Born and raised in Southern California, filmmaker Britt Caillouette developed a love for storytelling at a young age, camping and road tripping around the American West with his grandfather’s Leica in hand. He studied history and film at Stanford, directing his first feature documentary, Sliding Liberia, in war-torn West Africa while still an undergraduate. A habitual risk-taker with a love for challenging production situations, he began his career making highly visual, experimental shorts like Tokyo/Texas while traveling with the Levi’s design team. Since joining Farm League in 2013, he has brought his raw, humanistic style to global campaigns for Coors, Ford, and Toms. In 2018 he released his second feature documentary, Blue Heart, in collaboration with Patagonia about the fight to save the last wild rivers in Europe from development. Britt lives on a historic farm on the coastal prairie of rugged Northern California.