Shelter is Live on Kickstarter


Lee Schneider and Yves Francois

Designing for Good in Haiti

Last summer, a small crew from our Shelter production team filmed in Haiti. We had just a few days to cover the vital work of Architecture for Humanity, Yves Francois, and several students with the University of Minnesota College of design who were working on infrastructure and community development projects. The short film we made has been shown at screenings in San Francisco, in Los Angeles, and of course, has been viewed a lot on Vimeo.  We started up our educational outreach program, called Shelter: connect, running workshops and connecting with students worldwide.

Now it’s time to go to the next step. We recently did a follow up interview in San Francisco with Eric Cesal, who heads up Architecture for Humanity’s Haiti office.  We’re prepping to return to Haiti to complete the stories we started tracking there.

The campaign is live on Kickstarter. Have a look and find out what we’re planning to film during our return to Haiti. We’re offering some great rewards for your support.


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