Pianist, percussionist, climber, cinematographer, educator, and permaculturalist Rob Lenfestey has toured with Selah and played with Burning Spear, Claude Coleman, The Dirty Dozen Brass Band, and The Wailers. In 2006, he conducted the youngest recorded unassisted ascent of the Aconcagua in Argentina, the highest peak in the world outside of the Himalayas. He has taught climbing as well foraging, Nonviolent Communication, and other basic skills to troubled youth. He has done sustainable development work in Northern California, Costa Rica, Argentina, Bolivia and Peru. In 2007, he co-directed the Hawaiian documentary, “11 Miles to Paradise,” which premiered at Cannes and has won multiple international awards. He just finished work on two more documentaries filmed in India and Nepal. While there, he met personally with H.H. The Dalai Lama as well as H.H. the Karmapa on establishing community gardens for Tibetan Refugees.