Check out my newest video comprised of over 500 photos from my drive through West Virginia, Virginia, and southern Ohio on my return home from my road trip.
Globetrooper News: Films & Docos
The Midlife Road Trip got a fun-filled behind the scenes look at the Tejas Rodeo School in San Antonio, Texas where they learned to rope, ride and corral cattle like the pros… well, kinda:) see the video here…
Planning a trip to Japan or just want to revisit some great memories from your recent trip? Then swing on over and check out my newest video of great photos and clips from Japan. See all sorts of landmarks and sites available on both Youtube and Vimeo.
This is one of the coolest experiences that I have ever had. Patagonia is one of the must things to do in Argentina and Puerto Madryn is a mecca for any animal lover. I’ve never scuba dived in my life and these guys were just kind enough to let me go full fledged scuba with about 5 minutes worth of training.
Freshly after the win in the World Cup, Spain comes to Argentina to play an exhibition game. A soccer game can be a place that is dangerous in Buenos Aires. Argentina takes its soccer extremely seriously and even though Spain didn’t play the majority of its starters, Argentina came out with the big guns.
A newly-released video of an attempt to cross Iceland, from coast to coast, travelling only by foot and inflatable packraft.
Beautiful scenery and raging whitewater rivers, all in stunning High Definition.
The video is accompanied by blog entries and photography from the expedition.
All the way from a Siberian prison camp to India for freedom (6,500 kilometers, approx. 4,000 miles). A trek through frozen forests, over mountains and across deserts on a journey that took 11 months. The book, The Long Walk, turned into an international best seller. In January 2011 Hollywood will release a film based on the story.
The Soldiers to the Summit film is more than a documentation of incredible achievement; this is a story of recovery. Coming home from a war zone isn’t easy, and many of our country’s veterans bring home injuries that seem insurmountable. This team has set out to prove that “insurmountable” doesn’t exist.
Great video taking you through the entrance of Iguazu Falls Argentina all the way to garganta del diablo (devil’s throat). You can also see the Iguazu Falls from the Brazil side the only bad news is that you have to get a Visa.
Remember the guy who cut off his own arm with a blunt pocket knife? The film chronicling his experience, 127 Hours, will hit the big screen on November 5th. Have you had a ‘defining moment’ that changed your life? There are some cool prizes up for grabs from Outside Magazine just for sharing your experience.
The Cove brings all the drama of a spy movie to its telling of the story of the annual dolphin slaughter in Taiji, Japan. But years before the movie, there was just a one girl. One girl with a camera who shot the photos that shocked the world and ultimately led to the making of the film. An interview with Brooke McDonald.