This Thursday's show will feature Katie Teague, Producer, Director, and Editor of the award-winning documentary film, Money & Life. Former co-host of Truly Sustainable Sarasota, John Lambie, will also be in the studio to talk about the rebirth of the Florida House Institute.
If you're in Sarasota, we broadcast on WSLR 96.5 FM Community Radio. If not, you can stream the program live online here.
About Our Guests
Katie Teague is an independent documentary filmmaker working in the growing field of transformational media. In 2009 she founded StormCloud Media, LLC, for the purposes of bringing forward Money & Life. StormCloud Media is committed to telling the emerging story of humanity and bringing inspired educational media to the social change process. Katie’s post-graduate background is in depth and developmental psychology. Prior to filmmaking she had a counseling practice in Seattle, Washington. Katie brings years of study in depth psychology, human development and the world’s wisdom traditions to her work as a social and spiritual change agent. Katie is also one of the 2012 Sundance Grantee filmmakers contributing on 99% The Occupy Wall Street Collaborative Film.
John Lambie, LEED AP, founded DwellGreen, LLC in 2008 and serves as its Principal. Mr. Lambie has more than 35 years of committed experience and knowledge in the fields of green building, solar energy, and sustainable community development. For 10 years, he served as an Executive Director of the Florida House Institute for Sustainable Development, and was one of the founders of Sarasota's Florida House project. Prior to this, he founded and co-directed the precursor to the Florida House Institute, Earth Metabolics Design Laboratory, which applied the principles of Buckminster Fuller's World Game to Southwest Florida. Mr. Lambie served as the Founding President of Mirasol Solar, offering customers passive architectural design, solar hot water and photovoltaic systems, water conservation products, edible landscaping, and hydroponics from a storefront on Siesta Key in 1977. He served as Adjunct Professor in Environmental Studies at New College in Sarasota and a LEED Accredited Professional. In 2007, Mr. Lambie built a modest spec home in Warm Mineral Springs that won the Florida Green Building Coalition's award for highest performing building in 2008.