Filmmaker Jared Flesher taking a stroll.

Filmmaker Jared Flesher taking a stroll.

Dear Friends,

Many of you know me as the director of The Creature ShowField BiologistSourlands, and The Farmer and the Horse. I wanted to take this opportunity to let you know about my latest venture, Hundred Year Films.

Hundred Year Films is the name of my new commercial production company, up and running for a little over a year now. During that time I've had the opportunity to create some work I'm really proud of, including:

  • "The Deer Stand," a 15-minute documentary short about ecological deer hunting for the Friends of Hopewell Valley Open Space and Sourland Conservancy

  • a series of short videos for Princeton University about sustainability on campus

  • "Bobcat Alley," a 3-minute video about bobcat conservation for the Nature Conservancy of New Jersey

  • a 3-minute video for the New Jersey Division of Fish & Wildlife about a new program called "Connecting Habitat Across New Jersey."

  • several videos for some cool restaurants in Princeton, including Agricola and The Dinky Bar & Kitchen

If you (or an organization you work for) ever find yourself in need of professional video production services, I hope you'll take a look at the new Hundred Year Films website for more information, or send me an email directly at jtflesher@gmail.com.


Warm regards,
Jared Flesher

PS: Many of the videos mentioned above aren't released yet, but they will be over the next few months. I'll send links when they're ready to watch.

PPS: Stay tuned for more details about a special Birds of May screening at Duke Farms on July 21.

PPPS: The next episode of The Creature Show is in the works and will be about... New Jersey bobcats!