Category: About

A Yacht called Failure. A shift in creative outlet.

After 20 years of producing videos, mainly of the travel documentary genre, I felt a need for change. Being a pioneer of the youtube era, I became tired of the treadmill one finds themselves on, of having to produce regular content in order to feed the machine. I also saw a change whereby videos became […]

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Homemade Electric Car – $8,000 D.I.Y.

Hobart local Warren ‘Boyler’ Boyles takes us for a ride in his D.I.Y. electric car converted from a 3 cylinder Daihatsu. He completed the conversion 8 years ago for an approximate cost of $8,900. He charges the car with both solar panels on the roof of his garage and mains power. Technical information Motor Controller […]

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Christchurch Top5Tour Accommodation – EcoVilla Interview

Eco Villa is a new boutique eco accommodation that wonderfully combines different accommodation categories to create a home from home in the centre of Christchurch City. The Eco Villa features a beautiful upcycled fully equipped shared kitchen, dining room, a shared lounge, expansive edible garden, private twin outdoor baths, free bikes, large deck, a games/meeting […]

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Screening of Journey to the West in Australia

View this post on Instagram A post shared by overlander.tv (@overlandertv) New York, Ararat, Horsham! First screening of my motorcycle film in Australia happened at the Astor Cinema, Ararat. A great turnout with many riding their bikes. I really enjoyed meeting the audience and seeing my film on the big screen for the first time. […]

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Screening of Motorcycle Adventure Film in Australia

The screening season has started – New York, Ararat! Really looking forward to chatting with the audience at screenings. I think this is the future of independent filmmaking, bringing back the humanity. Getting people together, where they can talk and have shared experiences. Send me a message if you want a screening in your town.

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Screen Australia & ABC – Diversity & Inclusion is a Racist & Sexist ideology.

‘It’s time {again} to hear our own voices, see out own landscapes and dream our own dreams’ Philip Adams quote to PM John Gorton in the late 1960’s. It marked the start of film industry funding in Australia. I was lucky enough recently to ride a motorcycle around Australia. It gave me a great insight […]

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Creativity and Storytelling in Filmmaking

When digital video cameras became affordable in the mid 1990’s, I came across a book by filmmaker Robert Rodriguez which featured a segment called ’10 minute Film School’ He suggested learn how to do everything – script writing, camera, editing, the works. I liked the idea so I bought a video camera and started shooting […]

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Interview with Travel Filmmaker, Mark Shea of Overlander.tv

Here is a short segment from an interview I did recently about what motivates me to make travel videos. To hear in full interview (20 minutes)

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Medicina Guatemalteca Mujeres – Plantas Medicinales Pt 4

Part 4 of a 20 part series on the identification of medicinal healing plants in Guatemala. Spanish Language with English explanation. If anyone wishes to translate this to english, please contact me Parte 4 de una serie de 20 partes sobre la identificación de plantas curativas medicinales en Guatemala. Lengua española con explicación en inglés. […]

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Aboriginal Rock Art Petroglyths – Burrup Peninsula

A short video about Murujuga on the Burrup Peninsula, near Karratha, which has the oldest and largest collection of rock art petroglyths in the world. Since the 1960’s, the Western Australian government have earmarked the Peninsula as an industrial zone, destroying much of the art work. Recent studies have found the remaining rock art is […]

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