DT LA Art District GUIDE.

Lotsa people think LA and think beach but one of my absolutely favorite places to explore is the downtown Arts District. Consider it one stop shopping for all your hipster pleasures. From dope breweries, to couture clothing, to black as night soft serve, you can pretty much fill a fantastic day walking around this conglomerate... Continue Reading →

This is everything.

Came across this most excellent video essay by the Nerdwriter, if you aren't familiar, behoove thyself and get thy familiar, each is better then the next, but this one, is pretty much the tastiest of the bunch. In the short video, he goes on to deconstruct one of the most important, iconic, and flat-out famous... Continue Reading →

How to become YouTube Famous. (In 13 steps)

This is a 13 step guide on how to become youtube famous, a list compiled from the 20 most popular articles online. Great resource on when to release videos, tags, keywords, and tips and tricks all in one place for 2019.

How to become a Master Editor.

    Who is this guy, Humbleless Jones? Amirite? Look, when you've jogged through as many bits as I have you can call yourself whatever the hell you want. You're the one here reading this, so I'm assuming you want to know how to become a master editor. So I'm going to tell you. It... Continue Reading →

How To Make A Good Drone Film.

Three simple tips to guarantee make your Drone footage easily better.

If You Walk To Work In NYC…

Just a few sights on my way to work down 5th avenue, some secrets, and cool places to visit.

Edmonton under the radar.

“Now you know how the ham feels,” the young kid behind the bar with the Shaggy goatee said over my pour, “you’re smack in the middle of it.” It is perhaps the closest way to explain how it feels to be in Edmonton, a city so smack central in a continent not many people make... Continue Reading →

Japan: Next Stop Nara.

Nara is a beautiful little town. Quiet, out of the way, and not murdered by tourists, it really is a beautiful retreat where you can experience ancient Japan in the modern era. The train here is a quick hop from Osaka, and getting around by foot is a breeze. Arriving at the station we didn't... Continue Reading →

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