Kyle Duba


Can I sit next to you:
October 10, 2017, 10:54 am
Filed under: Video

I’ve been helping Virginia Moore shoot her film ‘Ferret Town’ for over two years now. We’ve spent countless days driving to some of the most remote parts of Wyoming, interviewing ranchers and biologists, and staying out all night to capture footage of this nocturnal creature to help tell the story of North America’s most endangered species, the Black Footed Ferret. Proud to present the trailer! And if you’re in Lander, come check out a sneak preview of the film tonight (Oct 10) at the Library – 5:30 PM!

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New Song:
April 17, 2017, 5:57 pm
Filed under: Photo

Very psyched to have helped Lander’s Museum complex with a series of promos and scripted pieces that will be put in their historical buildings!

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Shuffle a dream:
April 17, 2017, 5:38 pm
Filed under: Video

Fun to finish up this promo for Skeo Solutions, an environmental consulting firm out of Charlottesville.

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Moving Mountains:
February 23, 2017, 4:21 pm
Filed under: Video

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Great to see Geoff O’Gara finish this documentary on Cowboy life in Pinedale Wyoming. I helped Geoff out with camera work for a number of the scenes and even got to ride a horse!

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Elephant:
September 14, 2016, 4:49 pm
Filed under: Photo

Adrenaline sports videos were what first drew me to video production so it was a refreshing return to my roots helping make this video for Alan Mandel, local trail building and riding phenom!

 

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Busy Earnin’:
December 31, 2015, 6:56 pm
Filed under: Climbing, Video

Love how this Wyoming tourism piece turned out! Lots of fun checking out new spots and events around Fremont County I hadn’t seen before.

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Lean On:
November 2, 2015, 5:45 pm
Filed under: NOLS, Video

It was bittersweet to see this video play before a packed house at the NOLS 50th anniversary a couple weekends ago. The intro piece was my last project with them and Kirk & Brian used a bunch of my footage throughout the second chapter which reminded me of so many excellent trips. Thanks for the great run NOLS!

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