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Finn Harries
I'm very excited to be marching in London on Sunday as part of the Global Climate March. Get involved in your city!
Using @freeflysystems Movi M5 paired with the Sony A7R II to capture glaciers in Greenland. #Ourchangingclimate
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Excited to watch this building take shape. More nature in architecture please!…
For the sake of the things you love, it’s time to take #ClimateChange seriously: #OursToLose
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Sometimes I still can't believe I live in this city. Sunday night basketball.
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I spent the morning with Charles (man in the yellow hat) at his production company in Brooklyn @voyagercreative. They have a good space in this old industrial paper mill. Check out their work. Good films, good people.
Thank god we have singing dancing Christmas hats in the world. 🙄M
Greg's deep in the edit of our next documentary. Coming to you soon! #ourchangingclimate
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Working on new music for a new video. Can not wait to put out this one.
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Very important video. Please watch. It's time @facebook stopped stealing…
it's past @JackHarries bed time. he's getting delirious.
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It's architecture projects like these that get me excited for a greener future -…
Washington Square Park - New York
We're better than this. Tragic, unnecessary acts of violence. Art work by @jean_jullien
Watching Frank Gehry talk with Paul Goldberger at Parsons School of Design.
New brief: design a pavilion. I'm lost in a sea of different ideas.
What do you see? On the one hand the city is this shining example of human ingenuity. An ode to our ability to create. However, on the other it's a demonstration of our inability to live in tune with our natural environment. It's a man made jungle filled with square boxes. This picture must cover at
Beautiful film. A reminder that the ones we often forget are still very much alive -
This is Kevin. He's the first architecture student I met at Parsons. He came up to me, introduced himself and said he'd be happy to show me some of his favourite spots around the city. I've been stuck with him ever since... 😂 Photo taken on 35mm film by Mr @jackharries

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