50 Videos featuring travel information on cities or regions. To see playlist of all videos, click on playlist link in the top left hand corner of video player.
40 Videos featuring tours and adventure activities from around the world. To select an individual video, click on playlist link in the top left hand corner of video player, and scroll down to make a selection.
I’ve been producing travel video content for over 10 years. I’m feeling the need to do more than just production. I wish to help others, video producers and tourism business, realize the full potential of travel content.
I’ve been working on something very big that I have been researching since I have been traveling.
I wish to develop two websites that will team travel videos, tourism business and video producers.
Overlander.tv will team destination and tourism business profile videos with a tourism booking engine for flights, hotels, tours, car rentals and travel insurance
2minprofile.com will allow tourism business to find local video producers to produce tried and tested business profile videos.
Both sites will work in together, with 2minprofile providing videos for overlander.tv
To fully understand the alchemic magic of video and tourism, read google’s recent study
Los Angeles is the world’s entertainment capital. Local filmmaker Anton Seim talks about the city of dreams.
The first of what will be a series of interviews with people living the travel dream, traveling the world and making money as they do it!
Travel Blogging –
I meet up with Samuel Jeffery of http://nomadicsamuel.com/, a Canadian currently teaching in South Korea, who over the last 11 months has built up his travel blog to where it earns anything from $2000 to $6000 USD a month. I ask him what his secrets are and he reveals some interesting tips.
I don’t pay enough attention to my blinkx channel, it’s like the well performing student the teacher leaves alone because they get the work done.
Blinkx, the world’s largest and most advanced video search engine performs just as well in ad revenue for overlander.tv as does youtube, and minus the hassles such as getting videos flagged.
So Blinkx, I promise to pay you more attention, to never mention youtube in a video again, and to understand that I make travel videos, not youtube travel videos. The space is always changing as are the players!
I speak with Evan and Rachel of http://www.youtube.com/user/evannrachel
They are expat American’s who have been living and teaching in South Korea for the last two years.
We talk about the process of making travel videos and I ask them why they decided to start
At the start of my round the world travel video adventure I made a video talking about the 7 things I wanted to achieve on my trip. 9.5 mths in I look back on what I have achieved. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6VgzCP2pE44
The seven goals were:
*To see the world
*To film the world
*To get paid to film the world
*To get fit
*To find a traveling partner
*To make a difference
*To find a home
And what have I learnt from my travels, to observe and not react, that my view of the word is determined by the way I was brought up and the culture I was raised in. And most importantly, ‘Without people you are nothing!’
Music: Lerax by Re-Drum, Album: It’s Better to Burn Out Than To Fade Away
Features quotes from:
The The – Slow Emotion Replay http://youtu.be/7epsKzky3aI
Joe Strummer – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VTNDPPb4224
An introduction to overlander.tv’s travel videos curated by travel filmmaker Mark Shea. These 10 videos represent my favourite locations and interviews from around the world.
I’m heading up the river, deep into the jungle. In search of my own heart of darkness. I have cut all ties with society, my home land.
I am free, but unsure what to do with that freedom. And this is an interesting conundrum for those wanting to live the dream of the travel lifestyle. So I want to explore this in my videos, examine the realities of living a lifestyle where one is not tied to place or job.
Now the real adventure starts, deep in the Borneo jungle, the true nature of man is revealed. I’ve made contact with the local Iban people, an indigenous tribe who in the past were headhunters.
Tomorrow I visit one of the last remaining Shaman chiefs, living traditionally in a village longhouse.
“Lacking an external focus, the mind turns inward on itself and creates problems to solve, even if the problems are undefined or unimportant. If you find a focus, an ambitious goal that seems impossible and forces you to grow, these doubts disappear.” (Tim Ferris)