Buffalo Racing in Thailand you must see.

In the back country of Chonburi Thailand, villagers come together with their land-working buffalos and compete in a crazy type of drag race to see which is the fastest. The stakes are high; the buffalo are not like horses, the riders, hang atop these 2 ton beasts by the nape of their necks for dear... Continue Reading →

Thailand from above.

I fly drones. It's something I love doing, and as a filmmaker I find that they are fantastic tools for storytelling. My particular temptation¬†is probably using them in ways they were not intended to be used, mainly flying through things like doors, windows, and tree branches. I like the way it makes a shot look... Continue Reading →

thai rodeo. buffalo racing?

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 →

tropical island. drones. beautiful.

This year I had the pleasure of going to Thailand on a film shoot (The Buffalo Rider - watch for it in theaters) and on the tail end of the shoot hit up the wee island of Koh Phi Phi for a little R&R and sun worship. Of course it took me about 6 minutes... Continue Reading →

get all wet. songkran.

Bangkok. You know what they say, one night here, and the world is your oyster. Clammy, stinky, and wet; and during the festival of Songkran, it's just like that. (Long way to go for a Murray Head joke, but worth it I think.) So yeah, let's get one thing out of the way: there is... Continue Reading →

kho pi pi is for me!

In my twenty's my ma gave me a little book by a one Alex Garland. The book was "The Beach". It has never left my mind. I was about to re-enact a fantasy, and was very excited. Kho Pi Pi is a perfect jewel of an island in the gulf of Thailand. It is as... Continue Reading →

phuket, I’m outta here.

Finally. Paradise. Met the girl at the airport. I love moments like these. They are so very rare. Travelling for me has always been a solitary activity. Perhaps being an only child with flight benefits from a very early age made me love to go forth with reckless and lonely abandon. I love travelling alone;... Continue Reading →

itsawrap!

On a compressed schedule and a whirlwind 5 days straight droning, my part in "The Buffalo Rider" has wrapped. Besides the lovely Thai countryside of Chon Buri, I had the pleasure to do some amazing shooting at a remote Buddhist temple, A vast pineapple field, and even a local school, where I flew through a... Continue Reading →

thailand … in my mouth.

So. The food. Here. Is incredible. If you are from New York, and you go to China, you will quickly find out that the delicious, hang over cure food you have been lovingly adoring all your life is anything but Chinese food. It can come as a stark revelation as you pine for your ol'... Continue Reading →

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