Whittier by Wheel

In this film, Kristopher Peck rides his custom built seatless unicycle across ice and snow in Whittier, Alaska. Filmed in March 2011, this seven minute movie also captures a snapshot in time of a mysterious and isolated rural Alaskan town. Colossal buildings, bustling harbor, underground tunnels, fishing boats and an abundance of natural beauty provide an intriguing backdrop for this unique adventure.

Premiered at the Anchorage International Film Festival December 6th, 2011 Alaska Experience Theatre and had its Colorado Premiere at the Durango Independent Film Festival on March 1st, 2012.

Camera: Carol Griswold
Soundtrack: Mark Teckenbrock
Riding and Additional Camera: Kristopher Peck

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Born in 1984. Lifelong Seward resident. In the mid 90's I got my first job as a videographer. My dad George Peck paid me $5 an hour to film him riding his unicycle over all manner of terrain.

My teenage years were spent making skateboard videos with my friends.  Following my in my father's track I also learned how to ride the seatless unicycle called the Ultimate Wheel. A major breakthrough came in 2010 when my short film "Tour de Seward" was selected for the Anchorage International Film Festival.