In the fall of 2014 six young and motivated people from Belgium and the Netherlands flew halfway across the globe to participate in a two-month immersion workshop in the principles of Permaculture and sustainable agriculture, in cooperation with a local ngo and a few agricultural initiatives in Isabela province. We lived and worked among the local inhabitants and definitely enjoyed our time with the friendly Filipinos, both at work and in our spare time discovering the incredibly beautiful Luzon island. Footage shot in Cabiao, San Mateo, Divilacan, Quezon, Marinduque, Mayoyao, Baler, Santiago, Ilagan and Palaui Island.
Shot with canon 550D 18-55mm and gopro 3+ silver edition
Music: Red Eyes – The War on Drugs
From the moment I walked out of my door until I arrived back on my doorstep 40 days later this incredible hitchhiking adventure has been a blast. I cannot describe my experiences by any means, but I can give you some impressions. Enjoy!
Three-Sixty selfies are fun. Especially if you take 1406 of them, put them behind each other and speed things up. During my hitchhiking adventure I found myself in many beautiful places so I tried to capture some of these moments. The backgrounds in the video show over 60 different places, among others Venice, Oslo, Krakow, Helsinki, Madrid, Riga, Ostrava, Aland, Stockholm, Lyon, Copenhagen and Berlin.
This video shows some of the places where I found shelter during my hitchhike trip around Europe. It demonstrates that all you need is a tent and the will to put yourself out there to be able to travel cheaply for an indefinite amount of time. Through freecamping and urban camping I never worried about where I’d end up at night. Because any place will do.
In february 2014 three guys went to visit Rotterdam and decided to make an awesome video about their adventure. Their journey led them around some of the architectural highlights of the city which became the stage for an epic battle to the death. Fight!
All footage shot handheld with Canon 550D. Postproduction done in Adobe Premier Pro cs6.
This video shows some impressions from the time me and a friend / fellow student spent in Mozambique doing field work for our mastersthesis in Urbanism and spatial planning, as well as from a trip we made to South Africa and Swaziland. During our 2 month stay in Maputo we found ourselves in a lot of different situations. One day interviewing slum inhabitants living under the 1$/day poverty line, the next lunching with Mozambican top officials in a fancy restaurant in order to obtain some useful official information.
We didn’t get everything done we wanted. On the other hand we had the chance to experience the real Mozambique, the kindness of people who had nothing, the smiles of children screaming to get their picture taken.
We smiled ourselves, learned some Portuguese, broadened our horizon and truly experienced the worlds inequality.
Since this is the first video I ever made I apologize for the often strange transitions and shaky footage, time to invest in a tripod ;)
This video was made with the following equipment:
Canon eos 550D
Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS II
Canon EF-S 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS
Canon EF 50mm F1.8 II