Terry of UrbanBeeSF interviewed by British artist Louis Masai as he traveled across the USA in Autumn 2016 to begin his attempt to tackle species extinction through art. It is one of the most ambitious mural projects of its kind to date, with 20 murals coming to 12 cities in just two months, reflecting the fast escalating extinction crisis. In the third in a series of short films documenting his tour 'The Art of Beeing', film crew Tee Byford and Emil Walker join Masai in California to unearth the truth about man's relationship with nature in the US, what's holding society back from acting for nature and if, indeed, it's possible to stop the extinction crisis. Navigating their way across the states the London based team capture reaction to Masai's work and investigate what is required on a social scale to truly make an impact. With dozens of species becoming extinct every day, many scientists believe up to 50% of species are heading towards extinction by 2050. With nearly one in four mammals under threat in the United States, The Art of Beeing highlights local species at risk and the urgent need to act on climate change and environmental degradation. Filmed at a time of great political consequence, each film explores if and how individuals are coming together, much like bees, to put nature first. But, the big question is: can they really discover the true 'Art of Beeing'? Join us at