Category: U.S.A.

Miami Beach Fashion – a Magical Musical Tour!

Paris, Milan, Miami….you ain’t seen fashion, till you’ve spent a night wandering the Miami Beach Boardwalk! Ostentatious, skimpy, bling are but some words to describe the myriad of colours and shapes one will experience. make sure you watch this one to the very end…I’ve put in a little surprise!! music: LMFAO – I’m in Miami […]

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Michigan Urban farming Initiative – Greening of Detroit Interview

The raw interview I did with Pinky Jones about Detroit and MIUFI, the Michigan Urban Farming Initiative. Pinky is the farm manager at MIUFI and discusses how Detroit has changed and why it needs urban gardens. This will feature in a bigger video feature I will do on Detroit. See Pinky’s $3000 two story, 6 […]

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BEST DIVE BAR IN THE USA, South Boston

South Boston has traditionally been the part of Boston where Irish Immigrants settled. It is now going through quite a gentrification process as new condominiums are forcing up prices in what in the past has been a rough part of town. Irish gangsters such as James “Whitey” Bulger, who was on the FBI’s Ten Most […]

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Las Vegas EPIC Pool Party, World’s biggest Gentlemen’s Club

Some footage from an afternoon at Sapphire Pool and Day Club, Las Vegas, the world’s largest gentlemen’s club! – America’s new Silicon Valley 😉 Music – dj Marky Mark mix – Praga Khan – Breakfast In Vegas (1999) Gershon Kingsley – Popcorn Song (1969) Dizzee Rascal – Holiday (2009) For business enquiries only email Subscribe […]

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Bourbon Street, New Orleans – Audio-Visual Exploration

There is really no other place in America like New Orleans and Bourbon Street is it’s open air party street. I tried to capture Bourbon Street in it’s entirety, the huge crowds, the drinking on the streets, the strippers, the spruikers, the bars, the costumes, the drunks. A sensual, sleazy visceral barrage on the senses. […]

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American Entrepreneurs – Cleveland Cyclewerks

I recently traveled the States for four months doing documentary stories at 13 different locations. This is a project I may not be uploading in it’s entirety on youtube, but I’d like to share some of the interviews I did with local entrepreneurs. I speak with Scott Colosimo from Cleveland Cyclewerks. A design student who […]

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American Entrepreneurs – Tennessee Moonshine

I recently traveled the States for four months doing documentary stories at 13 different locations. This is a project I may not be uploading in it’s entirety on youtube, but I’d like to share some of the interviews I did with local entrepreneurs. Billy Kaufman talks about setting up Short Mountain Distillery, bringing real moonshine […]

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New Orleans Second Line Dancing & Brass Bands

I met Carolyn Dancey-Pants in a pub in New Orleans. She introduced me to New Orleans own dance style; Second Line Dancing. On any Sunday one can find a Brass Band in New Orleans knocking out a tune to a grateful audience. ‘Click here for travel insurance’ For business enquiries only email Subscribe to our […]

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Living off Grid in the High Desert, Taos, New Mexico

Jeanne SuperTramp is a traveler, and after a lifetime on the road, she decides to lay roots. But not so much in a traditional way. Jeanne bought a cheap block of land in the high desert sage bush country of Two Peaks, just out of Taos, New Mexico. All houses in this area are off […]

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Detroit – Why the Shit Hit the Fan and How Art may Save it!

Jon Chezick of Detroit Experience Factory talks about why the shit hit the fan in Detroit and how art, in the form of the Heidelberg Project, is bringing tourism, artists and art education back to Detroit. The Heidelberg Project is actively engaged in three main areas. Art and Education: We work to ensure students continue […]

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