Anthony Bourdain, a piece of cake, and a tattoo in Berlin. A modern fable.

I've been traveling seriously since I was 15, the son of two airline workers, way back when companion passes actually meant something. Over the years I've been lucky enough to visit every continent and many cities, and on occasion, when the trip is beyond special, I tend to get some ink put in me locally,... Continue Reading →

The Vintage Camera Quest: How it started.

  Like everyone I suspect, I had no choice falling in love with photography. My grandfather had a camera slung round his neck with the same frequency that dudes at Home Depot rock Oakley’s, that is, pretty much day and night. Growing up with him on Long Island some of my earliest memories have to... Continue Reading →

How to Rollback firmware and remove height restriction on your DJI Mavic drone.

  First of all, don't do this. But, for educational purposes, because I have a deep passion for coding, it's super interesting how easy it is to change ANY parameter on your fancy DJI Mavic ... YouTubber has a ton of great videos about the subject and once you enable debugging mode on your drone,... 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 →

How I Became a Travel Host.

  Last summer Brad Stuart and I got the chance to travel around the world and make films for WOW Air, having won their global TravelGuide Contest. It was a surreal experience, somehow being chosen from over 30,000 incredible entries, and learning how to produce a full travel program on the road with just two... Continue Reading →

Q&A with WOW AIR Travel Guides.

  Over the summer we got the chance to make over 100 films for WOW airlines having won their TravelGuide competition. It was an insanely good time, and we learned so much about traveling and making travel films (which we talk about in this other film: https://youtu.be/UMZ7Fdvb3Kg) Here we are answering some questions we got... Continue Reading →

Travel like a Travel Writer.

https://youtu.be/UXqmnY6KV6c I have an insane job. In the same week I could be traveling between two hemispheres, from arctic to rainforest, covering a swank ski palace on a mountain one day, then down to a macaw research center in a jungle the next. Ok, it's not really a job, it's a passion, and I would... Continue Reading →

How WOW Air did it different.

Last summer, a friend of mine and I won a contest from WOW air to travel the world and make films for them. Half a year later they abruptly cancelled all service. Coincidence? Dear God I hope so. One thing I can say having worked closely with them is that WOW certainly did things differently, for... Continue Reading →

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