My name is Nick. I am a filmmaker based in Sydney. I work with brands and agencies around the world to create video content.
I love to travel, meet like minded people and create content that inspires others to travel
I would love to visit Iceland
Shooting promotional videos in New Zealand for Kiwi Experience
Broaden your horizons
Thanks Ian! Had to travel light for this one so it was all shot on a blackmagic 6k pro and a 18-35mm lens! The festival sent me around to shoot a lot of the sights and geysers as well which was a blast.. Really hard to condense 3 days + into 1 minute, a... show more
I Travelled to Iceland Airwaves last year for my first trip post Aus-lockdown to shoot the after movie for Iceland Airwaves. A perfect mix of my favourite things - music, travel and culture weaved together to create an unforgettable week.
Over the past year, the global travel industry has been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, with widespread travel restrictions and a decrease in consumer demand leading to a significant drop in tourism. This has also had a major impact on the world of travel blogging, with many bloggers finding it difficult to continue their travels and document their experiences for their followers. Before the pandemic, travel blogging was a popular and lucrative activity for many people. Bloggers would travel to different destinations, document their experiences through writing, photography, and video, and share their content on social media and their own websites. Some bloggers even turned their passion for travel into a full-time career, working with travel brands and creating sponsored content. However, with the onset of the pandemic and the resulting travel restrictions, many bloggers found themselves unable to continue their travels as they had before. Many were forced to cancel their plans...
Hey guys, I've been a fulltime traveller for almost five years now; leaving behind a career in finance and IT sales. Being a traveller on either side of the pandemic meant a lot of things...good and bad. One definite con has been the increasing price of accommodation, specifically related to Airbnb. When I first began roaming the world in 2019, Airbnb was my default option for places to stay, and it worked well. Lots of supply. Reasonable prices. Reliable. Safe. Since the pandemic, it's just not a viable long-term solution. So here's how I overcame the challenge of finding a reasonably priced alternative to Airbnb: 1. Often the same accommodation is also listed on booking.com. Compare to see if you can save on costs. 2. Try and contact the owner directly to see if there's an opportunity to save by paying cash in hand. Note: I've had mixed experiences with this one. 3. It's funny how many hosts know other hosts! If you've connected well with your host - find out who their fr...
A quick poll for people planning to visit a new country this year. 🌍 What country are you planning to explore, and why? ✅ You haven't visited before (you'll be adding a new country to your list). 👉 Bonus points for slow travel or undertourism destinations!