How to Travel like a Travel Writer (and not kill what you love).

The world is being destroyed by tourism and I am the cause. There are currently 1.4 billion tourists out there and that number is only growing at an alarming rate. The world is addicted to travelling and I am one of the many pushers out there on the streets giving them their fix. I have been... Continue Reading →

A word about Martin Scorsese and his lost documentary “Street Scenes” from 1970.

Martin Scorsese is in the news a lot these days. He's got a new movie coming out, The Irishman, which is a big event for the 76 year old director, but mostly people are talking about his comments that Marvel movies are not "cinema". Here is the exact quote, probably taken out of context: “I don’t... Continue Reading →

Sprizzy. Does it work?

Yes. Thanks for reading. Just kidding ... so backstory, I'm in no way paid by Sprizzy or really give two shits about them. I paid them 110 USD to drive a bit of traffic to one of my videos to see what the effects would be on my newly budding travel channel TravelClast (please go... Continue Reading →

What is BlackBox and how do I get rich from selling Stock Footage.

So it occurred to me today as I cursed at the heavens after stubbing my toe on a stack of G-Tech drives that I have literally a crippling amount of footage lying around. As a travel content creator who has produced hundreds of videos around the world I have a robust collection of media to... Continue Reading →

How Ric Ocasek changed my life.

In Ric Ocasek's death I immediately think about how he changed my life. Sure, like most I enjoyed his music. I definitely was influenced by his videos which were beyond cool. For me though it goes a bit more personal since I got to make his first music video in 25 years and it pretty... Continue Reading →

The Bible or Once Upon a Time in Hollywood – Same thing?

Spoilers ... like lots and lots of Spoilers. First, I have not read any reviews, or critical analysis of the film, so apologies if this has already been echoed online. I just got out of a 7am viewing of Tarantino's Once Upon a Time in Hollywood at the Cineramadome. I suggest you do the same.... Continue Reading →

Kids see a drone for the first time.

This was taken a few years ago when drones just hit the market and I was working on a documentary in a small village named Anuk Lang. There is no electricity, no TV, no internet, and no real connection to the modern world there, so when I brought out this little drone the kids went... Continue Reading →

Boston with an infrared video camera.

We love to travel and gain new perspectives... we were fortunate enough to get a new visual perspective using a modified Sony RX100 by the amazing folks over at http://www.lifepixel.com - so very cool to see this beautiful American city in such a unique light. https://youtu.be/Yugka9soyjM If you want to see some more of what... Continue Reading →

How Failing Got Me Paid To Do What I Love.

I'm a Filmmaker, and always wanted to be. Rather, I should say that I make a living as a Filmmaker, which was not always the case. This is the unlikely tale of how a kid from Mineola, Long Island, who grew up in a basement apartment with no connection to the industry eventually got to... Continue Reading →

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