How a commercial director on the rise quickly changed his workflow to accommodate an advertising industry being cancelled by COVID.
Took road trip with my lil' DJI Mavic to the Central Valley in California and shot some drone/aerial footage over Tahoe, Mono Lake and Mobius Arch. It was perfect weather, albeit a bit windy up in Tahoe especially in Emerald Bay, but still got to capture the crystal clear waters where boats seem to float... Continue Reading →
One of the greatest trips of my lifetime was exploring the NorthWest Passage aboard a Russian research vessel with One Ocean Expeditions. I was there on assignment for Get Lost Magazine, and had never been that far North before, well above the Arctic Circle. We left from Greenland, and traveled across Baffin Bay, visited abandoned... Continue Reading →
The Livermore Centennial light bulb has been on, continually, for over 100 years. If this doesn't blow your mind then hearing stories from retired Fire Chief Thomas Bramell about how they used to hit it with footballs because they had no idea how old it was will definitely make you thing this bulb has super... Continue Reading →
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 →
https://youtu.be/JpyU51bBkKM Reykjavik already is tops in natural beauty so it almost seems unfair to have this much physical beauty on stage in one city. The Cabaret (or Kabarett) scene in Reykjavik is positively smoking, pushing boundaries and setting frozen crowds ablaze from the inside out. Smart, subversive, and stylized, it's some of the best performance... Continue Reading →
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 →
Quibi has launched to much anticipation, and having sold a travel show to them, I'm looking forward to the next steps.
Strange days these days but hey, there's a bright side to everything. In the wake of this COVID madness we've been "gifted" lots of time to spend at home which has yielded some very interesting discoveries. I have one have discovered that I can comfortably edit for 24 hours straight, and consume 2 bottles of... Continue Reading →