The Four-day Revenant Process is designed to profoundly impact your ability to creatively navigate difficult conversations to accomplish your deepest aspirations.
As producer and creative director for this short narrative on former San Francisco Baseball pitcher Noah Lowry's comeback in life after facing retirement. This was part of an ongoing training testimonial from Blood And Ethos and was picked up by the AP press. Due to the power fo the video, the MLB is looking to have players attend The Revenant Process.
We were commissioned by Blood and Ethos to tell the story of San Francisco Giants pitcher Noah Lowry's life after baseball the destruction that can ensue if not handled properly. He has worked with an organization called “The Revenant Process” a program of Blood & Ethos to help him take new steps, redefine his life’s meaning and deal with what came next. A father of three, he also gives his time to Bay Area youth in various capacities. In a video he shared, Lowry opens up about how losing baseball brought back anxieties from his childhood that kept him from developing close friendships.
For Lowry, four surgeries on his troublesome pitching arm sent the lefty into retirement at age 26 after parts of just five seasons. It took time to deal with the sadness and anger of his situation, the shame, the depression. He called the transition to his next chapter “a disorienting and chaotic experience.”
“I felt dead inside,” - Noah Lowry
He has worked with an organization called “The Revenant Process” to help him take new steps, redefine his life’s meaning and deal with what came next. A father of three, he also gives his time to Bay Area youth in various capacities.
In a video he shared, Lowry opens up about how losing baseball brought back anxieties from his childhood that kept him from developing close friendships.
“In a moment, my identity crumbled, who I thought I was, the man my wife thought she had married, fell apart. The innocence of my childhood turned to shame as I grew older,” he shared. “... Leaving the majors was the final crack in the dam that had been holding back years of pent-up anger, doubt and fear.”
Client - Blood & Ethos
Executive Producer - Daniel Tocchini
Creative Director - Jeff Woods
Producer - Jeff Woods/Seth Lowe
Writer & Director - Seth Lowe
Director of Photography & Editor - Tim Anderson
Assistant Director - Josiah Woods
Camera operation - Tim Anderson/Seth Lowe/Josiah Woods/Shane Bruer
Sound design and mix - Ryan Pribyl
Colourist - John Carrington
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