First Electric Bike Exhibit, ever.

A little sneak peek of the killer new exhibit at the Petersen Auto Museum in LA featuring the most advanced, cutting edge, wild and beautiful electric-powered two-wheeled beasts being crafted right now. https://youtu.be/yTZO20DNfcE The VIP Press preview happened last Thursday and the exhibit goes live this weekend. Gotta say that these bikes will make you... Continue Reading →

A Cathedral of Curiosities in LA.

What can I say about the Museum of Jurassic Technology. Nothing actually. I can't say anything because frankly I wouldn't even know where to begin to describe this eclectic, weird and wonderful cathedral of curiosities that graces and otherwise bland strip of Venice Blvd in Culver City. https://youtu.be/L5K27Fb5EGw What I can say is that this... Continue Reading →

The Smallest Film Festival with the Biggest Heart.

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 →

One Perfect Day in Reykjavik.

I have issues with the word tourist. In this travel soaked world we live in where cross continent airfares are often less then the cost of a good meal, the idea of tourists infiltrating your city can be a harrowing concept. When I accepted a long term project that would move me to Reykjavik, my... Continue Reading →

Jellyfish Bar Manila

I've seen a few unique bars in my life ... there is Harley's Hard Rock in Yellowknife, the northern most strip club bar in the world. There is the Caverna Antica in Ischia which is in an old Roman wine grotto that you have to spelunker to. The one that might be the most mind... 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 →

Drink The Sea Floor.

Holidays are coming, and nothing says I love you then a gift from the ends of the earth. I found this amazing potter (artist) who uses materials from the seabed floor, in some of the most remote and deepest places, to create beautiful earthenware (or oceanware as it may be). Scientific samples taken from the... Continue Reading →

Happy National Sandwich Day!

No really. That's a thing. And it's today. I don't know why that is so surprising really... we have national sock day, a day for toenails, even a day to appreciate slugs (they are very important to gardens you know). So why wouldn't we celebrate our favorite vehicle for delivering food to your mouth? As... Continue Reading →

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