Farmrun is the creative studio and storytelling platform of Andrew Plotsky. Born and raised in Washington, DC, he took a strong liking to growing food and creating media while studying Environmental Science in upstate NY. After college, his adorably majestic plan to run across the country with his camera and extra underpants in a baby jogger, documenting farmers along the way, went smoosh. He nonetheless went on to pursue an education in agriculture. While working on farms around the US and abroad, he continued to take photos, write essays and draw drawings about his explorations into responsible, subsistent agricultural lifestyles. In the fall of 2010, while traveling from Maine to San Francisco documenting urban agriculturists and greenhorns, he began to recognize the paramount importance of the confluence of responsible agricultural practices and sound media communication. There are movements sweeping our agricultural landscapes in this country, and those farms, farmers, butchers, ranchers, fermenters, restauranteurs and bakers need their stories to be properly communicated to the world. Farmrun is one of the first dedicated agricultural creative studios in the country. It is our intention to serve the needs of the burgeoning agrarian renaissance by producing beautiful media for agricultural enterprises and organizations. Farmrun is based on Vashon Island in the Puget Sound, where Andrew currently works as a meatsmith with Farmstead Meatsmith, a traditional animal processing business. Andrew feels a bit strange writing about Andrew in the third person. He hopes you enjoy Farmrun and will get in touch if you have questions, comments, good jokes, or expertise in making brioche that you would like to share.