The Truth About Living in Iceland (No. There Are No Laundromats).

So, 2 years ago we won a contest for the now defunct WOW airlines (RIP). They sent us around the world to make travel films for them, and gave us a sweet little apartment on Nönnugata street, steps from the Hallgrimskirkja Church. https://youtu.be/jJu3hu9_Mio We lived there for nearly 3 months, and got to experience Reykjavik... Continue Reading →

New Orleans: I love you.

The following is a love letter I wrote to the city of New Orleans for Get Lost Magazine. At the moment, NoLA is getting hit pretty hard with COVID and besides my hometown of NYC, it's one of the worst places affected. My heart goes out to everyone, especially the vibrant, loving, passionate people that makes... Continue Reading →

Tambopata Research Center. Wow.

Without question one of the best trips I've ever taken, deep into the Peruvian Amazonian Rainforest, to the exquisite Tambopata Research Center.

Oil Sick: Our addiction to fossil fuels.

A few years ago I read David Rosenberg’s piece on Photog Blake Little’s “Preservation”series and It inspired me to do something similar… except as a comment on our deteriorating global condition drowning in our addiction to fossil fuels. The result is "Oil Sick". Together with the help of the amazing model VikTory we entered the... Continue Reading →

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 →

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 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 →

The Museum of Failure is a win.

The Los Angeles Museum of Failure is a huge success in our books, with an in-depth albeit cheeky look at some of the worlds worst products throughout time. Located in the Hollywood and Highland shopping complex, this pop-up museum was created and curated by Psychologist and innovation researcher Dr. Samuel West, who was tired of... Continue Reading →

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