I sold a show to Quibi. Now what.

Quibi has launched to much anticipation, and having sold a travel show to them, I'm looking forward to the next steps.

Some eat bat. Others eat Balut.

Since I've been trying to figure out how one guy eating bat soup collapsed the world economy, I thought it would be interesting to post this little video of the time I ate what many consider the most disgusting, strangest, and unsafe thing ... Balut, or pong tia koon as it's called in Cambodia. https://youtu.be/x_JEE1E1bvM... Continue Reading →

Drone Racing in Jersey

  https://youtu.be/iWAQ_1Pm6co   I don't know what I was expecting, but I wasn't expecting to watch someone fly a drone to be so damn exciting. The Liberty Cup Drone Raceat the Liberty Science Center in Jersey City, New Jersey, hosted this amazing event, where you can see some of the nations best FPV racers do... Continue Reading →

The infamous Jakarta Smoky Negroni.

Jakarta is the capital of Indonesia, a predominantly Muslim country, and therefore you wouldn't think their drinking culture would be so on point with this epic smoky Negroni that I found at Beer Hall. Well it is. https://youtu.be/POU_IEQtXU4 First, Beer Hallis a pretty amazing space, voluminous, modern with a solid menu and as you can... 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.

The Little Nell: Aspen’s most luxurious resort.

The Little Nell is big on luxury, and is no wonder why it is notoriously the best resort in Aspen, if not one of the greatest hotels in the world. I got the chance to stay in their signature slopeside suite and was simply blown away at how amazing it was, from the finely appointed... Continue Reading →

GenSan: The surprising sushi tuna capital of the world.

Recently I got to explore Mindanao, the Southernmost island of the Philippines, which I was surprised to discover is the Yellowfin Tuna Capital of the world. General Santos City, or GenSan to locals, has 6 fisherieswhich pull in over 5 million tons of Tuna a year. Most of the sushi grade tuna you eat, in... Continue Reading →

3am Tattoo in Shanghai.

So, China is in the news oh so much lately, with the Wuhan Coronavirus flu pandemic and what not, so I thought it be nice to share another needle based story that ends a bit happier. A couple of years ago I found myself in Shanghai, one of my favorite cities on a shoot, and... Continue Reading →

So this is how pandemics start: Beijing back alley market.

On a recent trip to Beijing, China, I took a bike out to explore and discovered first hand how easy pandemics can start here. Still worth it.

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