Monthly Archive:: July 2014

Every minute of this video is incredible, and is a great example of life lived based purely on simplicity and passion.  It’s incredible what can happen when you strip your life down to just the bare essentials, and do what you love. Honestly, all 17 minutes of this is worth it.

| This is your good old days, it only gets worse from here on.  The good ole days are these!

It’s incredibly difficult to walk through NYC and not be enveloped in the solitude.  I know the feeling, brushing shoulders with hundreds of people each day and feeling a disconnect between the masses and your own seclusion. While I love NY (no place like home), it’s an incredible paradox that this video hits on the head — something to think about.

|And in those moments between the light and the darkness, we find ourselves lonely, but never alone.

Just because.

| “We Are the World” is a song and charity single originally recorded by the supergroup USA for Africa in 1985. It was written by Michael Jackson and Lionel Richie, and produced by Quincy Jones and Michael Omartian for the album We Are the World. With sales in excess of 20 million copies, it is one of the fewer than thirty all-time singles to have sold 10 million (or more) copies worldwide.

For some time now, I’ve considered Alaska to be the promised land and I’m hoping to make my way there sometime soon.  Until then, visuals like these will have to do.

|This was the most amazing trip of my life so far…and here it is, summarized in under 3 minutes. This is my first time time lapse film, so it means a lot that you’re here, reading this, stepping into a very special piece of my past. 

With the Fourth of July weekend coming to an [unfortunately abrupt] end, it’s only right to celebrate the pinnacle of summer with this incredible footage by Jos Stiglingh at the West Palm Beach Fireworks Show.  With more and more incredible drone footage being taken, I didn’t think it’d be possible to create something this incredible.  Take a gander! (submission via Ebb Isaac)

Independence Day (while being mostly considered for BBQs and fireworks) is less often considered for what it really means — freedom.  I was thinking about the idea of freedom in the good ole’ U.S.A and remembered this video.  There’s a lot that we can be in this life, but I’m pretty grateful for the freedom to choose and  to be able to live each day the way I’d like it to go into my history.