Yesterday afternoon I posted the video I produced, directed, wrote, edited, shot b-roll for, and hosted for MapQuest about Disney Cruise Line’s Halloween on the High Seas celebration. Within 18 hours, it had more than 50,000 views.
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Kilauea volcano on Hawaii’s Big Island is on a path to destroy the town of Pahoa, home to 950 people. I visited the volcano in 2011 with Photo Safari Hawaii, on assignment for Air Canada’s enRoute. My article explores what it’s like to take a photo lesson on an active volcano. The videos show a little slice of life there—especially the last one, which is of a local resident explaining life on the volcano. At the end of the post is a gallery of photos from my lesson.
Just realized I never shared this video here of me riding Circus Circus’s El Loco roller coaster. It’s from a visit to Las Vegas I made earlier this year. I had a GoPro camera strapped to my chest, with another one mounted to the ride.
Photo: Courtesy Anoka Halloween
Derby Home Rental LLC, my business that helps Louisville, Kentucky-area homeowners rent out their homes for the weekend of Kentucky Derby, just increased its social media presence. We’re now on
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Remember when I asked for questions about taking a Disney Cruise? Well, I got some. And I answered them, as you do. My article was just published on MapQuest:
Pappy Van Winkle comes out soon, but my interview with Julian Van Winkle III for MapQuest is probably the closest you’ll get to it. So read the interview.
One their own, each of “Transparent’s” subplots is fascinating and worth watching. But taken as a whole, there’s just too much going on and the show comes off as a bit forced. Consider it the opposite of “Downton Abbey,” where very little takes place (Dinner! Breakfast! Dinner again!), no plot is worthy of your time, and you suspect the entire series was written over a single afternoon tea.
A belated but heartfelt thank you to Andi Fisher at Misadventures with Andi for featuring me as her Tuesday Traveler a few weeks back: