Brent Foster is director and filmmaker based in Ontario, Canada. Before moving into film, Foster worked as a photojournalist for editorial clients including TIME, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, The Globe and Mail,...
After 30 years in the Navy and 10 years in private industry, Ed Nicholson was diagnosed with cancer. He was in Walter Reed National Military Medical Center recovering when injured vets began coming back from Iraq.
Nicholson realized there was something he could do to help them cope with their mental and physical issues. Armed with a fly fishing rod, Ed began to teach people to cast on the front lawn of the hospital and Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing was born.
Directed by: Brent Foster Cinematography: Brent Foster and Preston Kanak Editing: Peter Schnobb Producer: Tammy Foster
“World We Used to Know” by The Soil and the Sun “Took a Train (Instrumental)” by Drew Barefoot “The Shaker’s Cask (Instrumental)” by Musée Mécanique Licensed from Marmoset