Matthew Berdyck is an experimental filmmaker, activist, musician, and US travel expert, most notably known for his national environmental campaigns.
He is the founder of SuperfundResearch.org, an environmental activism and EPA watchdog group. His writing pieces on the subject of toxic waste have been read by millions of people in the United States.
He founded Daily Independent Journal, in 2018, to expose the sordid underbelly of reality.
Meth Lab, Arkansas - Plains All American Pipeline announced on social media that due to temperatures expected in the low minus-thirties the company is canceling an 800,000 barrel oil spill into the Mississippi River.
Experimental music video I filmed, edited, and directed for 2 time Grammy Nominee Jordan Rudess, of 30 million album selling Dream Theater
The harrowing story of one man's battle to steal a newspaper from Metallica
The Morris Operation, located in Morris, Illinois, is the home to what is billed as the nations only high-level radioactive waste storage facility in The U.S, which stores spent Uranium 235 fuel rods from nuclear power production plants.
Poison in the Grapes is an in depth investigation into the Summit Equipment & Supplies Superfund site, in my childhood neighborhood of Castle Homes, in Akron, Ohio. The short film exposed the corruption at the Region 5 EPA that later led to the Flint Water Crisis.
I was in Denver during the James Holmes Massacre and made this short film to help raise funds for the victims and their families.
After the release of The Astonishing, a long-winded album which damn-near required college-level reading just to understand the compositional themes, and facing the ire of many lifelong Dream Theater fans, the band apparently heard the voice of their haters and trolls, and said, "Hold my beer."
Richland, Washington - North of Richland, Washington, the Hanford Nuclear Facility, the site of a 2 billion dollar a year Department of Energy clean-up of the residual effects of the of country's largest Plutonium production facility, sits the B Reactor, or the world's first nuclea
The Uranium Mill Tailings Remedial Action Project, or UMTRA, is a Department of Energy program to clean up uranium mill tailings, the byproduct of uranium refinement for the creation of nuclear materials used for bombs and to power nuclear power plants, totaling over five-thousand properties in ten states.