Jack Green Videographer

Makes videos and music. A lover of dogs and cereal. Describes himself in incomplete sentences.

Contact Jack Green: jgreen@redwoodbark.org.


Girls’ varsity soccer opens with a five-to-one victory over MA

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On Tuesday afternoon, girls’ varsity soccer took to the field for their first game of the season against Marin Academy (MA). Redwood came out with a rocky start in the first 15 minutes, as MA supplied plenty of offensive pressure. However, after a diving save from junior goalie Sam Ferguson, the girls rallied. Sophomore Grace […]

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CrossFit Kiehfuss: Balancing Fitness and School

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At 5:15 on a Monday morning, most students are sound asleep, some are starting to wake up, and a few are drowsily finishing homework from the weekend. However, senior Evie Kiehfuss is sweating it out in The Cave of Corte Madera, doing squat cleans and wall balls. For the uninitiated, Kiehfuss describes Crossfit as “a […]

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Desk Jams: Miles Squiers

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  Miles Squiers is well known throughout Redwood for both his vocal abilities and his skill with the guitar. In this video, Squiers demonstrates both of these talents with an original composition he wrote over the summer entitled: “The Relation”. According to Squiers, the first half of the song is dedicated to his girlfriend, and […]

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Hooked on fishing: a stress reliever

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Fishing Montage from Redwood Bark on Vimeo. In a study conducted by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 33.1 million people in the United States go fishing on an annual basis. Among that population are three Redwood students: Seniors Sean Lowry, Matt Walravens and Noah Talamantes have all dedicated countless hours to fishing and venturing throughout […]


Girls’ varsity soccer records first victory vs. Branson Bulls in two years

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  The girls’ varsity soccer team triumphed over the Branson Bulls 3-1 on a cold, sunny Saturday morning, handing the Giants their first victory over the Bulls in two years. Redwood started their season off 4-1-1 in the league, tieing Novato and losing to Tam. Otherwise, the Giants have dominated, with their strong offense consisting […]

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Untold Stories from the Trailer Park

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Just around the corner from Redwood High School, The Marin RV Park is tucked between a popular shopping mall and marsh lands, leading most Marin residents to drive right by it almost daily. From their admiration of Airstream trailers to a transitional home, residents Denise Oberman, Blanche Lenin-Cruz, and Ron Martin provide insight into their […]


Girls’ varsity tennis loses MCAL final to Branson

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Voices of: Coach Marlies Ziesler, senior Sophia Gazor, senior Natalie Epstein and senior Lindsay Thornton. Match Results Singles: #1: Lise Swain 6-4, 6-2 Win #2: Devon Cusack 6-0, 2-6, 6-0 Loss #3: Lindsay Thornton 6-2, 6-3 Win #4: Quinn Perozzi 7-5, 3-6, 6-3 Loss #5: Chloe Willson 6-1, 6-7, (6-8), 6-1 Win #6: Natalie Epstein 6-2, […]

Preparing to hit the ball, senior Grace Garcia lines up her shot. Garcia showed her leadership skills this year by becoming a captain and helping the new players become familiar with the game.

Girls’ golf lines up for MCALs with help from seniors

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The return of coach Kelly Smith and top player Grace Garcia, supplemented by the camaraderie of the team, has carried the girls’ golf team through a so far undefeated season, and a chance at a historic MCAL championship. If the girls’ golf team placed first at MCALs, it would not only bring an end to […]


Desk Jams: Edition 11 – Stephanie Oh

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Senior Stephanie Oh performs on the violin.  

The girls' varsity volleyball starters celebrate winning a point in their game on Sept. 13

Redwood’s valorous effort not enough in demoralizing defeat against Branson

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In its most competitive rivalry, the girl’s varsity volleyball team was anything but giant in its loss to Branson on Tuesday night. Despite powerful kills from freshman middle Olivia Cooper and senior McKenzie Cooke, Redwood was unable to match Branson’s unstoppable outside attack from senior Ashley Delgado. After a quick start from Redwood, Branson regained […]