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.

Thanks For an Epic Year!

Thanks For an Epic Year! Here's a short recap of 2019, aimed to please. Take a peek and looking forward to making more magic with you this year! Much love, Roberto Serrini - http://www.robertoserrini.com

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.

Omnom Chocolate: Reykjavik’s hidden secret. Shhh.

Reykjavik's hidden secret is Omnom Chocolate, who produces perhaps the world's best, offering tours, and samples, for intrepid travelers looking for something unique to do in Iceland.

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 →

The Oldest Restaurant in The World. Madrid’s 300 Year Old Botín.

Welcome to Madrid, city of the living, the vibrant and elegant capital of Spain and a cosmopolitan jewel of the Iberian peninsula. With a rich and ancient past you can literally taste Madrid’s history in its food, and while it’s easy to get lost in the cobblestone lined streets, there is one place where you... 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 →

The Bible or Once Upon a Time in Hollywood – Same thing?

Spoilers ... like lots and lots of Spoilers. First, I have not read any reviews, or critical analysis of the film, so apologies if this has already been echoed online. I just got out of a 7am viewing of Tarantino's Once Upon a Time in Hollywood at the Cineramadome. I suggest you do the same.... Continue Reading →

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