Evan Mather, FASLA, is a landscape architect and independent filmmaker based in Los Angeles. His films explore issues of landscape, place and memory; spanning multiple genres, including animation, documentary, essay, music video, and film title design. His 2007 film So What? received the 2008 Communications Award of Honor from the American Society of Landscape Architects and he is a Graham Foundation recipient for his 2009 documentary A Necessary Ruin: The Story of Buckminster Fuller and the Union Tank Car Dome, Evan’s works have screened at Sundance, SXSW, Seattle Art Museum, Walker Art Center, National Building Museum, A+D Museum (Los Angeles) and the McMurdo Station (Antarctica). Hand Crafted Films is his playground.