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  • Lisanne Pajot and James Swirsky left behind a comfortable career doing corporate video gigs and other commercial work in order to pursue an unexpected passion project: a documentary about people who set aside stable jobs of their own to pursue the creation of video games without corporate backing.

    Turnstyle: The Road to Sundance and Beyond- Indie Game: The Movie

  • Like you know, I'm a little better at graphics, might be a little better at shooting but Lisanne can completely do those things too.

    Turnstyle: The Road to Sundance and Beyond- Indie Game: The Movie

  • Lisanne Aerts Mr. Streever is outfitted with a harness, two ice axes and stiff climbing boots.

    Taking on a Glacier

  • Lisanne Aerts Mr. Streever writes: "All that is left to do is to shimmy out, back toward the light, then up the tube, and into open air."

    Taking on a Glacier

  • Photos: Inside the Glacier Lisanne Aerts ICE HOLD | Climbing a vertical face, with the help of crampons and ice axes.

    Into the Heart of the Ice

  • Lisanne Aerts Glaciers are inescapably and uniquely beautiful, blue ice mixed with white snow forming rolling hills, sheer cliffs and long shallow ramps, surfaces reflecting light and casting shadows, the frozen mass creating its own cold winds.

    Taking on a Glacier

  • Lisanne Aerts I practice climbing across a low vertical face.

    Taking on a Glacier

  • Lisanne Aerts A moulin forms when water finds a crack in a glacier.

    Taking on a Glacier

  • Lisanne Aerts "The key is to aim the ax at dimples in the ice," says Mr. Streever.

    Taking on a Glacier

  • Lisanne Aerts I go up and down, learning to move rhythmically, a hop-step-kick with a simultaneous swing of the ax, then another.

    Taking on a Glacier

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