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For much of his unwaking life, Dakin has found himself inhabiting cabins. Whether perched upon the San Juan Mountains, tucked away in the shrubbery of Cape Cod, or nestled in the maple grove on Reber Rock Farm, such rustic abodes occupy much of his mind’s empty space. To these places Dakin retreats in times of wondering and wandering. From the creative space embodied in these lonesome places, Lost Cabin Productions was born.
When he isn't filming, Dakin is most likely to be found riding his bike, playing music, or eating.
The work of Dakin Henderson, about center text
Lost Cabin Productions is the work of Dakin Henderson, an award-winning filmmaker, cinematographer, and editor. His recent independent projects include a short NOVA documentary about the reproducibility crisis in science, a 6-part video series about wildlife research for High Country News, and a series of 35 videos of live music performances filmed in unique settings.
Before founding Lost Cabin Productions, Dakin worked as Director of Photography and Editor for the award-winning PBS documentary production company, Vital Pictures, in Boston. There, he worked on high-impact broadcast media projects such as The Raising of America: Early Childhood and the Future of Our Nation, Coming of Age in Aging America, and Gaining Ground: Building Community on Dudley Street. In 2012, Dakin produced and directed the feature documentary What Time Is Left, which premiered at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston.
background in biology
In 2016, Dakin enrolled in the Learning, Design and Technology program at the Stanford Graduate School of Education, where he has expanded his digital media repertoire to include Instructional Design, Design Thinking and Human Computer Interaction. Dakin’s future projects will integrate video with interactive technologies and draw upon learning theories to inspire greater change in a viewer’s mind.