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Sustainability and handcrafted artisan spirits with Connie Baker

Beyond the Gallery | Season Four

 

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by Zach Wolfson in Beyond the Gallery
June 21, 2017 2 comments

 

 

We continue this season with Connie Baker, a craft distiller in Carbondale Creative District.

Sustainability is paramount to Connie. Distilleries use a lot of water and a lot of energy to heat water. Connie and her husband were determined to design a way to recapture that water and energy in their distillery, and reuse it.

CONNIE’S BIO

Connie brought together a team of engineers to create the first of its kind, Water & Energy Thermal System (WETS) for MDC’s facility to recycle 100% of the process water and energy created through distillation, in order to realize her dream of creating an environmentally sustainable distillery – “Drink Sustainably” is a reality at Marble Distilling Company.

Discover more about Connie’s handcrafted artisan spirits at marbledistilling.com →

SPONSORS

Season Four of Beyond the Gallery is sponsored by Colorado Creative Industries. A division of the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade, Colorado Creative Industries believes in the power of creativity to inspire human connections, create social change and support economic vibrancy throughout Colorado. They believe in the practice of creation, the artists and entrepreneurs who contribute to our rich culture and the benefits of our creative economy. Colorado Creative Industries supports and encourages the innovators, creators, change-makers and dreamers who improve our quality of life and make Colorado creative. They focus on strengthening the vitality of visual, performing and literary arts through promotion, resources and funding opportunities. They believe in bold innovation and the invaluable contributions the arts bring to this beautiful state.

 

  • Zach what a great interview, I see you are using sliders in the filming side (very nice) The audio was fantastic. Did you use 4K and then bring to 1920 x 1080P at 60fps?

    • Thanks so much, Art! Connie has such a wonderful story and purpose behind her creative work.

      Yes, when it’s a fit I love using a slider to add movement, depth, and context to a story. And good, clean audio is always a priority – to me it’s one of the greatest ways to create a wonderful, immersive experience while watching. It’s nice to hear you notice these details, thank you. And I produce this show in 1080p actually; no 4K yet. Shoot in a mix of frame rates (24, 60, 240), and it’s finished in 24 fps.

 

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