Go To Team Atlanta Crew | Wounded Warriors Project
Today, we’d like to extend a special thank you to all our Veterans.
They have served our country, and protected our freedoms. That said, they made the ultimate sacrifice and returned with scars, both physically and mentally. That’s where the Wounded Warrior Project comes in.
The WWP is a charity and veterans service organization that offers a variety of programs, services and events for wounded veterans. The project helps veterans learn various coping methods to manage PTSD, traumatic brain injuries, and other invisible wounds of war, while also connecting them with fellow veterans and nature through their Project Odyssey.
The project is geared to help veterans overcome combat stress through outdoor, rehabilitative retreats through outdoor activities such as whitewater rafting, zip-lining or a high ropes course. Recently, Go To Team’s Atlanta DP, Nate Silverman, headed to the mountains in Blairsville, Georgia with Wounded Warrior Project to capture the new Rolling Odyssey Project. This extension of the charity is a unique group motorcycle riding experience, specifically for the veterans.
Running the iconic Gauntlet run in the Georgia mountains, Nate rode in an open-top Jeep capturing the bikers ride on a Sony F5 camera, A7S on Ronin-S, Go Pro Hero 5’s/Fusion and DJI Osmo. Throughout the week, Nate captured interviews and b-roll as the veterans took part in workshops and activities throughout the ride as they worked their invisible wounds.
Thank you to Wounded Warrior Project for allowing our video camera crews to capture such an important mission. We look forward to working with you on future shoots!