Took the little Mavic for a spin over one of our favorite cities, Berlin, with it's iconic skyline, beautiful rivers, and stunning green zones has plenty to see from the air. NEW VIDEO EACH DAY folks! So we hope you like and subscribe and stay tuned for lots more drone and travel films from Brad... Continue Reading →
In the Mary Baker Eddy Library in Boston, Massachusetts is the Mapparium: a three-story stained glass globe, flipped inside-out so the left-right orientation is correct. A 30-foot-long glass bridge runs straight through the globe. Standing in the center of those 608 stained glass panels, you can see the inside-out world in perfect scale. And It.... Continue Reading →
Frank Zagottis is a fun guy. A Queens local, he's got this nice house off Newtown Road right in the heart of Astoria. Like most locals, his parents were immigrants, his father came to this country as a tailor, and spent his life fitting clothes to support his family. Now Frank is giving back a... Continue Reading →
Want to travel to NYC on the cheap or even free? Here are some of the best tips and tricks for 2018 from two life long New Yorker's on how to do the Big Apple right!
So you need a DCP. Well you've come to the right place. As a filmmaker, if you're talented (lucky) enough, you will be asked to have your work shown in a film festival. This year a commercial piece I did for PGB Hot Sauce made it into the HollyShorts festival. When it did, they asked... Continue Reading →
One day earlier this year I got a little phone call from a man by the name of Joel Soisson. "Hi. This is Joel Soisson." Who the hell was Joel Soisson? Well, if you know how to Google (or click a hyperlink you lazy bum) you would quickly find out he is the producer of... Continue Reading →