(hit play then pause to make sure it loads all the way before watching :)
To be blatantly honest with you, I don't know what my future in motion is yet, but each time I make a road trip video -- it makes me feel alive.
Within the first 10 minutes of the climb we had reached a flat area that overlooked the mountains and I yelled out "wait!!" to Jose. I asked him to walk ahead so I could get some photos of him. But after a few frames he smirked and responded with "you know, this isn't a photoshoot." Thank you very much Mr. Vidal. But little did he realize I was also taking VIDEO. Who's thanking me now? :)
I think one of the main reasons I love making road trip films is because I see them as mini movies of adventure. I film and edit so that others can be a part of that adventure. I know I've said this before, but that's why growing up I use to dream about working for Nike or Gatorade. Their commercials made me feel alive -- like I went through that adventure with them. Or that I wanted to run 10 miles with gatorade dripping down my temples and the perfect piece of music jolting me forward. I know... so dramatic. Story-of-my-life.
I hope my videos make some of you feel alive :)