I TRY TO SPEND as much time on the road as possible, whether it’s going across the state to see family, or crossing state lines on an epic trek. There are a lot of reasons I’m attracted to long-distance travel. One of the best is that no matter what I might be worrying about, there’s nothingContinue reading “Finding Inspiration on the Road to (and from) the Wild and Scenic Film Fest”
7 things I learned from the best travel film ever made WHEN I FIRST SAW “The Road from Karakol” at 5Point Film Festival, my brain had already been numbed by dozens of killer films about people radder than I could ever dream of being. A film about a superstar mountaineer who rides his bike through KyrgyzstanContinue reading “7 Things I Learned from the Best Travel Film Ever Made [Matador Network]”
“Join Paulie and Loren, long-time friends and hilarious duo, as they embark on a journey to build a microbrewery. Together, they hit the road to meet America’s top beer gurus, and learn what it takes to craft unique beers.” This is the tag line of a new TV show I’ve been working on for theContinue reading “Paulie and Me”
Harbor Fish Market Video – Portland Travel Videos – Tripfilms. I kneel down in the middle of a floor soaked in icy water, feeling the wetness seep into the fabric of my pants. The scent of fish hangs thick in the air. People around me make an effort not to pay attention to what I’mContinue reading “Harbor Fish Market Video – Portland Travel Videos – Tripfilms”
I was addicted to travel and Ian and Justine were my dealers. But what these guys were peddling was the free sample. I, however, need the real stuff. The stuff of adventure.