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Issue No. 2 | September 2019

FEATURE

Lifestyle Microfilm

The month of August wasn’t only about construction; we made strides in marketing the project, too. In order to put together a piece to capture the good life around town, we hired Kim Carroll, a local photographer and filmmaker, to shoot a micro-film. The result was astounding.

Kim told us the process of making the film moved him in unexpected ways. “Filming the Mill District lifestyle micro-film was a great reminder of how much diversity there is in our backyard,” he said. “I wanted to create something that was distinct to Healdsburg and Sonoma County. It is such an incredible place, and that’s reflected in the landscape and people who make up this amazing community.”

Shooting the film required lots of help from Mill District friends and partners. We are especially thankful for help from the following: Barndiva, Campo Fina, Front Porch Farm, inGamba Tours, Jordan Vineyard & Winery, MacRostie Winery, Mauritson Winery, Sheryl Yen-Chan and Arya Chan, Silver Oak Alexander Valley, SingleThread, Sonoma Ballooning, The Ranch at Lake Sonoma, Alex and Leah Harris, Alex Petrenko and Federico Calaf, Ceyda and Zimmer Llapashtica, Ethan Didero, Everly Carroll, Heather Svendsen, Kayleigh Harris, Liz and Rich Pembroke, Mark Goff and Phillip Engel, Matthew Accarrino, Ted and Laura King, and, of course, Tooey the wonder dog (featured here).

Also in this Issue

PROJECT UPDATE After Demo Work

Some might consider August to be the “dog days of summer,” but last month was a busy time for us at Mill District.

WHAT'S HAPPENING Life Around Town

Harvest is well underway here in our part of the world, and it’s a magical time of year.

SPOTLIGHT Colleen Carmichael

Meet the executive director of Reach for Home, a regional organization that aims to end homelessness in Sonoma County.