Endless Abilities 2017

Endless Abilities

The story of our ability to adapt, our ability to live.

Endless Abilities


America, 2015

In the spring of 2012, we raised money on Kickstarter to buy a mini-bus and drive across the country with our best friend and paraplegic surfer/skier/sailor Zack Bastian. Our mission was to tell the stories of athletes with disabilities. From rehabilitation patients to Paralympic athletes, our cameras captured the reality of broken boundaries and common goals among all who are active. We went rock climbing with the blind, played soccer with quadriplegics, and swam with those with muscular dystrophy, to name a few. Through our journey, we learned that sports really are the great equalizer, unifying people of all abilities on a level playing field. 

Now a 75 minute feature film and our first documentary, Endless Abilities has screened in major cities from San Francisco to Washington DC, from Vancouver to Jerusalem. Our goal is to bring the message of athletic empowerment to as many hospitals, schools, theaters, and organizations as possible.


We are proud to present Endless Abilities on both the big screen and the small screen. 

in theaters

on television

“I just saw your documentary and I am awestruck, tearful, hopeful, and finally feel a sense of a life past where I am living and what I am doing now which is being, living, and feeling stuck. But you gave hope that I can move on finally and it will be okay despite it all. I have a hereditary neurological condition that has taken the feeling in my feet, my balance, and is now taking the feeling in my hands. Your film could not have come at a better time in my life where I am working on overcoming my fears, lost independence, the depression I have been in, a past life that no longer exists, and trying to find my way forward to a new life and actually moving forward....I have been doing the “baby steps” finally. Thank you so much for your unwavering courage, laughter, determination, and ability to reach out to people. I see the joy you have in every single minute of your life and it made me realize that I have lost mine and now need to find it. All of you and your film are truly a godsend and inspiration that I needed very badly. Please make more documentaries as it gives much needed hope, education, and information for everyone and especially those out there who have been stuck like me. God Bless you and the hope you have given me and I am sure so many others.”
— Someone in Arizona we've never met who saw Endless Abilities on PBS.