Darryl Saffer - Producer
DARRYL SAFFER's talents include music, writing, sculpting, photography, and video, but they all come together to express his passion for the environment. Darryl documented a botanical expedition in the cloud forest of Venezuela, produced the CD-ROM "Tales Of Titans—The Amorphophallus titanium in North America" (featured on Apple website) and filmed and produced the music cinemas "Not Long Ago: The Myakka River Basin circa 2000" and "The Everglades: Here Where The River Ran". His documentary "One Man’s Vision" featuring the Pelican Man’s Bird Sanctuary was screened at the Sarasota Film Festival 2002.

"Not Long Ago" and "The Brown Pelican" were selected for The Education Channel’s Independent’s Film Festival. "One Man’s Vision" aired on Sarasota's Education Channel. He moderated the digital cinema forum on at the 2003 Sarasota Film Festival. Later that year, composer Rex Willis enlisted Darryl to create the film "Florida Postcards: Duet for Guitar and Camera." Darryl collaborated with filmmaker Diane Mason on the films "Three Khmer Flowers" (2004 UNIFEM Film Festival), "Condemned" ( 2005 Sarasota Film Festival) and "The Last Refuge" (2006 UNIFEM Film Festival). His music CDs "Through Our Eyes"and "Seascapes" are available through www.amazon.com and www.CDnow.com as well as downloads from the iTunes Store and others.

Darryl earned a Masters degree in music theory and composition from the Meadows School of the Arts at Southern Methodist University. He is a member of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (the Grammy awards).

Phone: 941-228-7288

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