About Us

 

Michael Raymond is an accomplished Videographer and Photographer with a special interest in travel documentary, legacy, and storytelling. He has traveled worldwide, photographing in Paris, London, Moscow, The Tver Region of Russia, Hawaii, and throughout the United States. He has filmed everything from stage productions and promotional videos to weddings and surprise marriage proposals. His one-on-one approach and attention to detail has been well-received.

As a Holistic Nurse and former Contemplative Monk, Raymond is adept at interviewing to capture the true story, the essence of a place or person, converting this information to a medium that engages viewers and instills a sense of wonder.

Raymond has traveled extensively since birth, having been born to U.S. parents in London, England and spending his childhood traveling throughout Europe while the family resided in Waterloo, Belgium. From the age of 18, the childhood seeds blossomed to a wanderlust that inevitably saw the exploration of such places as Kealekekua, Hawaii and Novozavidova, Russia.

Mission Statement:

Promoting and educating our global citizens in the use of Memoir and Video Biography to overcome and prevent debilitating health conditions while growing in respect and awareness of the fragile interdependent relationships we have with each other; both human and non-human.

Our Location

We are located in the beautiful city of Oshkosh, Wisconsin in the Fox River Valley and alongside Lake Winnebago. Our small city provides a perfect backdrop for our  work.   Give us a call at 920-203-6538 to schedule an appointment.

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The Red River – Taos County

Red River in Taos County. The Red River was the most anticipated ‘Solve’ for this first trip out.  It was just not in the cards and I’ll explain why.  First though, I was able to get a good night’s sleep and made it to the El Aguage Campground and the trail leading down to the Red River by just after 9:15A this morning.  Miraculously, I met up with John from San Diego that is also an avid hiker, although, he’s in much better shape.  I was not only fortunate to have him look out for me but he did discuss his recent visit to the Vietnam Veterans Memorial by Eagle Nest Lake (on tomorrow’s agenda).  John had the same exact rental car (Black Buick Verano) as I have.  

Even though I left the area empty handed, the Red River was breathtakingly beautiful and I feel blessed to have had the opportunity to spend time at this sacred place.
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Tesuque Creek – North of Sante Fe

Tesuque Creek in New Mexico. According to recent online research, a quick drive from Santa Fe brings me to picturesque Hyde Memorial State Park and the Tesuque Creek .  This area offers lower-elevation vegetation, including pinyon-juniper and oak-pine belts. The creek is easily accessed; its water provides welcome relief on hot summer days.  What’s more important, is a short drive up Hwy 475 out of Santa Fe brings me to Hyde Memorial State Park and the Little Tesuque Falls.  In this area along the highway, is an impact crater that was first discovered in 2005.  All of it holds promise as a potential location for Forrest Fenn’s treasure.
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