Getting permission to follow an instinct rarely occurs to Jay Bulger. Post-professional boxing career, a 1972 documentary inspired him to track down Ginger Baker in South Africa, and take up residence with him under the guise of a Rolling Stone writer. The only problem? He wasn't a Rolling Stone writer. Nonetheless, five years later his piece, "The Devil and Ginger Baker," had not only been featured in the magazine, but he also had an award-winning documentary about the experience under his belt. "I aspire to be someone like him - someone who will not stop, or be told the rules of this world that we live in."
Since the moment Ben Fee held his first video camera at the age of ten, filmmaking has been a porthole for seeing life from a different angle. The irresistible desire to explore the world drove him to seek out and document adventure after adventure - from spending a year as Hunter S. Thompson's writing assistant to snowboarding some of the globe's most intimidating slopes. "I want to take those things that happen every day on this big, strange planet and put them on the screen... to instill a belief in possibility and movement and a notion of a world that anyone can do anything in."