Almost There

Been working on this for almost a year. It’s nearly there. Must see in person as you would want to see a living breathing person, rather than his/her picture.

Earth Fire Water   53.5″ x 33.5″

Talk at Asian Art Museum

“Utilizing the special exhibition Yoga: The Art of Transformation as a point of departure, this short, dynamic talk, or Baat Cheet, focuses on California’s unique role in the adoption, evolution, and popularization of yoga today. March, 2014

John Parulis has exhibited his artwork at Paradise Ridge Winery and Hammerfriar Gallery in Sonoma County. He has been is a member of Yoga Society of New York since 1985 and studied with Sri Brahmananda Sarasvati from 1973 to 1993. John served as a cameraman for Greenpeace, filming projects at sea to save human and marine life. He currently serves on Marin County environmental action committees and produces and films live events for the radio station KPFA.” – Asian Art Museum, San Francsico

How To Change The World



“How to Change the World chronicles the birth of the most significant environmental protest movement in history perpetrated by the wildest bunch of hippie eco-freaks the world has ever seen. Greenpeace founders knew the power of images and that media attention was crucial, so they recorded everything: A goldmine of 16 mm footage reveals the danger, bickering, privation and just plain weirdness. The journey of a rag-tag collection of draft dodgers, spiritual seekers and journalists became the global environmental movement that transcends Greenpeace today.” – Sebastopol Film Festival

A bit of my footage made it into this award winning doc. Some of the founders and filmmakers were at the Sebastopol Film Festival, where this first showed in Northern California.