And although we're not expecting the record. A sub 8 hour time is an impressive feat in and of itself.

 

 

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