Posts in Travel
Doug Allan - Frozen Planet Cameraman. Top Tips for Filming Wildlife in the Arctic.

The other day, I was fortunate enough to meet Doug Allan at the Royal Geographical Society. Doug is about to receive the Second Bar for his Polar Medal. Which basically means he's spent a ridiculous amount of time in the Polar regions. He said, "If you ever go once, expect to go back. The environment is so pure, the light is incredible. It's so vast and scary, but absolutely beautiful - you can't really imagine it."

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Preview of 2011's Warren Miller Ski Film, with Chris Davenport

The trailer is one of the best I have ever seen - I can watch it on loop! The editing and production is top-notch, the soundtrack incredible and the skiing is awe-inspiring; the whole package has been brilliantly but together. No other film has made me want to go skiing more.

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Are You Talking Too Much Shit?

Being a man who writes of (and occasionally participates in) fairly masculine adventures, I thought I'd explore this concept. The inference is two-fold: if talking is girly, then solitude must be manly; and solitude results in achievement.

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Paul Merton's Adventure to Ibiza

Being a fish-out-of-water worked well in this regard: his initial awkwardness with DJ Guru turned into a really fun little segment where Merton ended up creating a new track with the eccentric genius who tells him that "Ibiza is a magnet for like-minded souls."

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Adventure Film Festival 2011

Whether you’re looking for inspiration, challenge, wonder or emotion; snow, or rock; fire-engine or bicycle; there’s something for everyone at the Adventure Film Festival 2011. So jump on the website and see what’s showing near you. Some of these films may never be shown publicly again, so catch them whilst you can!

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Documentary Promo

It's been a long road to get here, but things are finally coming together. I'm extremely positive about this, as the BBC's early interest is a good sign they are looking to commission it. There's not much more I can do, now, except wait for the decision. And keep fingers, toes and shoelaces tightly crossed!

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5 Indians Who Have Influenced YOUR Life